1916 Mauser Kit .308WIN w/ Wood Stock

1916 Mauser Kit .308WIN with Wood Stock

Part Number: RI0352 Manufacturer: NA Manufacturer Part Number: NA UPC: NA
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  • Description

    1916 Mauser Kit .308WIN with Wood Stock

    Wood Stock

    • Poor condition
    • Cracks or missing pieces guaranteed
    • May/may not have metal hardware
    • May have burn marks

    Barreled Action

    • Varying amounts of rust and pitting where stock covered
    • Some have 'Guardia Civil' Crest stamped on action (no guarantee)
    • Trigger assembly attached to action


    • Included with bolt handle
    • No firing pin

    Small Parts

    • Trigger guard/magazine housing
    • (2) barrel bands
    • Front and rear sight parts
    • (2) mounting screws
    • Misc metal parts for stock

    Extra or duplicated metal parts okay to keep


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  • Reviews

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    Received my kit as described in offer, and by previous reviewers. Lucked out by receiving a good wood stock with minimal damage, other than obvious acetelene torch burns around the trigger guard / magazine. Was able to sand burn marks down to good wood. Missing essential small parts such as bolt extractor, magazine well follower and spring, receiver screws, bolt release parts, cleaning rod and handguard. Handguards no longer available from most suppliers so I will fabricate one from another Mauser. Receiver is scrubbed SCW. Sourced most missing parts from Numrich. Found original sling on eBay. Will make a good wall hanger when finished and re-stained, but not a shooter. A good project gun, but requires additional money to complete.
    good start to a 1916 mauser. mine came with a stock that was broken in two pieces. it was missing the extractor, ejector, upper handguard, all pins, all springs except the firing pin spring. it was also missing the magazine follower and spring. it had a broken firing pin in the bolt but it was described as not having one so I expected it. the trigger was broken in mine. with that being said the action itself and barrel were in good condition. they did require a good cleaning and some polishing but the barrel has a good bore. A little less than expected but a good start for the money.
    Nice bore, cracked receiver. Sight bases are not indexed correctly (will need to be re soldered). Nearly all springs and pins are missing. No follower or follower spring. Firing pin was there, but missing the tip. Extractor claw was also missing. Stocks were better than expected, no breaks in the wrist, just chunks missing from the heel. Metal is in good condition, no major rust, just filthy. No crests on my examples. All in all, for the price, it gets 3 stars. But don't expect to receive a barreled action you can just throw parts at. If you need parts for another rifle, or are pretty handy you could possibly make a shooter from these. Be sure to check head space, I seriously doubt anyone has checked these, and if the receiver is cracked there is no recourse.
    Overall this is a nice kit, however be prepared to spend more money on essential parts and sourcing small parts such as screws and pins. Also be prepared to fix major breaks and splits in the stock, or be willing just to buy an all new stock. I would most definitely make this purchase again. Just for the joy of being able to bring this rifle back to life, and i can't wait to have this rifle be a fully functioning firearm. If i have only one complaint it would be that the description doesn't do justice how beat up these are But nothing a novice firearm tinkerer couldn't handle.

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    Question:Is this a large or small ring model? - David (06/18/2018)
    Response:Small ring.