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    Default Help with Belgian Mauser 1889

    I have recently inherited a few military rifles and need some help narrowing down what some of them are and what they are worth.
    From what I have been able to gather so far this is a Belgian Mauser 1889 it is in really good condition with the exception of the rear sight being gone. It seems like all the parts have matching numbers as well. I will have some pictures below.

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    From what I can see it appears your have a nice military virgin there. Numrich gun parts list all the sight replacement parts on their site. Go to and noodle around in the shop by manufacture pages.

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