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    Exceptional Swiss ZFK31/55 Straight Pull Sniper Rifle with Scope and Scope Case - Serial no. 4531, 7.5 mm Swiss
cal., 25 inch round bbl., blue finish, beech stock. Manufactured 1955-1958, the ZFK31/55 is a derivative of the K31 rifle configured for
precision long range shooting that is complete with its matching 3.5X sniper scope. Reportedly 4,150 were produced in total. Blade front and tangent
rear sights, with a combined flash hider and bayonet lug unit integrated into the sight, “Swiss Cross and Shield” engraved on the receiver ring, and a set of integrally forged scope
bases on the left side of the receiver. Matching serial numbers visible on the barrel, receiver, bolt, and underside of the handguard. The magazine is non-matching numbered “4539” on bottom along with “Zf.Kar.”, denoting use with a scoped rifle, and the scope is marked with non-matching number “4111” above “KERN AARAU/V=3.5/(view angle symbol)=75 0/00”. The scope has a three-post reticle and is
fitted with a set of integral claw bases. Smooth pistol grip beech stock, with a folding bipod just ahead of the magazine well, forearm grooves, checkered wrist, flat buttplate, and fitted with a brown
leather Swiss sling. Import marked on the bottom of the barrel. Includes a scope case numbered “4111” on the lid to match the scope.
CONDITION: Excellent, retains 90% plus original blue finish with some scattered mild handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few light handling marks, and distinct edges and grasping
grooves. Mechanically excellent. The scope is also excellent, retains 99% original blue finish with scattered patches of light freckling, and crisp clear optics.
This BSA manufactured No. 4 Mk I (T) Enfield sniper rifle is fitted with a No. 32 Mk 3 scope and mount. “M47/1943/AK1335/TR” marked on the left of the
stock socket. The comb of the stock has a hardwood cheekpiece held on with two wood screws. Standard blade front sight and absent rear sight. Matching serial
number “AK1335” marked on the bolt handle and “1335” stamped twice on the bottom of the forend. The scope tube is marked “TEL.STG.No 32 Mk 3/OS.2039A.(logo)No19384” and
also has a red painted “W” and a blue painted “B”, with the standard post and cross-hair reticle pattern, and fitted in a cast scope mount matching serial numbered “G31222” on the left. The
matching number to the scope “19384” is stamped on top of the buttstock at the wrist (below two other crossed out numbers), and “S51” is stamped on the bottom of the buttstock indicating conversion by
Holland & Holland. Includes a period brown leather sling, reproduction brown leather scope lens covers, and cleaning rope in the butt compartment.
CONDITION: Very fine, retains 75% plus wartime arsenal applied dull blue finish with a few small areas of light pitting and traces of black painted finish. The wood is also very fine with defined edges, some light handling marks, and crisp stampings. Mechanically excellent. The scope and mount are both very fine with some light spotting on the tube and clear optics.
Estimate: 3,500 - 5,500
LOT 3529
Czech Military vz.54 Bolt Action Sniper Rifle with Scope - Serial no. G1965, 7.62x54 R cal., 27
3/4 inch round bbl., blue finish, hardwood stock. Introduced in 1954 for use by the Czech Army as a sniper rifle, the
vz.54 was only made until 1957 and saw limited use before being phased out in favor of the Dragunov SVD. The heart of the weapon
is a Mosin-Nagant 91/30 receiver, which has been built up into a precision sniper rifle with a free floating barrel. Hooded post front and tangent rear sights,
with the latter graduated to 1,200 meters (50 meter increments up to 700 meters), with an angled dovetail scope rail installed on the left side of the receiver. “57” dated on the receiver, with
the matching serial number “G1965” marked on the receiver, bolt trigger guard, floorplate and stock, and “E4863” marked on the scope base. The bolt is factory turned and lengthened, with the head slotted to double as a wrench for the scope bolts. The scope itself is fixed power with integral windage/elevation knobs, marked “yal/2,5x6(degree)P” above “F0567” and a logo on top, with an integral rail, rubber eyepiece and leather/wood end caps. Fitted with a smooth pistol grip stock, with a canvas sling.
CONDITION: Very fine, with 90% plus arsenal refurbished blue/black finishes, with some scattered patches of mild pitting visible underneath the finish. Counterbored 1 1/2 inches at the muzzle. The stock is also very fine, with some scattered light dings and scratches. The scope is excellent with clear and crisp optics. Mechanically excellent.
  Estimate: 4,500 - 6,500
LOT 3528
World War II British BSA No. 4 Mk I (T) Enfield Bolt Action Sniper Rifle with Matching Numbered Scope - Serial no. AK1335, 303 British cal., 25 inch round bbl., blue/black finish, hardwood stock.
   294 Estimate: 4,000 - 6,000
LOT 3527

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