General Information & Facts Pertaining To The German Model 1888 Commission Rifle
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Thanks for the add to the group! I recently picked up a Gew 88 at an auction. It has a Lowe Berlin receiver marked 1891. The bolt group numbers match with the firing pin clipped. The rest of the rifles major components match except for the barrel bands. It has a plug in the breach and at the muzzle. It is in pretty good condition. Wondering if I should leave it alone or unplug it and make it operational. I'd rather do the latter. As piece of history do I leave the barrel alone and find another? Thanks for the input.