Mannlicher M95 rifle adjusting toll

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Mannlicher M95 rifle adjusting toll

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Today, on the windy day I'm a little editing a variety of accessories for the Austro-Hungarian rifle M.95 Mannlicher.
I would like to present something very rare. Extremely nice and precise adjusting front sight tool for horizontal movements The step screw of the thread is very short, for very small, precise shifts left and right. In short, the pearl of the armaments Austrian empire industry manufactured more than 120 years ago, but this is from 1915, as evidenced by the markings, year and military acceptance stamp. The tool was a gift from one old gentleman! I was and am very happy!
The M95 bayonet scabbard is just for representing the size of the tool.
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That is very nice, what a great gift - thanks for sharing.

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Thanks!
Markings:
Kornverschieber f. (ur) M.95 Rep. (etier) Gewehr

On the other side: Wn (double headed Austro-Hungarian eagle) 15
it means Wien arsenal in 1915
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Wow, I have never seen one before. Do you see them alot in your area?? Or are they just that Rare..

Beautiful tool..

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Nice gift. PAX

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indy1919a4 wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 7:03 pm
Wow, I have never seen one before. Do you see them alot in your area?? Or are they just that Rare..beautiful tool..
I don,t now. Actually, I have never seen it before. Should be rare.
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According to the internet, korn verschieben means move grain.

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Cool!
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A neat,fun tool to play with. You need to do a range report on paper and show us how far each tick-mark moves the bullet strike.
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Beautiful tool! I like the precise indicators of adjustment. Congratulations!
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