Steyr M95 photo thread

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Steyr M95 photo thread

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Anybody want to show their M95? I'll get it started...
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one from my bunch of M95 short rifles. That's fine because it was hidden for 100 years. When the old family house from my wife's family reconstructed it showed up. I have photos before cleaning also.
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M67 wrote:
Sat Jul 22, 2017 5:37 am
one from my bunch of M95 short rifles. That's fine because it was hidden for 100 years. When the old family house from my wife's family reconstructed it showed up. I have photos before cleaning also.
Hello, So glad you are back... Is there anyway you can post some info & photos on those metal magazine pouches.. I have had wonderful thoughts of those
for Months.. Moocho thanks

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I have a lot of Austro-Hungarian military equipment related to the Mannlicher rifles.
But I assumed that is better to open another independent topic.
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Awesome collection of accessories there M67. I need to dig my Styer out and post a picture of it. Great rifles so far in this post.
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These are my two Steyrs

Both Austrian and both 8x56R
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