Full length view of rifle, note tha it is essentially an export-pattern Gew98.
View of action area, bolt side.
View of receiver.
Note the lange-vizier sight.
Note the 1904 style heavy cocking piece and the flap on the bolt stop forming part of the charger clip guide, similar to that found on the 1909 Argentine Mauser.
Note the receiver markings indicating manufacture by Mauser Oberndorf.
Note that the barrel and the lange-vizier sight are both serialized.
ote the Peruvian national crest and the "Mauser Original" rollstamp.
Typically the bolt would match the rifle, this bolt is not serialized and is likely a replacement.
Top of rear receiver bridge. Note the bolt stop forms part of the charger guide.
Rear view of action.
Note the Mauser Banner stock cartouche and the Peruvian acceptance cartouche of intertwined laurels.
Note position of markings in relation to the stock disc.
Note the serial number on the underside of the buttstock and the Peruvian inspection cartouche.
Note that the mag well and the mag floorplate are both serialized.
Note the MauserWerke marking on the underside of the wrist.