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Mannlicher Modell 1895

Infantry Repeating-Rifle M95

Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95

     
Název:
Name:
Mannlicher Modell 1895
Originální název:
Original Name:
Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95
Kategorie:
Category:
opakovací puška
Výrobce:
Producer:
DD.MM.1896-DD.MM.1918 Oesterreichische Waffenfabriks-Gesellschaft, Steyr /
DD.MM.1897-DD.MM.1917 Fegyver- és Gépgyár, Csepel /
DD.MM.1918-DD.MM.1920 Zbrojovka Brno, Brno /
Technické údaje:
Technical Data:
 
Hmotnost nenabité zbraně:
Weight Unloaded:
3.78 kg
Ráže:
Calibre:
8 mm
Náboj:
Cartridge:
8x50 R Mannlicher
Délka:
Length:
1272 mm
Délka hlavně:
Barrel Length:
765 mm
Kapacita zásobníku:
Magazine Capacity:
5
Výkony:
Performance:
 
Rychlost střelby:
Rate of Fire:
- ran/min
Úsťová rychlost:
Muzzle Velocity:
620 m/s
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Poznámka:
Note:
varianty:
Karabiner M95a
Gewehr M95/30
Karabiner M95/30
Karabiner M95/24
Zdroje:
Sources:
de.wikipedia.org
firearmcentral.fandom.com
modernfirearms.net
https://ww2db.com/weapon.php?q=223

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Mannlicher M 1895 rifle


Technical data


Country of origin: Austria
Caliber: 8x50 mm
Magazine: integrated cartridge box.
Capacity: 5 rounds.
Magazine retention: ---.
Type of weapon: repeating, with retractable cylinder breech.
Firing mode: single shots.
Breech lock: locking teeth.
Overall length: 1270 mm.
Barrel length: 765 mm.
Weight: 3,8 kg.
Sights: sliding sights.
Manual safety: at the rear of the breech.
Stock: with forearm, wood.
Other information: In the Austro-Hungarian army it replaced the M-1886 rifle. In 1897 it was introduced into the armament of the Bulgarian army. After World War I it was used by the Austrian and Hungarian armed forces. A strip of cartridges was inserted into the cartridge box, which fell out of the gun spontaneously after the last cartridge was fired.
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Because Manlicherovka is a flint of our grandfathers, I would like to attach at least a cut with this beautiful flint.
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Repair ma ak sa'm wrong, but assuming my informácii used rifle Mannlicher M95 muníciu 8x50 R and muníciu 8x56 R was adjusted until it povojnová verzia M95/30....

source:
pl.wikipedia.org
http://world.guns.ru/rifle/rfl18-e.htm.
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I'm sure you're right, the rifle was really designed to charge 8x50R and when in the twenties was adjusted to charge 8x56R and introduced in Austria (rifle, M95/30) these guns had stamped the letter With to them, it was possible to discern from the weapons on the original charge,the weapon had a shortened barrel so the overall length was only 1 meter. Similarly, on the new charge adjusted the weapons of the Hungarian army (after 1931), but you should raženo the letter H. In Yugoslavia was then used rifle marked "Puska 7,9 mm 95/24 for mauzerovský charge 7,92x57 (the same as used mauserovky delivered from the Zbrojovka Brno). The yugoslav weapons were modified tray for charging the belt instead of the original frame and had also shortened the barrel to 580 mm.

source :
http://www.surplusrifle.com/steyrm95/index.asp
pl.wikipedia.org
www.answers.com.
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I managed to find out that the letter S embossed on the guns meant "Spitzgeschoss"so pointed a charge (the original charge had shot with kulovitě ended with a shot). I also found a picture where is a marking to see. The picture is even clear where the excavation is located.
Erroneous indication in the first post I fixed it

the image comes from the website : www.redchrome.org.
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Own photo VHÚ 30.9.12
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Own photo VHÚ 30.9.12
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Diskuse
Dear colleagues,
I have a question for firing a rifle (štucu, carbines) M 95. As can be seen from higher up the included cut weapons, stack (magacínek) with charging hub in the frame (on the difference on the bc. from syst. Mauser M 98, where when pressing the casings into the tray these vysunuly from the tape, which is then thrown away or stashed for re-use). What happened after the launch of the fifth bullets? The frame fell out the bottom of the tank (or through a hole in it)? So it looks like the cut is above written. But: Then the rifle was for field service completely desperate, you can imagine shooting in a prone position (or in the trenches) in the fall, winter, spring? It would shooters still cleaned the cap and tray and to fight them no time Wink Mannlicherovka apparently used to be the lightest rifle of the war with great accuracy and effective range, but desperately sensitive to dirt. If she had down a hole, I'm not surprised. (It sounds a little perversně, but I hope it do not read to small children.) Or maybe it was otherwise, and in the cut is missing some part? And how then cleaned up the frame after vystřelění last bullet he took to the top?.
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The frame really comes out from the bottom, on the cut, nothing is missing..
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