[56] The FN Model 24 in 7×57mm was also exported to Costa Rica around 1935. 1938) Waffenfabrik Brünn. natürlich hängt es auch davon ab wie … [5] The Belgian and Congolese forces also received some .30-06 new-production Mle 24/30 (aka Mle 50) carbines. longer. Gauge. Lauf innen spiegelblank. 1938) Waffenfabrik Brünn. [45] Others sources state 7,000 were bought before 1932 and were used during the Chaco War. 4170. 8*68S. NATO, 7.62 mm. [32][33], During the 1930s[34] or after the war,[35] Haiti ordered Model 24/30 short rifles in .30-06 Springfield. Seitliche Hülsenbeschriftung in Farsi „Langes Gewehr M 1317“ (Moslemische Jahreszahl = Mod. Items in the Worthopedia® are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs. [46], The Imperial Persian Army bought some FN Mle 24 short rifles at the end of the 1920s. [47], During the late 1930s, Peru ordered FN 24/30. Mauser. Military and commercial Mauser parts. They are similar to the Czech vz. The press catch is at the 9 O'clock position. Themenstarter 8*68S; Beginndatum 15 Apr 2004; 8. NATO caliber G3 selective-fire rifle. After the war, some training carbines Mle 24 in .22 Long Rifle were produced for the Belgian Army, the Belgian Navy and the colonial Force Publique. The Farsi marking indicates that this example was supplied by (or smuggled in from) Iran. Knife bayonet for use on the AKM variant of the 7.62 mm. [30], Needing more rifles during the interwar period, Greece bought more than 75,000 FN Model 24/30 short rifles between 1930 and 1939. [17], In the early 1930s, Colombia bought FN Model 24 and 30 rifles in 7×57mm Mauser. Kalashnikov AK47 assault rifle. [31] These rifles were used during the Greco-Italian War, the German invasion, the Greek Resistance. [61], Yugoslav Rifle Model 1924, from the collections of the, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Confusing Terminology: The 24/30 FN Mauser", "Une carabine calibre d'entraînement belge Mauser, calibre .22LR", "Uphold Democracy 1994: WWII weapons encountered", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=FN_Model_24_and_Model_30&oldid=981437465, World War II military equipment of Yugoslavia, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from January 2019, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from January 2013, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 October 2020, at 09:24. This example was brought back from Iraq in 2009. [21][22] They were fielded during the Italian invasion. Knife bayonet for use on the 7.62 mm. Please note: we no longer accept orders over the phone. Curio & Relic Long Gun. New Listing WWII German 894/98 Mauser Bayonet Euf Horster 1939 Matching serial. [37] The Royal Netherlands Indies Police reportedly also used some. The crudeness and construction methods suggest Iranian manufacture. The M24 and Model 1924 are nearly identical. [59] Uruguay bought approximately 5,000 Model 24 short rifles in 7mm Mauser during the 1930s. Herstellungsnummer und Visierzahlen in Farsi, alles wie abgebildet. Alle Persien Mauser mit polierter Systemhülse sind überarbeitet, im original ausgeliefert mit poliertem Schloss und schwarzer Systemhülse. Providing parts since 1950, Numrich Gun Parts has the Mauser 98/29 Persian parts and accessories that you need. At some point, Iran began manufacturing the G3 at the State Arms Factory in Mosalsalasi. Mauser Gewehr 98/1938 Persien. [52] Saudi Arabia bought "substantial numbers" of FN rifles in 1945-1950. [38], Israel bought in the early 1950s some FN Model 30 short rifles originally in 7.92 Mauser. 15 Apr 2004 #1. hallo! [25], After the German invasion of Belgium, FN-made rifles were used by second-line German units. New-made VZ–23 bayonets exported to Persia (such as this example) had blades with a conventional edge-down profile and scabbard with a wire frog loop. Quantities of Iranian G3 rifles and bayonets have been captured in Iraq, suggesting that it could have been acquired during the Iran-Iraq War of 1980–88 or more recently smuggled into Iraq for use during the post-invasion insurgency. Many books refer to this bayonet as VZ–23 "Long." One was called Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka, or CZ. [13] The Model 30 was copied as the Type 21 rifle at the Kwantung Arsenal and Type 77 rifle (from 1937, year of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident) at the Zhejiang Iron Works. Soviet, and 5.56 mm. wide. They were clones of the Kar 98k and were later modified to fire 7.62 NATO. The confusion comes from the fact both versions were marketed at the same time in the 1930s. Auf dem Hülsenkopf das persische Hoheitszeichen. Include description. [14] All these models were used during the Chinese Civil War[15] and Second Sino-Japanese War, being still in service at the end of World War II[16] and during the Korean War. The "47" of the M-24/47 indicated the beginning of the rebuild program of 1947. $225.00. [54] Some of the Saudi rifles may have been sent to Yemen after the war.[55]. These are rare as hen’s teeth in any condition, let alone as nice as this one. This example has seen very hard use. Price $42.00 Bernardelli Model 60 Pistol Magazine .380 Auto 7 Rnd Used. All M24 series weapons are designed to accept the M-24/48 pattern bayonet. Hoosier Gun Works, Dealing in Mauser parts, 100,000 gun parts, 1200 gun stocks, 4000 magazines, 150 barrels. Mauser M1898/29 rifles in the mid-1930s. in Farsi (? Original Czechoslovakian Army VZ–23 bayonets exported to Persia (Iran) had an edge-up blade profile and scabbard with the same frog stud as the Czech VZ–22 bayonet. M49. The final additions to the M24 family were the M24/47 rifle. Sword bayonet that accompanied Czechoslovakia-manufactured Persian-contract 8 mm. 8 mm. As this was the only Czechoslovakian bayonet officially designated VZ–23, the "Long" suffix is superfluous. ", Scabbard: "ZU 4919" and "68" (painted in Farsi). [21] Both were designated Model 24 L.[41], Luxembourg ordered some Model 24/30 short rifles around 1930. These were some of the finest Mauser military rifles ever produced. Articles. $100.00. A Pahlavi crown, lion and sun crest appears near the feeding ring, as an inscription in Persian (in Nasta’liq script) on the side of its magazine giving the model and the factory name, which was in Brno. Pommel:  "9926 ?" [44], Paraguay ordered FN Mle 24/30 short rifles during the late-1930s, designated them Model 1935. The frog measures 6.75 in. These were produced by reworking existing prewar Serbian Model 24 Mausers and then refurbished with new parts at the Zastava Arms (formally Kragujevac Arsenal) plant, which was at that time under the control of the postwar communist government. Evans published an excellent and comprehensive article on G3 bayonets that is available for download at no cost. . Carbine. Amazing what you could trade for, for things from home. Save persian mauser bayonet to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. [8] A few German captured Greek Mauser were also supplied via Czechoslovakia. It was found in Iraq after the 2003 invasion that toppled Saddam Hussien. Barrel. [43], In the 1950s, Morocco bought Model 1950 carbines in .308 Winchester and .30-06. [5] After the independence as Republic of the Congo, the Congo Crisis broke. Production continued well into the Islamic Republic period. Your credit card or PayPal account will be charged. 24 rifle, featuring open sights, 8×57mm IS chambering, carbine-length barrels, hardwood stocks, and straight bolt handles. [42], In 1926 and 1927, Mexico ordered some 35,000 FN Mle 24 short rifles and carbines, chambered in 7mm Mauser. British P1853 Enfield Socket Bayonet #3116. Given the hard use exhibited by this example, it more likely was an Iraqi souvenir from the Iran-Iraq War of 1980–88. Model. [58] Romania used some FN Mle 24 short rifles. The scabbard has about 95% of the blue finish and is in very good to excellent condition. Stock. long by 2.00 in. blue. Click below to begin your paid subscription. The FN Model 24 series is a line of Mauser Gewehr 98 pattern bolt-action battle rifles produced by the Belgian Fabrique Nationale. The Iran G3 bayonet differs from the German G3 bayonet in having a double-edged blade that is 2.50 in. Auf dem Hülsenkopf das persische Hoheitszeichen. © 2020 - WorthPoint Corporation | 5 Concourse Parkway NE, Suite 2850. [19], After the war, the Force Publique of the Belgian Congo received some thousands of newly-manufactured Mle 24/30 carbines. RARE Persian VZ23 Interwar Mauser Bayonet (CZECH Export Marked) Pre-Owned. [23], Between July and December 1939, FN produced 6,500 Model 24/30 short rifles in 8mm. The G3 has been supplemented by AKM variants and clones of the Chinese clone of the U.S. M16 (go figure). Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. [21] They were known as Model 1930. Gesamtlänge 124 cm, Lauflänge 74 cm, Gesamtlänge des Bajonetts mit Scheide 55 cm, Kaliber 8x57 IS, staatlich beschossen. 15 Apr 2004 #1. Nicht überarbeitete Arsenalwaffe, wurde nicht ausgegeben. All. [34] They were kept in reserve storage in the 1990s. M24 series rifles were used by the Royal Yugoslav Army and by nearly all sides during World War II in Yugoslavia. This bayonet was made in Romania, as evidenced by the Romanian serial number on both bayonet and scabbard. The blade appears to be orginal and has not been sharpened and is in excellent condition.