What caliber is a M24 47?

M24 series
Manufacturer Kragujevac Arsenal (Zastava Arms)
Cartridge 8x57mm IS
Caliber 7.9mm

Do they still make Mauser rifles?

Today, large- and small-bore Mauser-derived rifles are made all over the world for the civilian market and are popular with hunters.

What caliber is a ww2 Mauser?

7.920 mm
Mauser Kar98k Rifle

Country of Origin Germany
Type Rifle
Caliber 7.920 mm
Capacity 5 rounds
Length 1,110.000 mm

How many bullets does a Mauser gun have?

Mauser C96
Feed system 10-round internal magazine fed by stripper clip 10- or 20-round detachable box magazine (M712 Schnellfeuer and detachable magazine variants) 20- or 40-round magazine (prototype M1917 trench carbine)
Sights V-notch rear tangent sight adjustable up to 1,000 m (1,100 yd), inverted V front sight

What happened to the Mauser M24/47?

A lot of these rifles were churned out of the Kragujevac Arsenal—now renamed “Zastava”—continuing into the early ’50s. However, as the newer standard-issue Mauser M48 became readily available, most of the reconfigured M24/47 battle rifles saw little use.

What kind of rifle is the M24 47?

– C & R Eligible The M24/47 is a Yugo military rifle based on the same Mauser design as the Gewehr 98. The Yugo rifles have a slightly shorter, intermediate length receiver, and uses a straight bolt handle rather than the bent handle common to German Mauser rifles (though some of these rifles may come with a bent handled M48 bolt).

What is a Zastava M24 47 Yugoslavian Mauser rifle worth?

What is a ZASTAVA M24 47 YUGOSLAVIAN MAUSER Rifle Worth? A ZASTAVA M24 47 YUGOSLAVIAN MAUSER rifle is currently worth an average price of $431.25 used . The 12 month average price is $431.25 used.

How accurate are the M24/47 iron sights?

Shooting proved a pleasant revelation, as the iron sights were surprisingly precise and the M24/47 shot easily into 3-4-inches at 100 metres with the bar set to 300 metres. The rear V and front blade proving fine enough to place precisely.