Columbian Mauser

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    Columbian Mauser

    I picked up a Columbian Mauser (converted to 30-06) which is missing the extractor and extractor ring. What other models of Mauser actions would have they same exact part(s) for replacement? Who would have the replacement parts?

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    Jerry

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    What model Columbian rifle do you have?

    I'm pretty sure that almost any Mauser extractor collar would work in your rifle. As for the extractor, probably any Fabrique National Mauser extractor would work. ( Model of 1922 and 1924, Model 1935 and Model 0f 1950)

    You can buy Mauser parts at Sarco and the Gun Parts Company.

    And here is a link to a place that sell commerical FN parts:

    http://www.gun-parts.com/mauser/

    Please measure the length of your bolt. We have many Mausers and if you can measure the length of your bolt, we can do a few comparisons here.

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    Fluffy:

    This gun was brought in by a customer who inherited it. It has been sporterized (forearm cut off). It has the Columbian crest on the top of the receiver with a cut out to the rear of the crest which I think indicates conversion to 30.06?

    Can't find any date anywhere. Has .30 on top of rear receiver. Side of receiver says "FAB.NAT. D'ARMES de GUERRE
    HERSTAL-BELGIQUE

    SERIAL NUMBER 21651 ON BOTH BARREL AND REC,

    Total length of bolt cocked is 7 15/16
    bolt (from firing pin face to rear of bolt handle) 5 7/8

    Length of Barrel (muzzle to end of tang) 31 3/8

    Length of Barrel (muzzle to front of receiver) 22 5/8

    Diameter of bolt .700 +-.005

    Thanks for your help!

    Jerry

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    I can't find our dial calipers......

    But we do have a commercial FN Mauser action and the bolt is interchangeable with the Model 1909 Argentine and Model 1908 Brazilean Model Mausers.

    So if your FN action is like ours, for sure the Model 1909 Argentine and Model 1908 Brazilean extractors will work. Now the Model 1909 and Model 1908 were basically export versions of the German G-98. So the extractor for a German G-98 and K-98 will also work if your FN Mauser is like mine.

    When I find those calipers, I will let you know more.

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    The standard Moeld K-98 extracter will work with the model 1950. I know because I had to replace mine.
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    Thanks for all your help! Is there usually a date on these guns somewhere? This bolt is different than some of my other mauser actions in that there are two, roughly 1/4 X1/2 slots, one on each side of the ring which look into the inside of the bolt and you can see the firing pin. My other mauser bolts have no holes other than the firing pin and the disassembly at the rear end.

    Jerry

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    Those two slots are the gas relief holes that are found on 98 Mausers. Pre 98 Mausers such as the 96 Swede, 95 Chilean, 94 Brazilean and 93 Spanish Mauser do not have these two prominent gas relief holes.

    Your other Mausers are pre 98 models.
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