Standard configuration and matching 1911 rifle, caliber 7.5×55, with barrel length 30.7”/overall length 51.5”/6-shot detachable magazine, made 1912 to 1919, total production estimated at 127,000, with tangent rear sight graduated 1-15, straight pull bolt, detachable magazine, brass muzzle cap and metal buttplate. Ownership markings on barrel marked “C. Widmer/St. Gallen”. The left side of receiver is marked P10160, the same number repeated on the barrel and bolt. Walnut stock, military accepted, ownership marked “C. Widmer”. Metal buttplate. Correct muzzle cap. Leather sling.
Bern, 1911, Swiss Military Rifle, P10160, I-1069
VG with partially re-worked barrel, stock with numerous handling marks and stains as photographed. Bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. A classic and early Swiss military rifle.