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. The left side of receiver is marked P. 7382, the same number repeated on the barrel, bolt, and bottom of the magazine. Competion sticker near muzzle dated 1951. Ownership marking on reciever as imaged. Walnut stock. Metal buttplate. Leather sling.
Bern, 1911, Swiss Military Rifle, P7382, I-1149
VG+ arsenal reblue with fading and handling marks as photographed. Dull bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. A classic and early Swiss military rifle.