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Stock is fairly plain European walnut, nicely shaped, with fine checkering, oval cheekpiece, semi-beavertail forend with Deeley latch, very slight “Roman nose” hump, horn buttplate with basket-weave pattern, and horn grip cap.
The barrels are 26” (66cm) chopper lump, with quarter rib, 1 standing, 1 folding rear sight, ramp front sight with bead. Fit with 1.5-5 Pentax in quick detachable lever mounts (mounts appear to be a well executed retro-fit).
This rifle remains in excellent condition. Paul Jaeger, Inc. imported it in 1968. I would assume that firm (probably Dietrich Apel) installed the scope. It has been hunted and shows some marks from use. There is a slight dark spot in the left barrel an inch or two ahead of the chamber, which affects nothing. The rifle is quite accurate and regulated for 220 grain RN bullets. This is a really handy gun in a most useful caliber made by one of Ferlach’s best makers. I have personally shot and hunted with this rifle for a number of years.
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