In today’s Photos Of The Day we are taking a look at a WWII German Mauser K98 sniper rifle. The Mauser K98 became the standard service rifle of the German Army in 1935. Chambered in 7.92×57mm Mauser they seem to have a possible effective range of over 1,000 meters if equipped with a telescopic sight, and about half of that with iron sights.
Rare, clean, authentic, all matching, WWII German Mauser K98 Sniper rifle. Thanks to CS Arms in Upperville, Virginia for letting me shoot some of their inventory. IG @cinematicarms
The result of the photo shoot can be seen below:
For more history, check the “Custom Lugers: Håkan Spuhr’s Weird Relation to Old Luger Pistols” and “450 Express Double Rifle and a Sticking Knife” articles. The Karlsborg Fortress & Remington M/1867 Rolling Blocks is not to be missed either.
Photo and caption credits: Francis Torres @cinematicarms on Instagram.