Classic W J Jeffery safari rifles-From left, the .333, .404 & .500 Jeffery sporting rifles. This complete set above are all built on Magnum Mauser actions and are the No. 1 Model I am quite sure that many a sporting rifle collector can put 2 of the 3 classic W. J. Jeffery safari rifles on a table but not many out there can make up the whole set to include the mighty .500J! Jeffery only made a handful of these rifles pre war.
Springfield M1903A4 (sniper) Rifle with a M84 Scope - An American clip-loaded, 5-shot, bolt-action service rifle used primarily during the first half of the 20th century. After Korean War, some numbers of them remained in USMC sniper use as late as the Vietnam War.
Remington M1917 Rifle - This Remington M1917 rifle was likely manufactured on the first day of production. With a low serial number of 137, this .30-‘06 bolt-action was the 2nd gun purchased by the NRA Museum. This piece has 2 brothers with the same serial number, as the 3 factories that made the Model 1917; Winchester in CT & 2 Remington facilities in NY & PA, all began serializing from No. 1 upwards. Winchester M1917, SN 1 was presented to President Woodrow Wilson. NRA Museum in Fairfax…
SAUER 202 Forest - For those searching for precision in every detail, there is no way to overlook the SAUER 202. It is the perfect symbiosis of high tech and handwork and is a sovereign statement of superior value. www.sauer.de/en/products/bolt-action-rifles/s-202/s-202-forest-en/features.html