Austro-Hungarian M95


Sling on this gun was made by Steyr for their Mausers
Austrian with Stutzen stock and carbine rear sling swivel



 
 

Correct bayonet for this gun marked with the Austrian Eagle and CEWG


Czech M95 with carbine stock, this type of carbine was used by the Russian Navy


Marking on the receiver of  Czech model


Rear sight on carbine or Stutzen model


M95 Stutzen used by the Austrian Navy with two sets of sling attachment points
shown with a Bulgarian M95 leather sling



 

Grain in this stock is different than anything I have seen before.
Looks like Ash


Note the difference in the blood groove on the two bayos
this one is marked with the Hungarian crest


This is an Austrian bayonet that originaly was an NCO bayonet that had the
quillion removed, note hole for lanyard loop



 
 

This is a Hungarian bayo that was a Czech capture


Czech markings S lion 5 and is dated 18 for 1918 FGGY



 
 

NCO bayonet


Austrian NCO