Its marked with the crest of King Carlos. This emblem has an intertwined C1 under a crown.
The Portuguese and South Africans used it in the First World War and in several colonial campaigns. The German colonial troops in East Africa also used Mauser-Vergueiro rifles, captured from the allied forces in combat during the German East Africa campaign, preferring them to its proper Mauser rifles of German origin. The Portuguese troops serving with the Portuguese Expeditionary Corps on the Western Front did not use the rifle but the Lee-Enfield instead; to avoid logistical issues.
I have not had a chance to fire this yet hopefully on Sunday
it looks ok on the surface little ding here and there there’s a little wear on the rifling near the breach only about a inch or so then its next to perfect
can anyone give me any more info on this rifle
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