Rifle disassembly/reassembly has never been easier! Clean and maintain your Mauser Model 1898 – yourself. This Centerfire Rifles Assembly/Disassembly download makes it simple, thanks to author J.B. Wood's expertise, step-by-step instructions and crisp photography.
- Detailed photos show field-stripping and disassembly steps in proper order clearly illustrating the parts involved and the simple tools used
- Easy-to-understand text describes each step of disassembly and reassembly for the Mauser Model 1898
- Ideal for all skill levels—novice to expert
Note: These instructions also apply to the Mauser Model 1898, Argentine Model 1909 Rifle, Argentine Model 1909 Calvary Carbine, Argentine Model 1909 Engineer Carbine, Brazilian Model 1908 Rifle, Brazilian Model 1908 Short Rifle, Browning High-Power Rifle, Chilean Model 1912, Chinese "Chiang Kai-shek" (Mauser "Standard Model"), Colombian Model 1912 Rifle, Costa Rican Model 1910 Rifle, Czech Model 24 (VZ24), FN Supreme Mauser, German Model 98a Carbine, German Model 98b Carbine, German Model G33/40 Carbine, Interarms Mark X, Iranian Model 1930 Short Rifle, Iranian Model 1938 Rifle, Iranian Model 1949 Short Rifle, Mauser Model 1904 (Brazil, Chile, China), Mexican Model 1907, Mexican Model 1910, Mexican Model 1912, Mexican Model 1936, Paraguayan Model 1907 Rifle, Paraguayan Model 1907 Carbine, Peruvian Model 1909 Rifle, Polish Model 98a Carbine, Swedish Model 40, Turkish Model 1903 Rifle, Turkish Model 1905 Carbine, Venezuelan Model 1910 Rifle, Yugoslavian Model 1910 Rifle, Yugoslavian Model 48 Rifle.
A Note on Reassembly:
Most of the firearms covered in this book can be reassembled by simply reversing the order of disassembly, carefully replacing the parts in the same manner they were removed. In a few instances, special instructions are required, and these are listed with each gun under "Reassembly Tips."
In certain cases, reassembly photos are also provided. If there are no special instructions or photos with a particular gun, you may assume that it can just be reassembled in reverse order. During disassembly, note the relationship of all parts and springs, and lay them out on the workbench in the order they were removed. By following this procedure you should have no difficulty.