REDUCED from $14,000 USD.
Duane Wiebe custom switch barrel takedown rifle built on a Brazilian 1908 Mauser action in the excellent calibres of 416 Taylor and 338 Winchester magnum. Blackburn style bottom metal, burnished bolt with checkered teardrop panels on bolt handle, bright raceways and follower, rust blued and metal at 98% overall. Has a metal trap door pistol grip and a toeline cartridge trap that holds three rounds. Has barrel band front swivels as well as three leaf rear express sights [one standing two folding] with hooded barrel band front sights. L.O.P. 13 5/8. Magazine holds 4 down and one in chamber. The rifle weights 8 1/2 pounds scoped. The barrels are 23” long with excellent bright bores. Screw heads and cross bolts are engraved. There are two VX11 Leopold 1.5×5 scopes with QD claw mounts, one for each calibre. The rifle has a three position Winchester Model 70 style safety. The stock is made from exhibition English walnut. It has a shadow line cheekpiece, an ebony frond tip and a Silvers recoil pad. The wood is in excellent condition with some very minor handling marks that are not noticeable without close inspection. The rifle has been used little if at all, and remains in “like new” condition. it comes with an oak and leather Huey case with a canvas outer sleeve. This rifle was built for an African safari, and is still waiting. The perfect combination rifle for a plains and dangerous game hunt. A masterfully constructed rifle.