WW2 Nazi German Training Rifle
The first country to adopt these rifles in 1889 was Denmark, which had long historical links with neighboring Norway. Danish Krag-Jorgensen rifles, chambered for 8x58R ammunition, stayed in front-line service with Danish army until German occupation of 1940.
Norwegian army adopted its own version of the Krag-Jorgensen
in 1894, chambering it for an excellent 6.5x55 rimless cartridge, better
known today as
These are extremly rare Norwegian Occupation Krag Rifles
This example was originally manufactured in 1902 at the Kongsberg Factory and is still in excellent condition .
These German Occupation built Training Rifles are fully waffenamt marked on the receiver & woodwork and is dated 1943
The conversion consisted of fitting a new barrel where
the bore is out of alignment to the external barrel profile which means
"The occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany started
with the German invasion of Norway on 9 April 1940 and ended on 8 May
Bore & Metalwork in Mint Condition
An Extremley Rare Training Rifle - Reputedly Only 100 were converted