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American Gunsmithing Institute’s New Mauser ’98 Rifles Course

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    Aug 12, 2011
    NAPA, CA (August 2011)*–*The Mauser brand has upheld the promise of solid quality and reliable design for generations, especially with its ’98 family of rifles. American Gunsmithing Institutenow has a new DVD course on the* Mauser ’98 family of rifles(Models 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1894, 1896 and 1898 Mausers).


    Dozens of these Mausers from 2 World Wars, countless small wars and dozens of country’s arsenals are back on the market in many variations. This Armorer’s Course on the Mauser ’98 family of rifles features an expanded history section, as well as vintage collectables and accessories provided by “Mr. Military” himself, John Bush.* Master Gunsmith Ken Brooks is your instructor and he has a “thing” for Mausers.* He’s been building custom, “sporterized” Mausers for years and loves the history of the Mauser line.


    This course is designed to help all of the owners who love the gun, but are a little mystified about its workings. This is an AGI Armorer’s Course, so we cover the design and function using an AGI cutaway made just for this video and then we take you through the complete disassembly and reassembly showing differences between models along the way. Ken uses samples of nearly every model from the ’91 to the ’98 and has a couple of models that are pretty rare and collectable indeed.

    We finish up by showcasing some original German collectables, including rare paper ammo cases, ammo, training cards and manuals. We also have .22 caliber training rifles and actions made by France, Germany and Belgium.* This course is longer than the usual 2 hours in length because it has so much material in it!* Consider yourself warned, this course is HOT!!


    This course is a valuable aid to any owner of the Mauser ’98 rifle. Full of visual demonstrations, tips and techniques, you’ll go back to it again and again to get the most out of your Mauser ‘98.