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SAFN-49 Rifle in Cal. 30-06

SAFN-49 Rifle in Cal. 8x57mm


 
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Our Price: $999.99

Quantity in Stock:4
Product Code: SAFN0001
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We have a small batch of SAFN rifles in Cal. 30-06 left. The condition is fair to good. Limited quantity available! The receiver crests have been scrubbed, we suspect that they were Belgian Army and Navy rifles due to other markings and stamps on the rifles. Stocks and hand guards have cracks and or parts of wood missing. NO MAGAZINE INCLUDED. Metal parts are mostly complete and in fair to good condition.

These rifles will turn into "the Pride" of your collection with some TLC. Do not hesitate and get yours today!

These rifles are classified as C&R rifles. C&R rifles need to ship to an FFL or C&R licensed person/address. Please email any C&R or FFL licenses to ffl@rtifirearms.com.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
3 of 5 FN49 November 6, 2022
Reviewer: Mike B from Austin, TX.  
Was very dirty as to be expected and took about a day to clean it up, underneath all the filth was a very nice looking all matching Belgian army contract rifle.  Stock had a significant crack in it but fortunately it was in a place that was very easy to repair.  The bore was completely shot out so this rifle will be a wall hanger.  Very tastefully done import mark done on the underside of the barrel.

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3 of 5 FN-49 October 26, 2022
Reviewer: Kyle Johnson from Eucha, Oklahoma  
happy to receive the rifle but I knew what I was getting into the rifle over all after a arduous cleaning  i was able to find the rifle had some missing parts in the trigger group a significant crack in the stock and rear hand guard, a butt plate that has seen better days. The barrel looks pretty good with a ok looking bore I'm fine with this rifle since i have wanted one for a while.

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
 
3 of 5 Fn 49 June 29, 2022
Reviewer: Brian Crowe from forest, OH United States  
Rifle is in good shape but it had a broken firing pin very dangerous the get stuck in the spring and get stuck forward slam firing. Trigger guard was also bent and in horrible shape so bad cases would not hot the ejector at all. I put the trigger guard from my Luxembourg Fn 49 and it shot perfectly. I contacted Royal Tuger about the bad parts they never got back with me. Rifle is in good shape and 0 on the muzzle snd shoots very nice. I am not happy about spending 100 bucks to get parts to get it to shoot right.  If you buy one take the bolt apart and make sure it has a slit firing pin they will have a large raised rear s9 it catches the spring. I ordered a split pin off of Libert Tree Colectors.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Happy with the purchase February 9, 2022
Reviewer: Jonathan from CO, United States  
Though a bit pricey (and dirty as expected), I received a fairly rare in the U.S. early production (1XXX serial#) Belgian contract rifle in very good condition with all parts present and functional. The finish is excellent under the wood and good where exposed with matching receiver/barrel/bolt/bolt carrier/upper handguard with a mismatched cover, though also a low serial #. The bore is mostly bright with strong rifling. Stock is sound with no cracks, though it has an old, small chip at the butt end. I give it a 4 star as Royal Tiger did not disclose the crest is scrubbed. However, my understanding is this is common on the Belgian contract rifles that were sold as surplus.

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