Shhh, Craftsman at Work

posted on February 7, 2014
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undefinedRigby is back. The same company that owns Blaser, Mauser, SIG and Sauer now owns Rigby, which it recently revived. Once again, for the first time since prior to World War I, customers may order a genuine Mauser Model 98 barreled action from Oberndorf, Germany, which is then sent to London where master craftsmen hand finish it and a custom stock to specification. A Double Square Bridge Rigby starts at $14,500.


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