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Stocked by Maurice Ottmar.

22" tapered round Douglas barrel. French walnut stock with Grisel swivel studs, classic Fleur de lis pattern, 26 LPI checkering wrapping fully under the forend, Fisher steel pistol grip cap, beaded cheekpiece, and chechered steel trap-door buttplate.

Pete Grisel Mauser 98-type action of 4142 steel with double squarebridges, jeweled bolt, 3-panel checkered bolt knob, Mauser 98-type bolt stop, FN Mauser-type cocking piece with Model 70-type 3-position safety, Blackburn trigger, and hinged straddle floorplate with release inside triggerguard. Leupold VX3 3.5-10x with CDS scope with duplex reticle on Grisel custom one-piece rings fitted directly to receiver squarebridges without separate bases.

Length of Pull: 13 3/8". Weight: 8lbs on the nose, with scope!

.270 Win, 22"bbl.

The rifle is #29 of 50 made by Grisel, barrel is marked M. Ottmar, gunmaker.

Rifle shoots 130 Partitions 3/8" at 3100fps as measured by my LabRadar.

$6150 shipped and insured to the lower 48 bia USPS Priority mail.

I will include a copy of my driver's license for your FFL.

Pics are available by text message, PM with phone number.

If someone would care to post photos I'd be happy to send them.

Thanks for looking all.


Doug
 
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Griesel and Ottmar? Can't do much better than that!
 
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Please send pics to tniegel@kernuttstokes.com
Thanks!
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Thank you Jon.

If there's a certain photo you'd like, please send me a PM with a phone number.


Doug
 
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A really nice gun by two of the best in the trade, I know Ottmar has passed away but not sure about Pete Grisel.


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That is one classy rifle!


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Doug, you have exquisite taste. A rifle with such provedance deserves more than twice what you are asking for it. I would not sell it.
 
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https://btimesherald.com/2017/...te-grisel-1938-2017/
Sadly gone now. Pete hired me into Dakota Arms on an ice cold day in February of '88. I had basic machining skills at the time.
Given this rifles DNA, to those who actually care. 6k is a gift of opportunity to be it's next caretaker, and should really go for more like 8 to 10k.



 
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Other details of interest.
The early Grisel actions had Blackburn triggers, in later developments he went to more of a M-70 two piece sear trigger set up, which I prefer over a housing trigger design. In 2008 Pete gave his grace for me to adapt his trigger design to my actions.
The 2010 trigger Development by Paul Dressel and Morris Melani, also known as the Alaska trigger is a Grisel M-70 style trigger for a Mauser, I've used several of them and have been happy with them.

It would appear to me that nyriflemans rifle is an early rifle as the trigger looks to be of Blackburn design.



 
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Wow , a real beautiful rifle there ..


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Thanks for the kind words gents.

mlf - if it doesn't sell I will not be heartbroken. It is a svelte, lively rifle. Most importantly it is very accurate.

Timan - thank you as well for the history. It has been a pleasure to have been its caretaker. (A very apt term).

I turned 50 a few years back and am in the process of crossing a few hunts off my bucket list.

This one will help fund a Dall/Grizzly combo while I'm still able to climb.

I will leave it here for a week or so and then most likely move it to Guns International. And perhaps bump the price to be more in line with Timan's estimate.


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Recoil pad? :-)
 
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I am not against recoil pads but lots of good stuff to be said about a metal buttplate.
 
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