SOLD FOR: $3950
Model: K95 Luxus
Serial Number: BK00219
Year of Manufacture: 2006 (AG Date Code)
Caliber: .270 Winchester
Action Type: Single Shot Top Break Rifle with Extractor
Markings: The serial number is marked on the bottom of the receiver. The receiver has scroll engraving and the sides each have deep relief engraving with a floral motif. The bottom of the receiver is marked “Blaser”. The left side of the chamber is marked with proofs, the date code, “Blaser Germany/DE / Cal. .270 Win. Nr: 3/97652”, and “K95”. The extractor is marked “7652”. The bottom of the barrel is marked with a proof. The right side of the chamber is marked “Warning: Red owners manual before use! / SIGARMS Exeter, NH”.
Barrel Length: 24?
Sights / Optics: There is no provision for iron sights. The top of the chamber has cuts for mounting a base.
Stock Configuration & Condition: The stocks are two-piece walnut with a capped pistol grip, straight comb, Schnabel tip forend, black rubber buttpad, and a sling mount in the belly. There is another sling mount on the barrel. The stocks are mismatched, the pistol grip is checkered and the forend is skipline checkered. The forend has some play, enough to lightly rattle when shook. There are a few scattered light scuffs and draglines. There are a few hairline scratches, most noticeable on the left side of the buttstock up by the heel. There are a couple of little dings, most noticeable on the left cheek and on the belly. The checkering is strong. There are no chips or cracks. The LOP is 14 1/4? from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttpad. The pad is off center. The pad has some scattered light wear. Overall, the stocks are in about Fine Plus condition as mismatched.
Type of Finish: Matte Black & French Gray Alloy Receiver
Finish Originality: Original
Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. There is no erosion. In my opinion, this bore is a 10 out of 10.
Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 97% of its metal finish. There is an arc of little nicks on the left side of the receiver along the top. There is light finish wear from previously installed optics. There are some scattered light handling marks. The forend is mismatched to the buttstock and has some light play, enough to lightly rattle when shook. The screwheads are lightly used. The markings are clear. Overall, this rifle is in about Fine condition.
Mechanics: The action functions correctly. The trigger is crisp. Regarded as one of the best cocking systems in the world, no conventional safety catch can offer the level of safety guaranteed by an uncocked firing pin. The K95 is manually cocked just before the shot is taken. If no shot is fired, the firing pin spring is decocked by pulling back the cocking lever. We did not fire this rifle. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance requirements.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None.
Our Assessment: Founded in 1957, Blaser is an uncompromising maker of premium sporting firearms. While they certainly do produce a number of elaborately engraved, super-premium stocked and otherwise opulent presentation pieces, the same attention to detail is given to the development of designs which are robust and simple, yet somehow innovative and elegant. From rifles to shotguns and even combination guns, Blaser has made a place for itself by providing hunting guns that will last for generations.
The K95 is just one such example. An elegant single shot rifle, it has simple but classic lines, beautiful walnut stocks, and the immense quality that you can expect from Blaser. This example has beautiful relief engraved game scenes, wonderfully figured checkered walnut stocks, and fit and function that matches its unrivaled form. In Fine condition, the gun shows little sign of use. This is a beautiful rifle that you simply cannot pass on. Please see our photos and good luck!
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