I'll try to get some pics once I finish cleaning all the oil and grease off. It's sitting disassembled right now. I picked up an 1895 Chilean Mauser today for $275 and I'm wondering how I did. This one is not a converted 7.62 nato, but the original 7x57. It's got a mismatched bolt handle but the rest seems matching. I would rate it lower end of good, with some bluing loss on the exposed barrel past the upper handguard and some stains and a couple small dings on the stock. The stock still has the 1895 cartouche. Bore is slightly pitted but has strong lands and grooves. Rifle is marked "Loewe Berlin" and there are a ton of little stamps and proofs just about everywhere on the rifle.