May 08, 2013
By G&A Online Editors
CEO Thorsten Mann debuted the Mauser M12 to the American market at the 2013 NRA Show in Houston, Texas. The name Mauser has become ubiquitous with reliable bolt-action rifles the world over, and the new M12 illustrates the quality of manufacturing we've come to expect from German imports.
This new offering, manufactured in Isny, Germany, is available in both wood or synthetic stocks, 22" or 24" barrels and a dozen different caliber choices, allowing the American consumer different configurations for their next bolt gun. The crisp trigger and positive locking three-position safety are sure to impress hunters and bench rest shooters alike. Not to mention, field stripping the rifle is simple and requires no tools. Perhaps the most desirable feature is the detachable 5+1 round magazine, which enables easy follow-up shots.
The Mauser M12 will be distributed by Blaser, and comes to the American market at $1,499.
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