takes about two seconds to check the firing pin.remove the bolt,look at the bolt face, if you cant see end of firing pin its broken. very common on the early mausers.you can replace it in about three minutes also,if you know how to strip the bolt.looked at the case you tried to fire,no dent in primer,firing pin.small dent in primer,possibly spring weak. may just be a dirty bolt,they were packed in cosmoline for years. just a tip for your own safety ,that rifle could be chambered in any caliber ever made.dont fire it till you know for sure.even though that is one of the better mausers,and was one of the few other than turksish mausers made in the mauser factory,in berlin in its heyday.it still has limitations.one of the last rifles mauser hisself had any say in the production of.and it was of the highest quality for the day. sold the company and just stayed on as a designer,right at the beginning of mauserwerks heyday.he never really profited by his designs much,and never lived to see the 98 mauser which he is most famous for.
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