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    Mauser Patrone 22 cal Training Rifle

    Recently purchased a Mauser Patrone 22 cal training rifle. Missing rear rifle sling loop. Any suggestions where to find one?

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    "Patrone 22 cal" is not a rifle type designation, but the caliber that is (I am guessing here) stamped on the left side of the barrel and/or receiver of your trainer. So it does not help with regard to the missing sling swivel.

    Post a photo of the entire rifle and a detail photo of the left side of the barrel and receiver, which probably has the type stamped on it. If not, someone here will surely be able to identify it.

    Then simply look on the internet for other examples of the same type!
    Last edited by Patrick Chadwick; 08-24-2018 at 11:19 PM.

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