The Repeating Rifle Muster 1888 better known as Mannlicher M1888 was a bolt-action rifle used by several armies from 1888 to 1945. Derived from the M1885 and later M1886 models, it was Ferdinand Mannlicher's third rifle that utilized the "enbloc clip". It was succeeded by the Mannlicher M1895 as the standard service rifle of the Austro-Hungarian Army. The M95 uses a more secure rotating-bolt, in contrast to the M88's wedge-lock bolt.

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  • 1280.0
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  • 4.41
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  • El Mannlicher M1888 era un fusil de cerrojo que fue empleado por varios ejércitos desde 1888 hasta 1945. Derivado del prototipo Mannlicher M1885 y el Mannlicher M1886, fue el tercer fusil diseñado por Ferdinand Mannlicher que empleaba el peine en bloque. Fue sucedido por el Mannlicher M1895 como el fusil estándar del Ejército austrohúngaro. El M1895 empleaba un cerrojo rotativo más seguro, en comparación con el cerrojo cerrado mediante cuña del M1888. (es)
  • Il Mannlicher Modell 1888 era un fucile a otturatore scorrevole austro-ungarico impiegato dal 1888 al 1945 da diversi eserciti del mondo. (it)
  • The Repeating Rifle Muster 1888 better known as Mannlicher M1888 was a bolt-action rifle used by several armies from 1888 to 1945. Derived from the M1885 and later M1886 models, it was Ferdinand Mannlicher's third rifle that utilized the "enbloc clip". It was succeeded by the Mannlicher M1895 as the standard service rifle of the Austro-Hungarian Army. The M95 uses a more secure rotating-bolt, in contrast to the M88's wedge-lock bolt. (en)
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  • 4410.000000 (xsd:double)
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dbp:caption
  • Mannlicher M1888 rifle, from the collections of the Swedish Army Museum.
dbp:cartridge
  • M88 8×52mmR
  • M88-90 and M88-95: 8×50mmR
  • M88/24: 8×57mm IS
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  • 1887 (xsd:integer)
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  • 5 (xsd:integer)
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  • yes
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  • 1095000 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1888 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1888 (xsd:integer)
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  • M88
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  • See ''[[#Users
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  • M1888-90, M1888-95, M1888/24
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  • with M1888 ball cartridge
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • El Mannlicher M1888 era un fusil de cerrojo que fue empleado por varios ejércitos desde 1888 hasta 1945. Derivado del prototipo Mannlicher M1885 y el Mannlicher M1886, fue el tercer fusil diseñado por Ferdinand Mannlicher que empleaba el peine en bloque. Fue sucedido por el Mannlicher M1895 como el fusil estándar del Ejército austrohúngaro. El M1895 empleaba un cerrojo rotativo más seguro, en comparación con el cerrojo cerrado mediante cuña del M1888. (es)
  • Il Mannlicher Modell 1888 era un fucile a otturatore scorrevole austro-ungarico impiegato dal 1888 al 1945 da diversi eserciti del mondo. (it)
  • The Repeating Rifle Muster 1888 better known as Mannlicher M1888 was a bolt-action rifle used by several armies from 1888 to 1945. Derived from the M1885 and later M1886 models, it was Ferdinand Mannlicher's third rifle that utilized the "enbloc clip". It was succeeded by the Mannlicher M1895 as the standard service rifle of the Austro-Hungarian Army. The M95 uses a more secure rotating-bolt, in contrast to the M88's wedge-lock bolt. (en)
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  • Mannlicher M1888 (es)
  • Mannlicher M1888 (it)
  • Mannlicher M1888 (en)
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  • Repeating Rifle Muster 1888 (en)
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