The Swiss Government has, for decades, considered that every national should take part in the sport with a view to ensuring the security of the nation in the event of any outside aggression.A significant resulting additional benefit to this train of thought has been the internal security of the country.Both of which you don't have and I don't have time to explore the finer points of the swiss law if a B is good enough, so.......Best is to pop into 1 of the shops in town and clarify... The 2 guys at the waffenburo are ok but not the nicest to deal with btw but also an option. as it's a swiss ordanace I doubt you will have any issues but a lot of swiss ranges are full of shit about what you can shoot. I know swiss law simply states secured but any responsible owner will do more than putting it in a locked cupboard. Yeah I am gonna call to Burgin in the next few days and see what he says and then call around the gun clubs.Also, the 1878s,1881s and 1887s came in both sawtooth and straightback variations. Another variation filled in both the muzzle ring and the handle groove.Finally a border guard variant with a shorter 18.8" (470mm) straight back blade variant and a fuller on both sides of the blade also existed.
Another interesting feature of this rifle is the 1st Pattern magazine cutoff, which engages in the opposite direction of later Krag rifles (it is "OFF" when up). Maly when he joined the 1st Illinois Infantry (Company H) on April 26, 1898.The rifle was last fired in the 1930's by his nephew Frank during a deer hunt.Hi all, Thinking of getting a K31 and joining a firing range in Basel, but am a bit shy and was wondering if anyone here is already a member of one in Basel. Hi all, Thinking of getting a K31 and joining a firing range in Basel, but am a bit shy and was wondering if anyone here is already a member of one in Basel. Ok as the k31 does not need a WES, you need your criminal record extract (20chf at post office) and an ID but that ID is normally your niederlassungbewilligung/ permanent resident permit.I have joined 2 soccer teams in Basel and although I speak German I was still very much still an auslander and Im feeling like the gun clubs will be the same. I have joined 2 soccer teams in Basel and although I speak German I was still very much still an auslander and Im feeling like the gun clubs will be the same. There is another route without a permanent residence but you need to show a licence from your home country.