What seems to be a Peruvian Mauser, I have been told it is some sort of short rifle, and the safety lever orientation is not like any I have seen. Receiver marking: Cz.ZBROJOVKA AKC. S PDLVBRNE model 1932 Ring markings: There is a crest but it is not in the best shape PEPUBLICA PERUANA serial # 043XX This receiver seems to be a large ring, and cocks on opening, the hood that holds the safety lever resembles a large ring hood and the safety lever itself does also. There is one problem. it assembles on to the bolt with the lever pointing to the 3 O'clock position and the cocking piece does not have any groves to engage the safety so it does not have a working safety. I disassembled the bolt and compared the parts to my CZ bolt and all will interchange with the exception of the safety lever and the non grooved cocking piece. The machining of the safety's two half moons and flat edge are 180 degrees from my CZ I have never seen a Mauser safety work from the right to left before, they have been left to right ( 9,12,3. O'clock) Can anyone out there shed some light on this?