Just a plain old 93 or 95. Hunk of history, but nothing special.
It will be fine as a project rifle for you.
If the bore is good, and if it shoots pretty well with iron sights, then I would consider doing more work on it, like re-bending the bolt, that curve won't clear a scope.
One caveat, keep it in 7x57 and don't try to push it real hard. The gas control design is not the best, and there's no third lug. Furthermore, steel had some major changes for the better in the 1910s. But 7x57 is fine.
So get her nice and clean, see how she does on paper with the iron sights. If you get under 2 inch groups with the usual crummy sights, there's potential, and it might be worth bending the bolt, mounting a real scope, and doing the bedding and floating. 4 to 6 inches, I'd either go with a new barrel in 7x57, or troll the gun shows with it.
Up hills slow,
Down hills fast
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