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    It certainly looks German made, did they supply...

    It certainly looks German made, did they supply RG34ís with the Portuguese contract
    K98ís?
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    Blued metal RG34, early features

    I was sorting through a few RG34ís getting ready to post them on the trader when I found this blued steel example, not blue paint, but blued. It has early features, soldered insert, soldered hinge...
  3. Thread: dou 43 c-block

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    Wonderful rifle, love that crisp stock! Iím...

    Wonderful rifle, love that crisp stock! Iím guessing that there is another identical dou bring back from the same unit with the corresponding bolt and hand guard!
  4. Indeed you do! Wonderful collection!

    Indeed you do! Wonderful collection!
  5. I had never noticed the suffix on the top of butt...

    I had never noticed the suffix on the top of butt plates on many Gew98ís until Paul mentioned it in a previous thread. By the thirties these were under the serial number but what was the earlier idea...
  6. Sadly not Gl.V. Marked, but to answer Paul’s...

    Sadly not Gl.V. Marked, but to answer Paul’s question before he asks it, the letter block is stamped at the top of the butt plate above the top screw. Might be worth restoring the duffle cut, but...
  7. From beginning to end: My Gew98ís 1914 and 1918

    Hereís a nice pair of matching Gew98ís, one saw the whole war and one almost none. First the 1918: Not without its issues, although completely matching but for the rod, it has an unfortunate duffle...
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    Possibly the same organization, but not the same...

    Possibly the same organization, but not the same mark. See below:
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    DSM34 stock disk marking

    The stock disk on my very early Mauser DSM34, serial number 700, is marked SO.BU. Anyone know what unit or organization this is? Many thanks.
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    Good advice all. Let me figure a price and I will...

    Good advice all. Let me figure a price and I will put them on the trader. I think I have convinced myself to keep the Belgian Ď89 for now.
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    A few additional pictures:

    The bullet hole in the Turkish Model Ď93 probably hurt!
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    Some uncommon Mauser and what to do with them

    In my younger days i attempted to collect every mauser rifle variation illustrated in R.H.Kornís ďMauser Gewehr und Mauser Patente.Ē To some degree I succeeded, and I am now in the process of...
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    Unknown cleaning rod....

    While sorting through some loose rods I found this one. Anyone know what it goes to?
    Large end is solid, no threads.
  14. Thread: Bayonet help...

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    Many thanks, thatís essentially how they came to...

    Many thanks, thatís essentially how they came to me but I will ensure no further damage.
  15. Thread: Bayonet help...

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    The Coppel came with a note that it was ď taken...

    The Coppel came with a note that it was ď taken from a German soldier on the Siegfried LineĒ. The S98/05aA was a bring back given to me as a child by a WW1 vet. Iím in the process of putting notes...
  16. Thread: Bayonet help...

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    Bayonet help...

    I know virtually nothing about bayonets other than what rifle they go to and where they fit. I have had these two for years and have no idea about whether they are uncommon or have any value. I...
  17. Thread: Holocaust postcard

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    A grim reminder, real people, not just numbers.

    A grim reminder, real people, not just numbers.
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    Thatís a beauty Chris, any idea what unit R.F.C....

    Thatís a beauty Chris, any idea what unit R.F.C. was? Iíd go with factory error albeit uncommon in that era.
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    Apparently not all were marked, here is my very...

    Apparently not all were marked, here is my very late Mauser KKW with an unmarked muzzle cover. Cut for a sight hood but apparently one never installed.
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    Ah! I see it now in your closeup photo, clearly...

    Ah! I see it now in your closeup photo, clearly some heat was applied, my bad!
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    The serial number font looks good and the number...

    The serial number font looks good and the number and the proof are in the right locations and no evidence of tampering, looks ok to me too.
  22. Thread: 1933 Banner Mauser

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    I think Mauser rifles in the 1930ís are the best...

    I think Mauser rifles in the 1930ís are the best there is quality wise. If the bore is really nice and it headspaces properly itís probably as accurate as you will find. Though mismatched, the bolt...
  23. Thread: 1933 Banner Mauser

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    Is there a cartouche on the left side of the butt...

    Is there a cartouche on the left side of the butt stock? DR or DRP?
  24. Hamboneís thoughts about the JPS commercials is...

    Hamboneís thoughts about the JPS commercials is the first time these have made sense to me. The stock has the ďlookĒ to me of having been on the rifle since it was assembled. Great piece, I...
  25. Thread: Duffle Cut Info

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    I don’t attach any additional value to a duffle...

    I don’t attach any additional value to a duffle cut but I do consider them the only real evidence the rifle was brought back by a vet. A tremendous number of K98’s were imported prior to the 1968...
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