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    By “blocks”, I am going on “letter blocks”. ...

    By “blocks”, I am going on “letter blocks”. Walther ac44’s went from: no letter block TO q block. After q block, the ac45’s started. So, no letter block TO d block on ac45’s. So, ac44’s have 18...
  2. Thread: Legit K43

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    Not sure why it was done like that.

    Not sure why it was done like that.
  3. Thread: Legit K43

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    Oh yeah. Its jacked with. Someone added that...

    Oh yeah. Its jacked with. Someone added that B and no telling what else.
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    Hared to distinguish the hand guards. How are...

    Hared to distinguish the hand guards. How are the E German ones marked?....Or, are they?
  5. Very nice! The ‘45 DUO is really late. Love the...

    Very nice! The ‘45 DUO is really late. Love the little holster for it. Mine is a 118XXX serial number. Glad to see your slide lock/safety switch is positioned slightly down as well. Just for...
  6. This one: ...

    This one:

    229112229113229114229115229116229117229118

    It’s also in the book “Hitler’s Garands”. All matching, stock is outstanding and stamped appropriately where it’s supposed to be. I didn’t...
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    There’s just way too much info to describe for...

    There’s just way too much info to describe for what you are wanting. I would just start searching here first through the threads. The book now to get is “Hitler’s Garands” as it’s the only one out...
  8. I always liked the PP type green holsters better...

    I always liked the PP type green holsters better than the earlier ones they used.
  9. Yep, and hard to find.

    Yep, and hard to find.
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    This rifle is in a block of several G.43 and K.43...

    This rifle is in a block of several G.43 and K.43 marked and mixed rifles. The next known reported one is G.43 ac45 #7281 with a cosmetic milled receiver.
  11. Late ones are crude and messy, but really neat. ...

    Late ones are crude and messy, but really neat. That flat base mag is really hard to find and stated to be a second mag.
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    Make sure its not a repro.

    Make sure its not a repro.
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    5734b is always nice to look at!

    5734b is always nice to look at!
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    Shooter value. Probably upper $2k. Odd recoil...

    Shooter value. Probably upper $2k.

    Odd recoil lug. Don’t know what that is, so might not be safe to shoot like that.
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    Sticky: You do know the consecutive to your rifle is out...

    You do know the consecutive to your rifle is out there. K.43 #324d was reported on Claus Espeholt’s site. It’s reported as “not matching” and no idea where it’s at, but it is out there.
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    Ive never had one down that far. Interesting! ...

    Ive never had one down that far. Interesting! Could you draw an arrow to the area, rather spring, you are talking about? I think I see what you are saying, but just want to confirm. Thanks.
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    Yes, there were no r blocks. I too have a q...

    Yes, there were no r blocks. I too have a q block with a 45 barrel and bolt carrier with no hold open lever.
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    Not the last “G.43”. They were mixed here and...

    Not the last “G.43”. They were mixed here and there as they began to switch over to the “K.43” designation. I think the bolt carrier on yours had the serial number lined out and the East Germans...
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    And here is the consecutive rifle to this one: ...

    And here is the consecutive rifle to this one:

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread.php?39577-Gewehr-43-Force-Matched-Bolt&p=292119#post292119
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    One more thing. In my listings, the consecutive...

    One more thing. In my listings, the consecutive numbered rifle to yours is out there: K.43 #7583n. Yes “K.43”. It was reported on this forum on 03-05-19 by member agentcq. It is a VOPO rifle...
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    Okay, I checked my listings. I can go back with...

    Okay, I checked my listings. I can go back with this rifle to 03-01-2015 where it was first reported. It was originally sold in 2015 with an after market scope mount. I have a little more info on...
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    It doesn’t look like any German WWII stamping I...

    It doesn’t look like any German WWII stamping I have seen. Post War is more in line, but by whom I don’t know. I’ll check my listings and see if I have any history on this specific rifle. The mag...
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    Sure. I use whatever I can obtain for the...

    Sure. I use whatever I can obtain for the listings and would appreciate it.
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    Gustloff bcd G.43 #6696

    Wow, what a difference a few months makes. I personally know one prior owner of this rifle where I personally saw this rifle in a different state of being. He had it for quite a while. It was...
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    Yes, good to go on that aspect.

    Yes, good to go on that aspect.
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