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  1. Thread: My new K98

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    Save your money and get an original sling and use...

    Save your money and get an original sling and use the one on there for the range that is if your going to shoot it.
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    From your picture I think it would be a three...

    From your picture I think it would be a three digit number with the letter code C underneath in the middle.
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    I've bought a number of items from Larry and have...

    I've bought a number of items from Larry and have no complaints. He starts his bids low enough and it's up to you to know what your bidding on. Ask questions if you don't know. He isn't out to cheat...
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    Here you go. I just took these pictures outside....

    Here you go. I just took these pictures outside. On the frog back, upper left, there could be some kind of marking but I couldn't make it out.
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    Andy after cleaning it with a brass brush I could...

    Andy after cleaning it with a brass brush I could not find a WaA but on the other side of the number 3576 there was a stamping MO. At first all I saw was the letter O. Do you have any more...
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    Ok, I am happy to go with the German export M36,...

    Ok, I am happy to go with the German export M36, it has a solid forging. It also has a number 3576 which I never noticed before and a OR letters on the other side. The OR are hard to read but an O...
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    Thank you very much pwcosol and AndyB for the...

    Thank you very much pwcosol and AndyB for the information. After reading your posts I did some checking and I think that your correct, the bayonet is a Spanish M43 and frog an M42 (late war?). Andy I...
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    Help Iding Bayonet

    This bayonet came with a K98 660 that I bought around 1969. I have no idea about this bayonet. It has no markings at all on anything including the frog. I an not a bayonet and have only a couple to...
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    I believe it is Grenadier-Regiment 24,...

    I believe it is Grenadier-Regiment 24, Ersatz-Bataillon, Kompagnie 1, Waffen Nr. 204
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    I really like this rifle and since it hasn't been...

    I really like this rifle and since it hasn't been cleaned I would just leave it as is, unless your going to shoot it.
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    To much Bier the night before. Possible late war...

    To much Bier the night before. Possible late war cottage work or apprentice on his first day on the job? Can't say it's not interesting.
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    Yes, it's a repro

    Yes, it's a repro
  13. I don't know what you paid but I have never seen...

    I don't know what you paid but I have never seen a manual for one, so you sure did well. I have a nice complete launcher kit but no manual. You want to sell it? lol
    Bernie
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    I'm not sure when they made slings but by the...

    I'm not sure when they made slings but by the company name it made basket type furniture and yes they were located in Germany (Nordrhein-Westfalen). Many company's during this time made many items...
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    fmb J.A.Boker (o.H.) Korbwaren u....

    fmb J.A.Boker (o.H.) Korbwaren u. Korbmobelfabrik Dalhausen bei Beverungen (NW)
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    Make that a scratch for me too.

    Make that a scratch for me too.
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    Well, the can and scope should be number the...

    Well, the can and scope should be number the same. The can should also contain a cloth (yellow) and brush. The scope mount looks original but I don't like the ser# . If you want more information or...
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    Thanks for showing. I also have been looking for...

    Thanks for showing. I also have been looking for 8mm ww1 rounds for my collection and haven't found any. The best I have done is a box of 9mm Luger.
  19. If it is just the thread of the rod that is in...

    If it is just the thread of the rod that is in the nut then it shouldn't be to hard. I would drill and tap a small hole for a screw and just pull it out but without seeing a picture?
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    Is that an 8mm ww1 round if so would like to see...

    Is that an 8mm ww1 round if so would like to see picture of the markings.
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    Use a better ammo brand before you mess with the...

    Use a better ammo brand before you mess with the sights, you may be surprised what a difference that can make.
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    If you want more information on the guns go to...

    If you want more information on the guns go to Jan Still's Luger forum.
    http://luger.gunboards.com/forum.php
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    Yes, I see your point, my bad. If yours is...

    Yes, I see your point, my bad. If yours is anything like mine you did well. Just the psychic in me too lol.
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    Nope not even close bought it back in 1967. What...

    Nope not even close bought it back in 1967. What ever made you think it was Romanian?
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    My first was a 1940 660 code that I bought many...

    My first was a 1940 660 code that I bought many years ago for $65 with a bayonet and scabbard. Still have both.
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