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    Sounds like a heavily sported WW2 receiver. Date...

    Sounds like a heavily sported WW2 receiver. Date should be on top of the receiver. If it was buffed off there is little left to go on as far as year.
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    Bands SHOULD be numbered. Stock and handguard...

    Bands SHOULD be numbered. Stock and handguard internally. Look up a byf42 in the picture reference section for how one should look.
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    An honest, bolt mismatch without any other issues...

    An honest, bolt mismatch without any other issues will generally run about $800-$1,200. Rarer codes will command more. Byf42 being harder to locate can/will run medium to the higher value of that....
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    Welcome aboard, a byf42 is not rare but is...

    Welcome aboard, a byf42 is not rare but is difficult to find in any kind of matching condition. Hope you pay a fair price for it but without photos we can't guide you on it's value.
  5. Thread: byf43

    by mowzerluvr
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    I have a perfect mid-1943 Oberndorf walnut stock...

    I have a perfect mid-1943 Oberndorf walnut stock for that, though it's just fine as-is.
  6. Thread: Hello

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    oooh rahhh, Chesty would approve !! Welcome...

    oooh rahhh, Chesty would approve !! Welcome aboard. It's an addicting hobby, and new guys draw fire watch here !! Semper Fi.
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    Sticky: I know of over 1,000 barreled receivers in...

    I know of over 1,000 barreled receivers in Norway, collecting dust.
  8. Guessing you just want to shoot for fun and not...

    Guessing you just want to shoot for fun and not put 1000 rounds through it. Only part I'd worry about is the firing pin, you could just pick up a spare for that. I have bolts AND spare pins. The pin...
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    Welcome aboard. You have made a good start.

    Welcome aboard. You have made a good start.
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    My source in Norway has been at it for 20 yrs at...

    My source in Norway has been at it for 20 yrs at least and if one would turn up, it'd be there. He and I have discussed it a few times and though he has seen plenty of armorer parts he has not seen a...
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    I've yet to see one I could say was 100% WW2.

    I've yet to see one I could say was 100% WW2.
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    Welcome aboard, many Texas folks in here.

    Welcome aboard, many Texas folks in here.
  13. Shroud and safety should be 4 digits if memory...

    Shroud and safety should be 4 digits if memory serves. My "f" block is anyway. Shroud digits are even facing the wrong way.
  14. I may have a flat plate e/280 stock set if you...

    I may have a flat plate e/280 stock set if you end up looking for one.
  15. Thread: 1937 243

    by mowzerluvr
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    Bank guard rifle perhaps? RFV marking is rare.

    Bank guard rifle perhaps? RFV marking is rare.
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    Another example of why we do what we do. Nice...

    Another example of why we do what we do. Nice matching examples like this go a long way toward recording trends in manufacturing.
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    Not thinking they would have used G98 parts. Even...

    Not thinking they would have used G98 parts. Even at depot level.
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    Stunning, and a matching 1942 as well. All those...

    Stunning, and a matching 1942 as well. All those little krylic symbols too. Well done.
  19. Look at a similar rifle in the picture reference,...

    Look at a similar rifle in the picture reference, base them on some of those to know key areas.
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    Here are a few. Top row (first on the left is...

    Here are a few. Top row (first on the left is original to compare) are post war Norway produced. Lower section is a mix of originals, some rounded Steyr type, one possible K43 hood in the middle.
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  21. Just from the side by side comparison in the...

    Just from the side by side comparison in the photo it looks like a "cut-back" stock for sure to me.
  22. I also have donor stocks where you can use the...

    I also have donor stocks where you can use the fore end sections for repairs. This would be an easy fix AND keep the original stock with the rifle.
  23. Also the Yugo refurbed K98 stocks have been...

    Also the Yugo refurbed K98 stocks have been shortened so it's not full K98 length any longer and the step in the barrel may be interfering with fit. If you end up sending the stock back I'm pretty...
  24. Thread: Hello all

    by mowzerluvr
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    We're here to help. Ask any questions. If you...

    We're here to help. Ask any questions. If you find something questionable run it by us here first if you're unsure. Many years of knowledge on this forum.
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    Not that one either. Though I'd need to know...

    Not that one either. Though I'd need to know year/code as well to match a stock with a rifle. Proof codes would need to match also.
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