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    AHA didn't call the mount "Steyr Single Claw" (or...

    AHA didn't call the mount "Steyr Single Claw" (or "Steyr Klauenmontage"). They also did not call it "High Turret" nor "Short Side Rail". They differenciated between "Mauser'sche Montage" ("Mauser...
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    AHA gave order on 29th October 1943 to keep...

    AHA gave order on 29th October 1943 to keep producing the Marholdt Mount since otherwise training of snipers in previous scale would be useless. In the same document they mentioned to try and find a...
  3. Second part of low resolution picture set.

    Second part of low resolution picture set.
  4. Since I've did a picture set for Jon please find...

    Since I've did a picture set for Jon please find attached the "low resolution" versions (only 2400 px width).
  5. Jon, the information you provide is excellent and...

    Jon, the information you provide is excellent and outstanding. If you wish to have better pictures of this rifle for whatever way you may be able to use them (I can also do very high resolution...
  6. I have no clue what the proper English term is,...

    I have no clue what the proper English term is, but I took out today the "hand impact screwdriver" and managed to unscrew the action screws without damaging them. Please find attached the barrel...
  7. I've been put aware that the receiver notch can...

    I've been put aware that the receiver notch can be commonly found on 8x57 caliber rifles. Since the barrel is also 8mm caliber, this rifle should be either 8x57 I or 8x57 IS. What I forgot...
  8. Rest of the pictures.

    Rest of the pictures.
  9. Commercial Mauser Oberndorf rifle from 1908

    I've recently traded something for what appears to be a Commercial made Mauser Oberndorf rifle. The rifle is in untouched configuration, still carries the original blueing plus the stock also appears...
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    Very nice rifle, congratulations on it!

    Very nice rifle, congratulations on it!
  11. Even more interesting is that the guy who bought...

    Even more interesting is that the guy who bought the scope originally on eGun also bought a few more scopes on eGun which he got feedback for buying them. Among them are the following items:

    ...
  12. I can't tell much wrong on the scope or on the...

    I can't tell much wrong on the scope or on the scope rings, but I'm also not the expert as Amberg is on Gew98 sniper rifles. I'm sure he will let you know what he meant.

    It would however be...
  13. I guess he either referred to a Oigee scope in...

    I guess he either referred to a Oigee scope in these rings, the engravings on the scope, the scope rings themselves or a combination of this a fake. But I'm sure he will let us know.
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    Very tough to say with this poor artificial...

    Very tough to say with this poor artificial light, but I've tried to lighten it up and crop the picture:
    http://www.k98kforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=199397&d=1551785749

    ... do you see...
  15. Thanks for the link. Appears to be the same...

    Thanks for the link. Appears to be the same rifle. I was mainly wondering on the obvious differently aged surface (rear base is much brighter and does not have the same patina as the front base and...
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    It would not surprise me if someone found a...

    It would not surprise me if someone found a sportered LSR rifle and would restore it by killing an all matching bcd 4 rifle with 5-digit serial number. Also being fully refinished it might even have...
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    Very nice rifle, congratulations to it! Did you...

    Very nice rifle, congratulations to it! Did you put the white color in the markings, or was it bought this way?

    And Matt, you also need to tell us what you've then bought!
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    I have searched the pins, they are void of ANY...

    I have searched the pins, they are void of ANY markings. And Dave, thanks for the tip ... will then need to check my three rifles! Is the one you had mentioned the one with the EP bolt?
  19. Would you mind sharing a picture showing the...

    Would you mind sharing a picture showing the scope bases (with scope removed) from top? Thanks!
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    Looks like mud to me. Since Netherlands, possible...

    Looks like mud to me. Since Netherlands, possible also sand.
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    NOS Firing Pins

    I've recently picked up a ce 43 coded SSR sniper rifle (see sniper section). What I have not mentioned yet, the seller was a farmer. He told me that his father has some items too and if I may be...
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    No. I have had in hands dot 1943 serial #1, no...

    No. I have had in hands dot 1943 serial #1, no letter. But it came from a Yugo arsenal and no parts were matching.
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    Thanks Dave and Matt - I already picked a rust...

    Thanks Dave and Matt - I already picked a rust pitted barrel band and bayonet lug (both unserialized) from my box which are in perfect matching condition to the rifle, yet need to find where I have...
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    All are milled and solid, thanks. I'll then use...

    All are milled and solid, thanks. I'll then use one of those unserialized barrel bands that I still have somewhere in my boxes. Rather easy restoration then! Is the bayonet lug serialized?
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    Would this rifle have had milled (solid, H band?)...

    Would this rifle have had milled (solid, H band?) or stamped barrel bands? And would the bayonet lug had been serialized to match it?
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