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    Default byf 44 b block

    I'm extremely happy to add this nice b block to my MO collection. It's a pretty standard early byf 44 except for the upper band which is the less common speed milled then formed and welded variation. White glue stock with a red glue handguard and an Elite sight slider round things out.

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    WTB: Rough milled, blued, unnumbered floor plate as found on late MO rifles. Unnumbered MO bands, both KM and standard type, MO KM stocks including an unaccepted one, MO bands and stock 5897, upper band 0643

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    WTB: Rough milled, blued, unnumbered floor plate as found on late MO rifles. Unnumbered MO bands, both KM and standard type, MO KM stocks including an unaccepted one, MO bands and stock 5897, upper band 0643

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    Great photos! Looks like you are getting the hang of it. Nice rifle too.
    Order the new K98k book at www.thirdpartypress.com
    Don't forget to visit www.latewar.com for info on late war 98k's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfarb View Post
    Great photos! Looks like you are getting the hang of it. Nice rifle too.
    Thanks Mike! I appreciate all the help.
    WTB: Rough milled, blued, unnumbered floor plate as found on late MO rifles. Unnumbered MO bands, both KM and standard type, MO KM stocks including an unaccepted one, MO bands and stock 5897, upper band 0643

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    I'm going to have to get a MO K98k at some point. I can fit two more one the cabinet; one has to be a Kar98a though to finish the type collection. Very nice condition!

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    Nice!! Pics are looking good

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    Yeah good pics buddy.

    And nice rifle.
    Looking for 10" cleaning rod, early style e/214 #91, nazi style e/26 #04

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    Just thought I'd bump this back up so we can compare the abc's of byf 44's.

    Hope that's ok.
    WTB: Rough milled, blued, unnumbered floor plate as found on late MO rifles. Unnumbered MO bands, both KM and standard type, MO KM stocks including an unaccepted one, MO bands and stock 5897, upper band 0643

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    Can someone expelling the speed milled, but welded bands? If it is milled from a piece of skid steel, why does it have to be welded? I can understand this with one that is stamped, but not with milling. Apologies if this is a silly question.
    Thanks, John

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    Can someone expelling the speed milled, but welded bands? If it is milled from a piece of solid steel, why does it have to be welded? I can understand this with one that is stamped, but not with milling. Apologies if this is a silly question.
    Thanks, John

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