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    Here is a bnz45 in walnut. Wonder what happened?







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    more pics






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    That looks familiar.

    I owned that one years ago. I think the cocking piece is sabotage- over hardened at Steyr. Of course, the is conjecture on my part.
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    I'm not a late war guy but I like that one!

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    so crude it's almost beautiful

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    YES, Crude is beautifull!

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    Was that one sanded?-I see a clear stock waffenamt but it the walnut looks so smooth in the photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigid1 View Post
    Was that one sanded?-I see a clear stock waffenamt but it the walnut looks so smooth in the photos.
    No, I don't think so. All of the walnuts looks like that. It might have been cleaned of a shellac or varnish. The wood color looks a little off, but its probably just be the lighting in the photos.

    I'm surprised how nice the bolt cutout looks. Its usually very sloppily done. Very nice bnz, indeed.

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    That one is cool..

    Didn't they have problems in the S block in general?




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