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    Default bcd 41

    bcd 41 factory grease and stain on buttplate
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    bcd 41 more pics
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    Cool!!


    A grease gun.. I might have to pull mine out..



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    I wonder why they dropped the majority of markings on the stock on my 42?
    If memory serves, all I've got are one WaA plus the serial number and two "C's' (one larger and one small) all behind the heel..
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    Orders to trim down time spent on inspection so they could get rifles out the door. That's the same period speed milled bands, etc. were instituted to speed things up. The period docs on this are in the Km. book too.

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    Question in the same area.
    how long did gusty keep 'waff' marking the TG?
    how many years for serial on cupped BP
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    Ham that's a sweet example.
    I think I can count the number of matching bcd 41's I have seen on one hand.

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    Thank you Don. Sol, they stopped numbering the buttplates early, roughly after first quarter of 1941 for most all makers.

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    Default Nice rifle...........

    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone View Post
    Thank you Don. Sol, they stopped numbering the buttplates early, roughly after first quarter of 1941 for most all makers.
    Do yours rifle have an C contract handguard?
    The reason i ask is that mine has an C contract handguard
    And behind the buttplate there is date and the mark BO,,but is BO an Sauer stock?
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    I have this ones cousin. 6149g Norwegian rework mostly original matching parts except bolt internals, mag follower, and rear sight.

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