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    http://www.mauser.net/firearms/rifle...l98k/index.htm

    G6661 GER per Mitchell's website.

    It likely has been pimped due to it's current location.

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    Default Portuguese K98

    I have a M937A marked 1937. E10730. "Hege" import marked. Rear sight spot welded. Matching save screws and cleaning rod. No bayo.

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    F1661 Model 1941
    ? Use
    Non Import
    Matching (except stock)
    Clean gun, wear mostly by bayonet/ barrel area.
    Stock is an M937 stock with # 1815* on it. I am unsure of the last number.

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    I own G13000. All matching, no bayonet. Canada. No import marks. Don't know about GER or PORT. Definitely not RC.

    Portugeseax1.jpg Portugese 98 a x.jpg
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    My portuegese M937A

    C16320

    Matching numbers, no bayonet, bought over eGun auction
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    ]15519 H.jpg15519 H, all parts matching.

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    image.jpgI have C 3885. No import markings, all numbers match.image.jpg

    German use?? How can you tell?
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    Default 1937 contract

    Typical 1937 Portuguese, likely imported in 60s-70s. Most of these have condition issues under the hood, either through bad storage or issue environment.
    Anyway, no direct evidence of German use of this model.
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    H15666 all matching - complete refinish by Vulcan Gun Refinishing of Maidstone, Ontario, Canada

    The rifle had sling swivels added to the bottom of the stock, but they've been removed and plugged.

    The caliber was stamped on the barrel just forward of the receiver ring.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZrsdQuN_gk

    http://vulcangun.com/index.htm

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    Default Norwegian Portuguese Contract K98

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    This is my Norwegian service Portuguese contract K98. An original matching rifle
    (I believe) except where the Norwegian armorers touched it. One of my faves for sure.

























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