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Thread: Mauser Oberndorf K98k Serial Studies and Data - 1934 to 1946

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    Default byf 45 2924

    You can add my no letter suffix byf 45 serial 2924. All original except M/M Bolt from L block byf44.

    2924 NIM, SKM, M/M Bolt, Phosphate coated byf STG, SFP, SUB, & SLB,WaA 135 proofed

    Semi Kriegsmodell Stock
    Blued Rifle, all stamped parts are phosphate
    Non Import Bringback

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    KM Bolt 2924 for byf45 no suffix block.

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    Default K98k 42 1939

    Receiver top: 42 1939
    Receiver left: proof mark 4876 t
    Receiver right: 2 x eagle 63, 1 x eagle 655
    Barrel left: proof mark, 4876, eagle WaA 63
    Stock: Nußbaum right eagle H, eagle WaA 655
    Visierfuß (?) right: 3 x eagle WaA 63

    All serial numbers on the K98k are identical. What’s the translation of the German word “nummerngleich”?

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    Last edited by Markwart; 09-10-2011 at 01:34 PM.

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    [QUOTE=Markwart;20792]What’s the translation of the German word “nummerngleich”?
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    “nummerngleich” means "matching numbers".

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    Thanks. I think you are the first who read it and understand me.

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    Default Data rifle.

    This rifle has been sold but I still recall the majority of the information on it. It was a byf 44 no suffix block rifle. Sn. 34653. It was a mismatch rifle with the bolt and FP not matching the rifle. The rest of the weapon had matching numbers and schrapnel damage throughout. It was a dark/solid walnut stock rifle.

    m/m
    NIM
    SUB
    MLB
    S bandspring
    STG
    CBP

    mow.

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    Default Data rifle.

    Byf 43. All matching, w/solid walnut, tiger strip stock.

    Sn. 30581 f

    NIM
    MFP
    STG
    MLB
    SMUB
    M bandspring
    CBP (gqm42)tiger4.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitey 07 View Post
    byf 45 sorry
    i thought the mauser code vor 45 is svw?

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    Mauser Oberndorf use three codes in 1945:
    byf
    svw
    svwMB

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    ok thank you
    exist a P38 with the code byf45?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doppelaccount View Post
    ok thank you
    exist a P38 with the code byf45?
    No. svw only.

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