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Thread: J.P. Sauer K98k Serials and Data, 1934-1944

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephan98k View Post
    Maybe you could start a new thread with many pictures of your Sauer & Sohn, it's a beautiful example. From the "no letter" block we don't have a example in the Picture Reference Index, in my opinion it deserve a place there.
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    Hello
    does anyone know how much rifle were produced by CE in the last year before cessation of manufacturing K98?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donki1967 View Post
    Hello
    does anyone know how much rifle were produced by CE in the last year before cessation of manufacturing K98?

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    So finaly i have the answer to my own question

    ce 1169 7309u 207289 1944 J.P. Sauer & Sohn Suhl

    thank you mcgyver_mauser98k

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    Default 1943 CE Mauser k98

    Help please I have a CE 43 k98 that has had its bluing removed, it has the serial number 7448, eveything matches except the bolt, I'm trying to find more information on my gun it has 2 cursive Rs it looks like and then a bc on the barrell underneath and proofmarks 37 under a eagle, 280 on the side of the chamber, it says 7448 and then a weird logo under the sn what is this? Is this a romanian capture or russian?
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    Default S/147/8539

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    I was told this is a Yugoslavian produced K98, but have no other information. I am trying to determine the bore diameter and barrel twist, plus any other historical information I can find.

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    Hi can anyone help me ID this one?
    I think it's a Sauer from 1938.. the action is silk smooth.
    Unfortunately the barrel is changed by the Norwegian army to 30-06.

    My plan is to rebuild this one to a long-range rifle.. 6,5x55barrel , GRS stock, timney trigger, new firingpin and spring, m70 safety..

    Sent fra min ONEPLUS A6013 via Tapatalk

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    Default 1936 s147

    1 Is there a difference in quality from different manufacturers of Mausers?
    I know it changed a lot over the years but from company to company?
    Different values for the same year and condition?

    I have not been buying or selling for years.
    My K98 is a 1936 S147 Russian capture matching except for the front band. Stock barrel receiver

    Thanks all

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