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    Some of yall may have seen this on gunboards. I reached a deal with the guy that posted it over there. Have nice light today so I got some photos. Phosphate BCD 4 with blued bolt. Some of you guys saw it at SoS.
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    Hard to improve on that one. Simply beautiful!
    Still wonder what happened to it's sling? It obviously wore one until the recent past.
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    Nice one! :-)

    Barrel made by:

    Ruhrstahl A.G., Presswerke Brackwede ( near the City Bielefeld)

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    Held it at the meeting, very nice rifle. Love Gustloff bluing and love mixed finishes. Hard to beat.
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    Nice looking example. I like the crisp stock and the dual tone. Thanks for posting.
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    Very nice rifle! Love the colours in the metal.

    Should be proud to own that one!

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    Thanks guys. Glad I bought it and did not save the money for SoS! Always buy what is in front of you.

    All of the different parts manufacturer's codes are interesting. Here are some assorted photos.

    This is probably a dumb question and I am sure the answer is in Volume 3 (which I am about to read the chapter on Gustloff)....... but when these different components were made were they sent to Gustloff were they already blued? Or did they send them in the white? I am assuming they sent them finished. They would have filled up bins and just grabbed bolt bodies. So there would be some blue ones literally in the bottom of the barrel that may have taken them a while to get to when they dumped phosphate finished bolts on top of them. Is this correct?
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    Very nice.

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    Love it. Just a nice little bit of chatter too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopars View Post
    Nice one! :-)

    Barrel made by:

    Ruhrstahl A.G., Presswerke Brackwede ( near the City Bielefeld)
    Interesting firm for sure. I believe first wire guided missiles were conceived/invented there. Are they still in business? current.JPG

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