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    Default K98k sling oub.

    Late war, untouched, unissued, with unremoved frosch as from the factory, protective grey paint still on button stud. Never on rifles or taken apart, Vet bringback with a bag of straps and rare new in wrap NSKK belt buckles with original tags.
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    oub. - Anton Jelinek & Sohn, Leder-Fabrik, Gross-Meseritsch

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    Last edited by Hambone; 07-07-2011 at 11:56 AM.

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    Default Wow

    Quit hoarding and sell me one........

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    Nice untouched original slings. I'll shoot some comparitive pics of my oub. slings.
    Order the new K98k book at www.thirdpartypress.com
    Don't forget to visit www.latewar.com for info on late war 98k's.

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    N.I.C.E.

    Interesting on the grey paint as protective...
    Pic is from a December '44 byf
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    email => K98@bobinohio.com

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velk%C3...AD%C4%8D%C3%AD

    Gross-Meseritsch (German pronunciation) lederfabrik (leather maker) is 48km (29 miles) from Brno.

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    Gourgeous, Craig.

    I have a late Cz27, and the black cowhide holster is marked "oub" on the inner flap, a common maker for German manufactured Cz27 holsters - for obvious reasons.

    That is some nice leather.

    Jeff
    Collecting latewar K98k rifles and snipers and scopes, and WWII German 6x30 binoculars.

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    Hi Ham,

    Great slings. Greaaaat slings!

    I know that 'ou.b.' was a code, but its a wierd coincedence that the town is situated between the rivers of the
    Oslava and Balinka.
    Auf Deutsch ist Oslava und Balinka,or o.u.b.


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