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    Default BLM G41 e block

    Bought this back in 2005, it was the most expensive rifle I had purchased at the time (4250$). Now it doesn't seem like a lot. Original sling is marked lxh 1943, notice the phosphate steel button on the keeper and the extra stitch along the back of the keeper.
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    here are some more

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    I like it!

    Looks too be a really nice G41 rifle you have. The one rifle I would like too own one day. Most I come across have major problems for alot of money.

    But if you want I will gladly give you your $4250 back haha.
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    thanks warrior. I'll consider your offer��
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    And she's duffle cut behind the lower band. some of the photos may be too large to post
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    Nice rifle! Really neat recoil lug.
    Looking for 10" cleaning rod, early style e/214 #91, nazi style e/26 #04

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    What a wonderful rifle! That probably did seem like a fortune for it in 2005. Thank God someone previously didn't succumb to the urge to 'improve' her. Given the current state of rifle sales I'm pretty sure you can improve on that offer.

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    Thanks for showing her. That is a really nice rifle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger 2 Tank View Post
    Thanks for showing her. That is a really nice rifle!
    This should be stickied for future reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger 2 Tank View Post
    This should be stickied for future reference.
    Thanks a lot guys, let me know if there are any particular photos or close ups people would like to see.

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