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    Exclamation mint bcd4

    I hate to throw this term around but, Once and a while it's true. This was found in mass. And it took a couple tries to get this one hooked. This was as the story was told brought back and was taken out of either a barracks or store room at gustloff werke II. It's unfired and as un-touched as a k98 can be found. Just a little handling filth on the stock.. It will stay there.. Added: This is an a typical gustloff totally subcontracted and assembled there. Also with an oversized 'c' stock. I want to thank my good friend Joe B. for going to pick it up for me!
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    Whoo, that's what you call new Radomman.
    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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    Wow. That's great.

    Ham needs to pic sticky that one.

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    Wow, that's a beauty, and pic stuck, congrats Radomman.

    that is also an example of a stock that should not be touched with Howards or anything else.

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    Thanks for posting. Just sold one in similar condition and the SN is close to this one. How about a right side view of the whole rifle ?

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    Damn! Congrats...

    There is a big difference between 95% & 99.5%. Like coins, really hard to find better than 98%.

    I like the primer paint on the outside of the b-plate and the lighter "E/H" when compared to the stock... that 2nd feature of untouched wood was hit on by Jonathan.

    email => K98@bobinohio.com

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    Just gorgeous! That looks familiar!

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    you're bcd4 long side rail is flat new as well !!!! I'd much rather have that !

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    There are two things that get me aroused....

    This type of wood on a WWII German gun is one

    Jack knows what the other is

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    Wink ??????

    I bet it aint Farb dry humping you while you are passed out drunk !!!!!! His back has not been the same since !!!

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