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    Default S/42 1937 'm' block

    I've had this one for a bit. It was purchased from another member just after it was exumed from a yard sale purchace. 1937 m block with super clear stock proofs in way over average condition.
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    Default more pic's

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    Default S42 1937

    Very nice rifle RM! I have one just like it (MMB) and it is one
    of my favorites. The walnut stocks with the nice deep markings
    are a real turn-on for me.
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    Beauty of a rifle! Really nice shape, considering it is 1937! This is the year you start seeing the first lam stocks...I have a 1937 "y" block that is in lam, Bruce has an earlier one, a "w" I believe, and another member here posted a "p" block with laminated...so I would guess your "m" is approaching the first of the lams...

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    Default Another early one

    Love these early ones in great condition. I don't understand why we get 1000 views on a bnz 45 and less on these beauties. Thanks for posting.

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    Yes indeed, very nice Radomman, thanks for sharing. Added to the pic sticky reference index.

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    This is about as nice as they get, really a nice rifle.

    I agree with Jack, you can never have too many pictures of such rifles, and these are really good images. It is too bad most do not have such abiltiy and a good camera!

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    I have this same rifle, but in the "y" block with a laminate stock and a mm bolt, matching to itsself. Pristine bore, and excellent blueing. My first attempt at "collecting". I think I'm on the right tract to being a serious collector!

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    Default bump

    I'm bumping this thread so this guy can see what an un-touched 37 dated k98 stock proof layout should look like,,,
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