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    more G-24(t)
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    I love that uncleaned stock. Thanks for pics of the important parts.

    You don't need a mint HsC do you ??? LOL

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    I'll add mine to this thread too, and it can be the G24(t) thread. Look, brothers!
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    More- I'm going to adjust the setting to allow 20 pics per post- they should be in one post, not two.
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    Bill , Farb nice rifles. How does cycling the bolts on these rifles compare tp the bent bolt handles on a k98? Looks like it might be easier to work if you were excited or nervous while in combat. I have never cycled a straight bolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by History View Post
    Bill , Farb nice rifles. How does cycling the bolts on these rifles compare tp the bent bolt handles on a k98? Looks like it might be easier to work if you were excited or nervous while in combat. I have never cycled a straight bolt.
    For me it's easier. The vz24 just seems to have a more natural way of handling and cycling the bolt.

    Great pics guys!

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    OK, here's my not as nice, lowly bolt MM. Bought it with a Gew98 bolt in it last year but notioce how close my spare G. 24 (t) bolt is.......
















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    3371940,


    nice rifle pic of the top of the receiver??

    later
    vaughn

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaughn99 View Post
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    nice rifle pic of the top of the receiver??

    later
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