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    I came across one the other day. It's a TGF 1950 with an Iraq mark on the receiver. I don't see any EG markings. The gun is 90-95% condition with bluing the same. NON matching numbers. I have been trying to do some research for the past few days and can not find much on what a rifle like this is worth, even ball park value. Anyone have any idea? Thanks in advance. This is the only picture I thought to grab.
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    As a mismatch, about as much as any Czech postwar 98k. They are kind of uncommon, but in well used and mismatched form I would not consider them to be a top tier collectible rifle. I guess just try to imagine what you would want to pay for the rifle if it had no markings in that condition. Maybe add $50 on top of that for the novelty of the tgf marking.
    WTB/WTT: (1)late E/H marked bcd stock either standard or semi-Kriegs; (2)unnumbered late MO Zf-41 stock, Kriegs or standard stock; (3)transitional late unnumbered type dot stock which uses bandspring and has bayo mount but no cleaning rod hole; (4)unnumbered byf standard stock as typically found on some byf 44 K and L block rifles; (5)unnumbered E/H bnz standard stock as typically found on bnz.4 and bnz 44 N, O, and P block rifles; (6)any bnz Kriegsmodell stock either with E/H or without

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    7-800 seem about right in your opinion?

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    Seems high to me.
    WTB/WTT: (1)late E/H marked bcd stock either standard or semi-Kriegs; (2)unnumbered late MO Zf-41 stock, Kriegs or standard stock; (3)transitional late unnumbered type dot stock which uses bandspring and has bayo mount but no cleaning rod hole; (4)unnumbered byf standard stock as typically found on some byf 44 K and L block rifles; (5)unnumbered E/H bnz standard stock as typically found on bnz.4 and bnz 44 N, O, and P block rifles; (6)any bnz Kriegsmodell stock either with E/H or without

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    agreed I have walked away from several mis match TGF 1950

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    Some export went from CS directly to Iraq or Syria probably, so it could have been wout GDR marking.The proofing is later and it was used in CS Army. b.r.Andy

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