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    Default First K43 1944 Walther

    I purchased this one from HWRLN list and it just arrived in the mail. After receiving funds it shipped quickly and was packaged well. When i unpacked the magazine first and saw how nice it looked, i had high hopes, as i pulled off the bubble wrap it just got better. it's all matching and a nice rifle for a first K43. As I am not the expert here, i will let the pictures. tell the story.

    PS, i am not sure what happened to the first picture but it you click on the pic, it flips rightside up
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    What letter block, and is this the rifle?

    $3,250 Scarce Late War Production Walther AC44 K43 in excellent condition. All matching serial numbers, original factory blue and phosphate is 98%, the bore is excellent bright shiny and sharp ,the original matching numbered laminated stock is excellent with sharp cartouches. The rifle comes with original sight hood, cleaning rod, an aye marked K43 magazine, and a sling. Overall extremely nice example of an scarce late war production Walther K43 with all correct features. 45263

    email => K98@bobinohio.com

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    The bolt doesn’t have one. May be NLB

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    nice rifle...having a #'d stock I would expect it to be earlier than an N block. I think stock numbering was phased out in the M block ? going off memory.

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    This one is an n block rifle.

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    yes, that is it

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