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    Default Question: "BK" marked slings

    Iv'e read K98 slings marked "BK" are post war Yugo.
    Northridge International has these. Called and asked them and they were adamant they are WWII German production. At $69.95 I assumed this was the "deal to good to be true". Would/could any of you confirm this please?
    Also they had "the last WWII German K98 sight hood". It has two holes on each side. That can't be correct?
    Appreciate all the knowledge here. Many thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnguy62 View Post
    Iv'e read K98 slings marked "BK" are post war Yugo.
    Northridge International has these. Called and asked them and they were adamant they are WWII German production. At $69.95 I assumed this was the "deal to good to be true". Would/could any of you confirm this please?
    Also they had "the last WWII German K98 sight hood". It has two holes on each side. That can't be correct?
    Appreciate all the knowledge here. Many thanks in advance!
    It is NOT correct, Neither item is of German production
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    Yeah, if northridge says itís original, itís not.

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    Absolutely, 100% post-war Yugoslavian. 'BK' is the Serbian Cyrillic abbreviation for what is also seen as VK = Voina Kontrolla, or 'Military Control (Inspection).'
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    I believe the hoods with the holes in the side are Israeli.

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