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    Default 1942 bcd/ar matching

    Finally found what I believe is a correct all matching not late war K98k at a price I was comfortable with. Was really looking for a 1939 to early 1941, but I certainly will not complain about a 1942 duel code bcd/ar. Bore is great stock has some cracking in the lamination. I think this one sat in an attic or closet for many years. Seems unmessed with. These are the sellers pics I will try and get some better ones tomorrow.



    Here is a pic I took in a group shot of what I picked up from FFL today. I have been on a bit of a lucky streak the last 3 weeks. All except K98k were won in a MeWe raffle group. I also won Finn M24 and M91 B Barrel, Remington 541X (listed for sale on trader) as well as .30-06 HXP Spam Can and 1200 round crate of Yugo 7.62x54r. If anyone is interested in raffle group shoot me a PM.



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    What I can see looks good. It should clean up quite nicely.

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    That's a great dual code, although there is some sort of issue with the front end...the front band is to far back, the bayo lug might be slid forward or something, but something is off...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pzjgr View Post
    That's a great dual code, although there is some sort of issue with the front end...the front band is to far back, the bayo lug might be slid forward or something, but something is off...
    I will check that out. Thank you.


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    That really is a great rifle to find, scarce too and very desirable by collectors. As much as we love to see these in pristine condition. I personally love the closet rifles that have been left untouched. With a little bit of patience, bronze wool, ballistol oil, and some TLC this rifle will clean up nicely.

    Glad too see you get a nice one Kurt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior1354 View Post
    That really is a great rifle to find, scarce too and very desirable by collectors. As much as we love to see these in pristine condition. I personally love the closet rifles that have been left untouched. With a little bit of patience, bronze wool, ballistol oil, and some TLC this rifle will clean up nicely.

    Glad too see you get a nice one Kurt!
    I think I was pulling the trigger regardless but your opinion made it definite. Thank you for taking a second look.


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    I thought the serial looked familar, my dual code is 346 SNs later. Almost identical, mine has a left over flat buttplate stock and yours is cupped. (Both are totally right so don't worry).

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread.php?26590-Bcd-ar-42

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    Quote Originally Posted by pzjgr View Post
    That's a great dual code, although there is some sort of issue with the front end...the front band is to far back, the bayo lug might be slid forward or something, but something is off...
    Band spring is present, Looks like the bayo lug is no longer pinned.

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    A nice code to find! Donít come around everyday

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    Quote Originally Posted by sturmgrenadier View Post
    Band spring is present, Looks like the bayo lug is no longer pinned.
    Bayonet lug looks slid forward so maybe pin isnt present. Anyone have an extra pin just in case.


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