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    Default G.24(t) Value

    What is a fair asking price for a correct walnut stock, matching G.24(t)?

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    You'll really need to post pics of it to get an accurate (or at least more knowledgeable) assessment. That being said, which year? Any residual Czech aspects? Is it a true G.24(t) stock, or a modified Vz.24 stock? Does that match, too?

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    Matching, nice condition, no problems. These factors determine price. Value is $400-$2000. Need pictures.
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    I have some pictures posted of it on this forum, it is a dou 42.

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    Well I would post them here in this thread if you would like a better idea of what it's worth. No clue how long ago it was since you posted it before.
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    pics would help. I'd expect a laminate for a 24(t) dou 42

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob in OHIO View Post
    pics would help. I'd expect a laminate for a 24(t) dou 42
    I'm with bob on that.

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    I just searched his started threads and would assume this is it:

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread....24(t)-pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfsburg View Post
    I just searched his started threads and would assume this is it:

    http://www.k98kforum.com/showthread....24(t)-pictures
    Yes, thank you.

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    There are walnuts in 1942, especially in the h-block. Laminate is far more common though...

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