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    Thank you Aaron. I rather assume the stock is from a 1937 Oberndorf, I wish the block would be visible at the bottom of the serial number.

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    The serial number alone was very difficult to get to show on camera, needed very specific lighting. I'll see if I can find letter block once I'm home. Under the BP is near jet black and is very rough, no markings left intact.
    22, have been collecting for four years, looking for bnz45 bolt and stock + front km band, dou45 stock and bands, S/42 1937 stock, Parts for the following: bnz41, byf44, bnz.4, dou45

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    Do you need more for your research?

    Also has anyone figured out what the “P” stands for on the lower grip area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strnge View Post
    Do you need more for your research?

    Also has anyone figured out what the “P” stands for on the lower grip area?
    Yes, every data is important for our research and it would be great if you share yours.

    Here is a thread about the "P" marking: Link

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    I still haven’t gotten any pics of the Erma I mentioned months ago but here are some pics of my 1941 Mauser Berlin rifle. Serial is 8260 C, P marked on the keel, 2 2 1941 stock date, Kr supplier code.

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    Hi Stephan-

    243 1940
    Sn 7588 g
    Under buttplate 1 4 40 Kr
    "P" under stock grip

    Interesting thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom H View Post
    Hi Stephan-

    243 1940
    Sn 7588 g
    Under buttplate 1 4 40 Kr
    "P" under stock grip

    Interesting thread
    That's interesting, as only yesterday I picked up my new K98 and it's only a few thousand in number after your's but I've just looked under the buttplate and the stock is completely unmarked?

    Mine is:
    243 1940
    Sn 9282 g
    And is also a "P" under the stock grip.
    It's appears to be all matching except the bolt, although the buttplate has some funny markings on it, and upon taking it off it has a '41' stamped on the inside, so guessing the buttplate may not be original either.

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    Following on from my post above, I pulled it apart today to see if there were any markings inside.

    It looks like it a Br code in the barrel channel, but can't see any completion date codes anywhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeeRam View Post
    ..can't see any completion date codes anywhere?
    Possibly lightly struck in this area? Looks like there might be something there but I'm not the best at these games. barrel channel.jpg
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