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    Default 37 Sauer

    Picked this up from another member, thanks again. Finally got around to taking some pictures the other day. The rifle has some issues, but I still really like it. This is the curious one that was missing the buttplate only, I have a feeling the rifle was shipped home in pieces and the BP somehow lost over time. It was definitely apart at some point as the rear band is on upside down.

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    That's a good looking rifle Clay! Love the stock

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    Love the wood. I have two 37 Sauers, both with nicely figured walnut stocks. Must have been a rush on quality walnut that year.
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    Ha! Thatís awesome, yeah itís interesting to see the range of grades that were used. Iíve got two as well, the other is fairly plain in comparison, love those prewar Sauers!
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    Wonderful rifle Clay congratulations buddy.
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    Thanks Jordan and thanks fellas

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    Nice! I really like the old Sauerís

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    That stock is beautiful, thanks for sharing. My next K98k will be an early/pre war with nicely figured hardwood stock...!
    I like old military rifles and pugs.

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    Beautiful rifle Clay, love the stock on it, congrats!

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