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    S/27.G RFV pics
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    S/27.G RFV pics 2
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    RFV buttplate
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    Hambone:
    Beautiful rifle!! And the condition is nearly mint!
    Thanks for posting and pics.
    Bob

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    The closest I can come is a matching pair of original condittion e/280 bands (with the narrow sling bar), serial 7790.

    So, unless the narrow sling bar rolled over into s/27 1936 production, they are from a G date Erma. Somebody is bound to need them...
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    Stunning rifle

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    I've seen this rifle- it even has the original matching cleaning rod! Thanks for pics Ham.
    Order the new K98k book at www.thirdpartypress.com
    Don't forget to visit www.latewar.com for info on late war 98k's.

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    Gorgeous rifle, how rare are these 98's with the RFV or other Government type stampings, I have plenty of pistols with these markings but not rifles.

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    Wonderful rifle Craig!

    They are uncommon, but RFV is far more common than DRP marked "Kar98k" which also exist.

    Most RFV marked 98k recorded are 1934 S&S (the most w/6 rifles), 1935 ERMA and 1936 MO rifles.

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    Gorgeous rifle, how rare are these 98's with the RFV or other Government type stampings, I have plenty of pistols with these markings but not rifles.

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    Nice rifle, the stamps in the wood look like they were done yesterday.

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