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    Default RADOMMAN'S BNZ 43 plain ss contract.

    This one I sniffed out and it took about a year to get it done.. A straight up ss contract bnz43 no letter block. This one is void of all markings and proofs on the receiver.
    Possibly a radom receiver partialy finished. The one has the roughest finish of any I;ve seen,. The trigger guard loop is also the crudest one ive seen as well. Bnz 43 receivers can be forund in various stages of finishing. The forward half usually shows a turned look and the rest a bumpy lathing or griding pattern..I've used lathes and it's rather difficult to get that pattern unless you are ruthless with the tool pit. That hopping can be achieved when the tool bit gets dull and its having problems cutting the metal. Most bnz43 receivers show this but, the next step seems to be taking it down on a large sanding belt. As those marks are evedent on most receivers where these bumbs are knocked down in most cases. This one may of missed that step. I tried to capture the roughness of these parts..I have already posted the barrel code in the ss contract section mr.farb..
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    Too bad you can't see the barrel code.
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    Very nice thanks for sharing! ive always like the rough finish on the receiver...have not seen a TG like that though

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    Missed one of these on GB with a cheap BIN a few years back. I was unsure about the lack of markings. Beeswick snagged it. You might remember that rifle.

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    Great rifle, pic stickied!

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    Nice rifle

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauser99 View Post
    This one I sniffed out and it took about a year to get it done.. A straight up ss contract bnz43 no letter block. This one is void of all markings and proofs on the receiver.
    Possibly a radom receiver partialy finished. The one has the roughest finish of any I;ve seen,. The trigger guard loop is also the crudest one ive seen as well. Bnz 43 receivers can be forund in various stages of finishing. The forward half usually shows a turned look and the rest a bumpy lathing or griding pattern..I've used lathes and it's rather difficult to get that pattern unless you are ruthless with the tool pit. That hopping can be achieved when the tool bit gets dull and its having problems cutting the metal. Most bnz43 receivers show this but, the next step seems to be taking it down on a large sanding belt. As those marks are evedent on most receivers where these bumbs are knocked down in most cases. This one may of missed that step. I tried to capture the roughness of these parts..I have already posted the barrel code in the ss contract section mr.farb..
    Got one myself,bnz 43 no wAa only on the handguard wich is 623? very hard to see,stock matches the rifle sn
    Last edited by bjarne; 09-04-2013 at 03:26 PM.

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    Very nice rifle, looks like a great collection you have in the background too.
    I love when someone has a passion for firearms, it really shows in the quality of their collection.
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    That's an awesome rifle! Thanks for posting. I need to find one like that.
    Looking for 10" cleaning rod, early style e/214 #91, nazi style e/26 #04

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjarne View Post
    Got one myself,bnz 43 no wAa only on the handguard wich is 623? very hard to see,stock matches the rifle sn
    bump.....................

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