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Thread: Jaegerspende Zielvier with SSR

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    one more picture of the same K98 without the stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amberg View Post
    Stan, looks like you have use for a nice scope from the Jaegerspende.
    Got a nearly new Kahles this week. But that is an expensive scope.
    Yes, I am looking for that mount some nice scope
    What do you mean expensive scope
    I am going to celebrate birthday very soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    one more picture of the same K98 without the stock.
    Xavier
    Can You show a Pic of the Stock Relief from Inner Side and Top Down or from Above.
    A few Questions for You . I ask for Comparison so I can see if it is similar to My SSR

    1. Is the Stock Matching to Barreled Rec.
    2. Was the Sling Hook ground off on Front Band
    3. Is Rear Band Numbered to Rifle or Armorer Replacement
    4. Was the Original Rear Sling Swivel Hole filled with Wooden Plug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    Hello guys,
    do you think that those two SSR mounts type 3 would be historically correct on that Mauser Banner ?
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    Xavier
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    IMHO , Your SSR is Very Possible to early for type 3 Base . I have in my collection a Banner 1934 Standard Model Conversion Ser#B76652 that is 100% Completely Matching and its has Type 2
    Base . Best Regards .

    Let me add You have a Very Nice SSR there .
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauser99 View Post
    yes a donation would be a "no dollar" transaction. Not sure what donation with compansation is actually called.

    ADDED; here are examples of u.s. attempts to get people to loan binos to the navy.
    Thanks for showing.

    According to German law, loan/lend is with no payment/compensation. In contrast, renting and leasing is with compensation.

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    I think I found the cause for the confusion.
    At the end of 1942 Hitler required that 3.000 of the usable riflescopes are to be confiscated by the Reichsjägermeister (Göring) from huntsmen. But Göring has counted on the helpfulness of his hunters and renounced confiscation. The OKW estimated the need at 3.000 riflescopes. Already in March 1943, the OKW announced that the demand was covered with donated/paid for scopes.

    But already in late June 1943 Hitler decided otherwise.
    From: US National Archives, T-73, roll no. 179

    Führer-Besprechung, June 26, 1943 on the Obersalzberg:
    The riflescopes useable for the Army shall be withdrawn (confiscated) from the hunters.


    I suspect that we are talking about two different processes.
    First, a voluntary hand over (pre March 1943)
    Second, a confiscation (after June 1943)

    Thanks
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    Great information Amberg. Thanks for sharing!

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    Recently picked up another Jägerspende scope, now that I'm aware of this thread I thought it should be shared in here too.
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