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      Stan reacted to Jakeman664's post in the thread 7-57 Mauser G33/40 with Like Like.
      G33/40 actions were prized by Bubba (and very high quality gunsmiths) for their lightweight action compared to a standard Mauser 98. The...
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      Stan reacted to Nick S's post in the thread 7-57 Mauser G33/40 with Like Like.
      You need to shoot 7x57 aka 7mm Mauser through that. Though it may be a shame these days, in the days of cheap surplus Mausers this was...
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      Stan replied to the thread 1939 rifle, help please.
      I see a lower sling swivel has added. Are there any modifications to the lower sling band?
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      As the prices of K98ks spiral upward, there will be more human turds humping and more of their turd product washing up for us to issue...
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      Stan replied to the thread What do I have here?.
      That style of bolt numbering has been seen on occasions over the years. I would guess most likely a post war military/police user...
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      Stan reacted to RyanE's post in the thread 42 BCD with Like Like.
      These imports with the peened markings are generally believed to have been exported to the US from Romania. If it has a decent bore and...
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      Stan reacted to heavy_mech's post in the thread 42 BCD with Like Like.
      Also applies to the (I believe) Albanian imports. 'Mostly' matching with mild/moderate peening. Hardly ever shot but carried and...
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      Stan reacted to BigShell's post in the thread 42 BCD with Like Like.
      The Romanians apparently had a real distaste for blued guns and did everything in their power to remove the finish.
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      Stan reacted to chrisftk's post in the thread 1874 ŒWG M71 IG with Like Like.
      Additional pics
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      Stan replied to the thread What do we have here? Byf 44.
      Did Mauser Oberndorf use any of the Gustloff style semi-Kriegsmodell stocks like the OP? Also, are the post war markings East or West...
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      Stan replied to the thread What do we have here? Byf 44.
      The butt plate is numbered and would not have been so during the war. The firing proof also looks to have been peened a bit, also by...
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      Stan replied to the thread K98 finded in Normandie.
      That is normal for 1942 and later production.
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      Stan replied to the thread K98 finded in Normandie.
      Very nice. You have the manufacturer correct, but the code "ar 42" would be 1942 production rather than 1939. In 1939 Mauser Borsigwalde...
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      Stan reacted to heavy_mech's post in the thread Hybrid G33/Turd with Like Like.
      Mitchell's does mountain carbines? :ROFLMAO:
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      Stan reacted to mrfarb's post in the thread Did I do good or strike out? 1939 k98 with Like Like.
      To put it simply, the markings are original, all serials except for the receiver are redone by Mitchell’s Mauser to match. For just...
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