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    Lot Of Muzzle Covers - A Few Unknown

    The one on the bottom might be polish. Are there any markings on it.
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    Polish contract Walther PPK

    Thank you very much for this information. I learned something new, I had no idea about.
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    Polish contract Walther PPK

    Are there any documents or records that say about this variant and Polish military ordering them?
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    Imperial German/Polish/Nazi Rework Gewehr 98

    Very nice rifle overhauled at Radom factory. It needs bayonet like this.
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    Polish contract Walther PPK

    G2 in an oval was a proof used by Polish army military inspector cpt. Gadomski in Radom factory, who was approving weapons produced there. Interesting and strange to see that proof on a pistol made in Germany, not at Radom factory. It wasn’t a general military acceptance proof, but in-house one...
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    Polish Mauser research

    There were a few crazy people in Polish pre war army that held high positions and made stupid decisions and had weird ideas. One of the higher generals wrote a paper in late 30’s arguing superior position of cavalry lance over pistol. Not everything was following logic
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    G41 price

    That price will surely set a new threshold for dealers
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    Polish Model 98a

    Early Warsaw made long rifles that originally had ww1 style rear sight, had that sight changed to a new style like on later wz98a rifles during refurbishment process. That’s why you can see those rifles with sights typical to later production guns.
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    G41 price

    What is so special about it except price?
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    Polish 1923 W98

    Very rare rifle. First year of production, less than 10 thousand made. It went through refurbishment as indicated and it was fitted with new Radom barrel.
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    Polish K98

    That triangular marking on the stock is FB in a triangle, same as on Radom pistol grips. It is a Radom factory logo. Stocks were marked like this when sent from factory to refurbishing arsenals to be used as replacement. Does that stock or its butt plate have any serial number? I have...
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    Polish Model 98a

    Very interesting rifle, Those were typically refurbished in this fasion in Warsaw Armory (ZW) around 1937 to be sent to Spain. That one seems different however. Receiver doesn't look like German WWI with its typical proofs and markings, and neither like Polish. Maybe it is, but with completely...
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    Polish used and refurbished French Berthiers

    3 Polish Berthiers. They were most likely bought by Poland from France during Polish-Russian war 1920-1921. Poland didn't manufacture any weapons at that time yet and all they had were either WWI leftovers or purchases. Later in 1936 these rifles went through refurbishing process in Warsaw...
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    Period turret photo from Spielauer book

    When you look at that picture and take a note of partially visible shoulder board, this officer is at least a major, possibly even colonel. Most likely staged photo of a higher ranking officer trying and aiming sniper rifle. Maybe one of his soldiers’ during an inspection or troop visit.

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