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  1. And it has that rare Stainless steel Kar 98 bolt...

    And it has that rare Stainless steel Kar 98 bolt :)
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    If the parts you have are truly all factory...

    If the parts you have are truly all factory matching, no forced matched numbers, then yes, you could sell it to someone who would properly restore it, and get enough to buy a K98k that has been...
  3. On the bolt flat opposite the sn, no acceptance,...

    On the bolt flat opposite the sn, no acceptance, there is what appears to be a very small v, or perhaps it is just a mark on the bolt. I did get some more stock markings and the unit mark that I...
  4. More pictures including an original ammunition pouch

    Included pictures of an original unit marked ammo pouch for the Gew. 71 and 71/84
  5. Another National Arms and Ammunition Co. Gew. 71

    With the interest shown in other posts on these rifles, I thought I would post mine. I picked it up years ago when I had only a passing interest in Imperial arms, and it has been hidden away since. ...
  6. Thread: G24t d block

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    Thanks to a tip from another forum member, I was...

    Thanks to a tip from another forum member, I was able to get a correct stock off of eBay. Hopefully correcting the bolt will not be two difficult, it is a pretty mild bend.
  7. Thread: G24t d block

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    There is the number "2" about 1/4 inch tall...

    There is the number "2" about 1/4 inch tall stamped under the pistol grip, just behind the trigger guard.

    I need to disassemble it to clean, so I will see if there are any other markings inside...
  8. Thread: G24t d block

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    G24t d block

    Picked this up with the same group as the early SM, the DWM and 42 byf I already posted. Like all those this one has issues.

    First, it is in a regular VZ24 stock. I assume an d bock G24(t) would...
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    More pictures

    More pictures
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    byf 42 O block in walnut

    This is another rifle that came from the same group that had the early Standard Modell and the 1915 DWM.
    Overall condition is just good, but all numbers appeared to be matching except the bands....
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    The assembly of Standard Modells in Switzerland...

    The assembly of Standard Modells in Switzerland is pretty well documented. See the copies of original documents on
    page 147 of "Karabiner 98k" Vol. 1 by Karem and Steves
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    DO you know if the transaction referred to an...

    DO you know if the transaction referred to an order to be filled? Or was it referencing an order that had already been filled? That would/could influence probable date of manufacture.
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    How is #64 dated? is it a barrel date?

    How is #64 dated? is it a barrel date?
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    It isn't even a Standard Modell, It is/was a...

    It isn't even a Standard Modell, It is/was a Mauser Banner Modell.
  15. Your very nice rifle does not match up to the...

    Your very nice rifle does not match up to the pictures of the Mauser Banner Modell, because it is not one. It is a Mauser Standard Modell, a similiar but separate model that went into production in...
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    Thanks for the information on the barrel channel...

    Thanks for the information on the barrel channel SN or lack thereof, I had assumed the channels wee always numbered. The information sharing is what makes this forum tops in its class.
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    In the same lot as the above Gew. 98 and the SM I...

    In the same lot as the above Gew. 98 and the SM I posted earlier, I also got a mostly matching byf 42, all matching but the bands, in a walnut stock. A matching metal G24/t that appears to be in a...
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    And now for the gruesome bolt photos

    And now for the gruesome bolt photos
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    Matching, but abused 1915 DWM

    This one came in the same lot as the Standard Modell that I posted in the Weimar section. It appears to be all matching, but someone just had to modify the bolt. I can't actually ID the Sn on the...
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    Pictures comparing the two Blank Sidewall SMs.

    Pictures comparing the two Blank Sidewall SMs.
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    I lost the pictures of my original Blank sidewall...

    I lost the pictures of my original Blank sidewall SM when my computer crashed a few years ago, so I just snapped a few for comparison purposes.
    One similiar mark is the one on the top of the sight...
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    Second set of pictures: The first photo in...

    Second set of pictures:

    The first photo in this set shows the Large and Small banner variations used on the different variations of
    Standard Modells, with large version being used only on the...
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    Blank Sidewall SM, new low SN

    And under the category of: Why would anybody buy that? I present my latest find.

    I have a weakness for Standard Modells in particular and strange items in general. While viewing a pretty large...
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    Early war, mid war, late war, it is really just...

    Early war, mid war, late war, it is really just personal preference. I personally like the prewar and early war dates 1934 to 1940. But they are hard to find in good condition as most saw field use....
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    I don't see any evidence of Polish use on this...

    I don't see any evidence of Polish use on this one. Agree with swjXE, someones attempt at a sporter.
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