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  1. Emilbusch

    New to me K98k crack in barrel (resolved but still good reference if you have an swp45)

    In fact with the method that I describe, only one ring of the old barrel is preserved, where the markings to be preserved are located. The new added barrel retains everything else, chamber, etc...
  2. Emilbusch

    Grips P08 1942

    I just looked through my library and pulled out the excellent book by Darwin WEAVER which explains the use of plastics during the Second World War. The use of fibers is well explained and was used to reinforce the piece. So the presence of cotton fiber in this pad is a good sign? I think? :)
  3. Emilbusch

    Grips P08 1942

    It will seem after cleaning them that it is like a little cord that is inside. Do you know if this mixture of materials was normal on this type of object?
  4. Emilbusch

    Grips P08 1942

    hoping that these new images can help
  5. Emilbusch

    Grips P08 1942

    Thank you for this first analysis. Here are some other photos to confirm your opinion.
  6. Emilbusch

    Grips P08 1942

    Hello everyone, it is with pleasure that I present to you here a pair of grips that we find on the P08 pistols. This pair of grips presents the same details as the photos of the original grips that I observed. I will be very grateful for your opinions! I was able to observe fibers caught in the...
  7. Emilbusch

    zf41 scope can question

    I confirm what Nigromontanus writes, I also have two numbered beige boxes. With capital letter
  8. Emilbusch

    zf41 scope can question

    Hello everyone, There are many variations in the evolution of ZF41 boxes which correspond to manufacturing simplifications. I have studied these different versions a lot, it will be a pleasure to share my information on the forum, I will make a post soon. The green box tube disappears before the...
  9. Emilbusch

    New to me K98k crack in barrel (resolved but still good reference if you have an swp45)

    For the safety of your rifle, I advise you to call a weapons test bench, if you have something similar at home. Here in France, we have an official organisation who tests weapons. They carry out tests with deliberately overloaded ammunition in order to validate safety.
  10. Emilbusch

    New to me K98k crack in barrel (resolved but still good reference if you have an swp45)

    Hello, this looks like a barrel change having retained a piece of the original barrel to keep the markings.The new tube is then sleeved into the old one.A friend had this operation done to retain the markings of the original barrel but while replacing the original tube which was worn/defective...
  11. Emilbusch

    passed on a byf44 zf41 today…

    And the left side:
  12. Emilbusch

    passed on a byf44 zf41 today…

    Hi everyone, I have a rather negative opinion on the cut. The curves seem too abrupt to me . Lower comparison photos with original stock, rounding is lighter
  13. Emilbusch

    Question about 98k wood finish

    Thank you for your help and response.
  14. Emilbusch

    Question about 98k wood finish

    Hello, I browsed many topics on the forum and used Google search. Most topics deal with botched restoration correction methods or modern methods to refresh a stock without distorting it. But the subject of my question was; does it exist traces of the methods used at Mauser? Do we know how they...
  15. Emilbusch

    Question about 98k wood finish

    Hello everyone, I am opening this post to find out if the finishing of 98k woods at Mauser during the Second War is documented anywhere. I would like to know the treatment that was applied on raw wood from stock. Would anyone know? Thank you in advance for your help in my research. Alex
  16. Emilbusch

    "correct" scope for unnumbered Zf41 mounts

    Thanks for the feedback. It was a question. I didn't know that byf 45 had full-kriegsmodell stocks. So, when did they appear?
  17. Emilbusch

    "correct" scope for unnumbered Zf41 mounts

    Thank you for your information. Are you sure there was no 98k zf41 after byf45? (98k zf41 code svw) I found in Germany a 98k full Kriegsmodell wood with the zf41 cut. This wood was used on an SVW-MB.The theory: either the French had 98k zf41s built to use existing stock parts and enrich their...

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