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    Default S/42G K167 Mauser

    Just wanted to no if any of you guys every seen a stock like this? Got this gun when i
    was 8 years old in 1968. marking are S/42G K167
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    Its had the wood cut down to make it lighter to carry for hunting[sporterised],also looks reblued from the poor photo,also wrong stock [finger groove]
    This all hurts its value.More hi Quality photos are needed

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    Thanks man, ill get some more pictures tomorrow. it was like this when we
    got the gun in 1968.

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    Finger grooves, no hole in the stock for a sling. Not a German military issued stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunKraut View Post
    Finger grooves, no hole in the stock for a sling. Not a German military issued stock.



    I'm thinking it may have been a Gew 98 stock originally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    I'm thinking it may have been a Gew 98 stock originally.
    I could be way off due to lack of pictures, Iím kind of seeing one of those Spanish Civil War used Sporter Gewehr 98. There also doesnít seem to be any barrel protruding past the front sight (from what I can see). Again, Just a different guess.
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    Here's a few Photo's. Thanks again
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    A Spanish Mauser with German rear sight parts, and possible sportered Gew 98m stock added. Very possible a 1960's Interarms creation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    A Spanish Mauser with German rear sight parts, and possible sportered Gew 98m stock added. Very possible a 1960's Interarms creation.
    I agree. Seems to be a interarms frankenmauser. The black paint kind of solidifies it. Not much collector value. But a good handy rifle.


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    here another marking on the bolt.
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