Ok, that was a misunderstanding. It's not about what's drawn. My question is who made this drawing and whether there is an similar one from before 1945, e.g. B. from Mauser or other firms that where involved in manufacturing the K98k. The most interesting thing would be to know if there is an source, and which kind of source for this drawing.
Its an East German drawing, and I doubt it was a copy of anything from Mauser. Looks like this is used when fitting new stocks on reworked guns in the 1950s.
Drawing was made by "L.u.J.W". J.W could be for Jagdwaffenwerk, but I'm not sure who this could be. You had the VEB Fahrzeug- und Gerätewerk Simson Suhl in the 1950s and later on the VEB Fahrzeug- und Jagdwaffenwerk "Ernst Thälmann", but I'm guessing "L und JW" was probably an early name for one of the weapons factories in the early 1950s.
Possible, but what we see is an "W" as single Wort. In combination as given on the drawing it makes no sense.Lehr- und Instandsetzungswerkstatt
I’ll have to leave it to those more knowledgable than I to vet its source & authenticity, butThanks for the input.
If there is an similar Mauser drawing i am wondering that it is not found in any literature.
The specifications of the drawing are almost impossible to implement, it would take hours to shaft a system like this. Differences between "fixed" and "loose" seats are conceivable, but almost impossible to implement. Sufficient shafts were available in the GDR - why all this effort? At the time of the drawing, 1952, Wehrmacht material was available in large quantities and was used in the GDR. For me this drawing has a lot of questions.
Also the "L.u.J.W" fits to nothing known, for me as an german citizen all ideas came to this are not logic, sorry.
In the story of the BÜHAG is nothing that fits to this abbreviation.
It was probably ‘busy work’ during the Cold War for good party members……
I enjoyed the colloquial expressions for some of the dimensioned features, even at the risk of misunderstanding them.
Sometimes, language shapes thoughts.