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Article about: I could propably get it for 280 euros. Is it worth the price? Can you tell if it's actually German used ww2 mauser from these crappy pictures? I'll try to get better pictures. The seller sai

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    I could propably get it for 280 euros. Is it worth the price? Can you tell if it's actually German used ww2 mauser from these crappy pictures? I'll try to get better pictures. The seller said there's an swastika on top of lock. It is deactivated with the older method.

    Thank you!
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    Can't tell. It looks like a large ring WWI??
    just by the non bent bolt handle and cleaning rod. very hard to say.
    Or a Norwegian mauser. Any markings on it???


    john
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Besides the Swastika on top of the lock, I've heard of none.

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    Still Not sure.


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Looks like Chinese Chiang Kai Shek to me......File:Kampfer's Chiang Kai-shek Rifle.JPG - Wikimedia Commons
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Could be German CZEK G24T put into use using captured CZEK parts but no ring or disk in buttock so mauser made so many rifles for other countries not standard k98k. timothy

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    This is a Chinese copy of the German Standard Modell rifle,here is a picture of the swastika on it.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Really needs better pics,ive got about 10 different Mausers...could well be the Chinese copy " Zhongzheng" Type 24 Jiang Jieshi,..straight bolts on Mausers go back a bit,ive got a nice early Turkish one..personally i think its a far more exotic item being the Type 24 made under contract of a modified version of the Gewehr 98

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    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    Can't tell. It looks like a large ring WWI??
    just by the non bent bolt handle and cleaning rod. very hard to say.
    Or a Norwegian mauser. Any markings on it???


    john
    Just wondering, what did you mean when you said "Norwegian Mauser"? The only mausers we had were original German ones converted to .30-06 postwar...
    Best Regards

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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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    Quote by Finnlander View Post
    I could propably get it for 280 euros. Is it worth the price? Can you tell if it's actually German used ww2 mauser from these crappy pictures? I'll try to get better pictures. The seller said there's an swastika on top of lock. It is deactivated with the older method.

    Thank you!
    What a coincidence, im currently restoring one, on my free time.
    Cheers
    Nuno

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