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    I purchased these from an estate sale in Germany and wonder what they are. Was this used to clean guns? What is the round brass vessel?
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    Is it a G43 cleaning kit?? Think the bottle is for oil

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    Yugoslavian Mauser M48 oiler.
    Yes, its a rifle cleaning set.
    The round container is for oil, as you say. Two spout variation, so has two compartments - one for solvent and one for oil.
    'NOA' is for the oil, '4NW' is for solvent.
    Yugo Mauser M48 oiler
    Yugo Mauser 24/47 Oil Bottle in The Yugoslavian Mauser Forum Forum
    Oil bottle page (your oil bottle bottom half of page):
    Oil Bottles
    Looks like your set is in fine condition and includes the muzzle protector still finely wrapped.
    Last edited by Scout; 04-02-2012 at 01:14 PM.

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    Good call, I thought it reminded me of a Mosin Nagant cleaning kit I had.

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    Thx. Used Yugo Mauser M48 cleaning set with muzzle protector/guide next to oiler

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    Good call, I thought it reminded me of a Mosin Nagant cleaning kit I had.
    That's what I thought too!

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