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1937 Oberndorf K98

Article about: Hi, this one is from a friend, an ex navy, retired officer. Its live and legalized. Too bad its rusting away in a damp cellar. In spite that, its a portuguese contract with matching numbers

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    Hi, this one is from a friend, an ex navy, retired officer.
    Its live and legalized.
    Too bad its rusting away in a damp cellar.
    In spite that, its a portuguese contract with matching numbers and beautiful to see.
    Well stamped. Its great to smell the history of this beautiful work of art.
    Enjoy.
    Cheers.
    Nuno
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    Why would someone neglect such a fine rifle? It's still a cool rifle regardless of the rust/pitting

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    Hello mate,

    very nice example indeed. This is mine.

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    K.

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    Awesome rifle!

    My Type 38 Arisaka was in similar shape and I was able to bring it back to life! If you'd like tips on how to do the same, don't hesitate to contact me!

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    Hi, does anyone remember the original condition of the k98?
    It has become a recovery project for sometime now.
    Still, not finished......

    Enjoy my work so far.

    Cheers
    Nuno
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    Some more.
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    The last ones, for now.

    Cheers
    Nuno
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    Looking good, Nuno!!

    This project of your reminds me of my two Arisaka projects. It's a wonder what a little TLC can do!!

    What are the laws in Portugal? Can you fire this?

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    Thanks Joe.
    Its looking beautiful, just the way an historic weapon should be.
    Yes, in a range, during an event.
    Inserted in the historic weapons category.

    Cheers
    Nuno

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    Thanks Joe.
    Its looking beautiful, just the way an historic weapon should be.
    Yes, in a range, during an event.
    Inserted in the historic weapons category.

    Cheers
    Nuno
    Excellent, I hope you take that opportunity! It's a real rush to restore a piece of history like this and then hear it ROAR!

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