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Early 1935 K98k - S/42G

Article about: Hi, Just want to show you guys my latest purchase. An early K98k, stamped S/42G for Mauser, Oberndorf 1935. Also WaA211 markings and K167 inspection marks. The barrel is very good. Regards R

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    Default Early 1935 K98k - S/42G

    Hi,

    Just want to show you guys my latest purchase.
    An early K98k, stamped S/42G for Mauser, Oberndorf 1935.
    Also WaA211 markings and K167 inspection marks.

    The barrel is very good.

    Regards
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    That is in beautiful shape! Nice score.

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    Very good example of the rifle-obviously had a very quiet war!

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    Thanks for the kind words

    Yes, this k98k rifle obviously had a very quiet war - perhaps in Denmark?

    Unfortunately, the stock has been varnished, I will remove this at a later date.

    Regards
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    Fine old German workhorse Mauser! Personally, I don't know if I would bother with the stock-it looks fine just as it is!
    William

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