Here's my HÆR marked norwegian reworked K98K's. These were used by the Home guard, so I've been collecting some uniforms and fieldgear to go along with my rifles. The norwegian M/51 uniform was a copy of the US m1943 uniform, and was used by the Homeguard untill the late 90's. The display shows typical Homeguard kit from the 50's into the 70's. A mix of US, German, British and Norwegian was quite usual. The K98K's (or M/98k - f1 as it's officially named in Norway) were the standard rifle of the Homeguard from the mid-50's (when these were rebarrelled to 30-06 cal.) to 1978, when the last units got AG3's (H&K G3). Some Homeguard units in northern Norway (near the soviet border) got AG3's allready in 1969. Also the Homeguard youths had the M/98k-f1 until 1995.
The top one is a DUV 41 with a zf41 scope. These were the Homeguards first "sniper" rifles. About 300 were reworked, starting on serialnmbr. 150000 and on. The scope that came with my rifle has foggy optics, so I got a repro that sits on my rifle at the moment. I was planning to use it on the roe deers. I just have to figure out how to zero the scope first.
Next is a 42 1940. I got hold of a Energa riflegrenade launcher for this. Made by Mecar in Belgium. I found two different kinds of poaches. With hooks for the US pistol belt, and with a leather loop for the british belts.