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Article about: Hi Annoyed from this ads?   Can you please identify a rifle bolt on left side ....the mauser is just for example. Many thanks. Sašo

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    Hi

    Can you please identify a rifle bolt on left side ....the mauser is just for example.

    Many thanks. Sašo
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    Looks like an Austrian Steyr M95 bolt......Pete......oops,I`m wrong.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    One on the right appears to be a K98 bolt.
    The other one I have seen but can't quite place it? Maybe carcano?

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    Steyr's were straight bolts. Although the cocking handle on rear does look like a Steyr.
    Steyr M95 Bolt Disassembly & Reassembly | Welcome to SurplusFirearm.com

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    Drop them in some vinegar for 2 too 3 days. This will break up the rust and maybe see some more proofs on it.

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    It`s a German model 98/40.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Bingo!

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    Great ZW!!

    Mystery resolved. I have an suspicius that was an member of Mauser family .

    Thanks a lot boys !!

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    Hello mate,
    It is for the German 98Az which was a shorter version of the Gew 98 which was the standard German infantry rifle in WW1.
    This was used by the "Storm Troopers" who were specialist troops at the time who used to move quickly to exploit weak points in defences. They carried this rifle as it was much easier to used in confined trenches and you would also see them carrying lots of stick grenades which they would throw and follow up straight away after they exploded.
    Regards
    Jim

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