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WWII German K98

Article about: Hey, For people in the states I have not goten a new K98 for a while now. How much do non Russian k98's go for now? non Russians captured? all matching? I am thinking about getting one in fe

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    Hey,
    For people in the states

    I have not goten a new K98 for a while now. How much do non Russian k98's go for now?
    non Russians captured?
    all matching?

    I am thinking about getting one in few moths or so, got save up cash.
    Depends on the price.
    Last edited by Franz1944; 11-22-2010 at 06:47 AM.

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    A lot. My dad's doctor friend got his appraised for 2000.00. His had the matching bayonet, original carry bag, and ammunition. His dad captured it from a factory. Maybe 800.00 to 1000.00 all matching. Non matching 200.00 to 400.00.

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    ok, thanks, i wasn't sure of non russian rifles.

    (sorry)
    Last edited by Franz1944; 11-22-2010 at 06:46 AM.

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    Hey Franz Sorry for late post but just joined forum Recently picked up What I believe to be Romania capture BYF/44 With intact waffenamp markings. Restamped stock on left side but no shellac or bluing on stock or metal. Is kind of a mismatch but for $300 not a bad deal. Keep checking for one like this if supply is better in your area. It was imported by Century I believe. Good luck with search.

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    It ok, i bought a russian capture. I almost bought Romania capture but was little short on cash at the moment. RIght now i eyeing a fully matching k98

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    Quote by Franz1944 View Post
    It ok, i bought a russian capture. I almost bought Romania capture but was little short on cash at the moment. RIght now i eyeing a fully matching k98
    Glad to hear it. Hows the market on Russian captures. Are they still plentiful or drying up. Bought mine in late 90s. Prices at most gun shows on east coast are ridiculous. Wish they would have rebuilt them all with matching parts. TAhanks for answering

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