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Lets see those firearms !

Post by HptmCox » 20 Oct 2003 01:24

Not sure if this is already a topic or not, because I couldn't find it when I searched. But lets see some pictures of the K98's, G43's, MG's and MP's you own. I'm interested in seeing what all people have, thanks for posting!! :) :D

Here's my 1941 dated "CE"(J.P. Sauer und Sohn Gewehrfabrik, Suhl) Luftwaffe stock-stamped rifle. It's about 90% matching, minor things like the screw on the trigger guard and the floorplate, if thats what its called aren't matching but the bolt, reciever, stock, barrel, sights and more are all matched up.
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Post by Matthew » 20 Oct 2003 16:10

My Gew 98. unfortunantly it is deactivated. :(

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Post by stevezz1 » 20 Oct 2003 21:40

Hi Guys,

Here is one of my mp.40.s

Maker is bnz(Steyr) date '42' serial no.2300

Enjoy...................

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Steve.
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Post by SeppCaesar » 20 Oct 2003 23:33

that mp-40....

its a Beautiful Weapon...

8)

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Post by HptmCox » 21 Oct 2003 02:02

You lucky bastard, lol. I want an MP40 pretty bad, but right now a replica is all i can settle for, and I can't even afford that, and it really isnt worth it either. Gun Show this weekend, who know's what will show up, I saw a american-bringback SVT last time, interesting for an American guy, but the germans stole them all. Here is a picture of the 9mm Browning Model 1910 pistol my Grandfather brought back from Germany. From what my great-uncle said, it was a Kriegsmarine Officers pistol. So I'll take his word for it. It came with a 1944 dated black holster, good stuff indeed. Sorry for lack of quality, I need a new camera.
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Post by stevezz1 » 21 Oct 2003 21:45

:D

Thanks guys......

The mp.40 certainly is a good looking weapon.....

I will post some more pics soon.......

Regards,

Steve.

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come on guys

Post by HptmCox » 22 Oct 2003 16:28

I know you people have pictures now lets see em'!

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Post by stevezz1 » 26 Oct 2003 19:08

What, still no other weapons......... :roll:

Here is another one of mine.

This is the VZ.24. The Czech version of the K.98.

By the way....it is for sale....

Regards,

Steve. :D
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My K98

Post by tusken3 » 26 Oct 2003 21:15

Here's my lovley K98, nice n clean, with nice waffen markings
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Post by HptmCox » 27 Oct 2003 03:50

Nice K98's guys. A BNZ is always cool. And I thank you for posting, since no one else has even though I know at least 50% of the members have a WWII gun of some type.

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Post by SeppCaesar » 27 Oct 2003 04:19

I'm debating buying a Kar-98

I could get a 200 one or a 100 one (200 comes near mint and with a cleaning kit, knife, frog ect)

100 one comes chipped but fireable.

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Post by Xavier » 27 Oct 2003 04:29

I envy you guys living in the USA, with all the options available.....

...............snap the 200 dolars one!!.....................................

figure 100 for a mint rifle, plus 20 for the frog and 50 for the bayo, and 20 for the cleaning kit.

is only 10 dolars premium over the other piece.

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Post by cpittman » 28 Oct 2003 01:16

Most of the rifles I have seen that come complete with accessories such as the bayonet and cleaning kit are M48 Yugoslavian Mausers. Many of these were imported into the US in the 90's complete with accessories. They are sometimes misrepresented as WWII German Mausers as they look very similar. $100 or even $200 is cheap for an original German K98. Make sure it has a German maker's code and date stamped on the receiver. There should be some eagles also though they may have been removed after the war.

Chris P.

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Post by HptmCox » 28 Oct 2003 03:34

Yea, try to get some pics and we'll help you out with it. Hell, ALWAYS LOOK FOR WAFFENAMPTS!!! That is a crucial thing to do.

If anyone is interested in possibly purchasing a GebirgsJager Rifle, the short looking K98 with extra metal butt for using as a hiking stick, let me know. One is $1,200, gun matches itself, bolt matches itself, but the bolt doesnt match the gun. However it has the correct hollowed out bolt assembly that is correct for this type of rifle. (hell, $1,200 just because the bolt doesnt match the rest of the gun beats one that is all matching and cost $1,000 more!!!!) The other is $600 because the wood isnt as nice and it uses a K98 bolt not the correct hollowed bolt. Both great deals, just let me know : : : CasonC316@Hotmail.com (if you want more information please let me know) :)

Cason

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Post by stevezz1 » 28 Oct 2003 21:36

Hi All,

Here is another K.98. for viewing.

It is a Mauser (S/27) Dated 1937

Stock marked 'H' for Heer issue-WaA655 denotes Abnahme inspection at
the Mauser/Oberndorf plant.

All matching numbers with cleaning rod.

Pictures do not do it justice.....sorry. :roll:

regards,

steve.
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