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  1. Thread: Czech VZ33

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    I bought one of those for $200.00 and had no idea...

    I bought one of those for $200.00 and had no idea what it was worth so put it on GB (2007) with a $900.00 reserve
    It sold for over $2300.00.
    Mine did not have the sling

    All matching 16-33 for...
  2. Thread: S/237 1936

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    In early 2008 I found a BMM 37 Luby on GB. The GI...

    In early 2008 I found a BMM 37 Luby on GB. The GI who brought it back gouged out the swastikas and abused the rifle. The bore was smooth and the stock was banged up but what I was looking for was a...
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    Stock numbered? Did they do that at Styer in...

    Stock numbered?

    Did they do that at Styer in 45?

    With a wrong bolt and a bad one at that he might have helped his cause by finding a matching to itself bolt rather than the abortion shown, IMO
  4. Thread: CE 42

    by Wulfmann
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    I agree, look at the 2 compared to the receiver...

    I agree, look at the 2 compared to the receiver SN.

    Is it possible it was an odd strike angle?
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    And, one of those very rare late war flat butt...

    And, one of those very rare late war flat butt plate stocks.:confused:
  6. Thread: byf 43

    by Wulfmann
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    The so called reproduction stock appears to be an...

    The so called reproduction stock appears to be an Israeli
  7. Thread: 147 1939

    by Wulfmann
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    Agree W If for some unexplained reason this...

    Agree W

    If for some unexplained reason this was a matching stock that for some unexplained reason had the wrong take down one would think the seller would be showing the stock SN to prove that.
    ...
  8. Extremely rare "Swiis M96 6.5X55 caliber rifle

    https://www.gunbroker.com/Item/816255832

    Or just a common Swede M96 one of those :cool:
  9. Thread: BEWARE

    by Wulfmann
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    Honesty is commendable price not so much. I...

    Honesty is commendable price not so much.

    I wouldn't mind getting that for $500.00 shipped as a shooter
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    I had a very nice BNZ 4(4) all metal matched no...

    I had a very nice BNZ 4(4) all metal matched no questionable anything except the stock was an unnumbered BCD very much like this one

    I put it on GB and got right at $1,000.00 for it (Can't...
  11. Thread: Really ?????

    by Wulfmann
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    Thanks, I believe it is in better shape than the...

    Thanks, I believe it is in better shape than the poor pictures show but without better pictures its hard to say for sure.

    Don't understand how on a high dollar gun seller does not do better on pix
  12. Thread: Really ?????

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    Educate me please. This looks like a nice...

    Educate me please.

    This looks like a nice G/K43 sniper.
    I don't see anything wrong with it. Is it that $6.5K is too high you say Really???? about???

    Even if it was priced right I have no...
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    36 S/147 match but stock replaced (LAM)

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/792047184

    Barrel was replaced & Nazi Eagle proofed. Stock replaced with laminate and a few minor parts not matching.

    Claims its a rebuild.
    I know they replaced...
  14. Thread: Goodbye $1400

    by Wulfmann
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    Mitchell Mauser so it must be authentic as in...

    Mitchell Mauser so it must be authentic as in Authentic Mitchell Mauser

    What bolt is that? Not a K98k bolt.

    At least it is a duv
  15. Not just on the eastern front. Omar Bradley gave...

    Not just on the eastern front. Omar Bradley gave orders to kill any sniper that surrendered. We even took movies of them walking up with their hands up and we kill them on the spot. Bradley was...
  16. Thread: 37 Erma

    by Wulfmann
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    Thanks for the explanation. My ignorance is vast

    Thanks for the explanation. My ignorance is vast
  17. Thread: 37 Erma

    by Wulfmann
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    37 Erma

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/793440661

    Check out the upper band and is that a VZ24 front site?

    Bolt numbers look humped
  18. Thread: byf42

    by Wulfmann
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    Wow, that stock looks good enough to be a...

    Wow, that stock looks good enough to be a Mitchell's Mauser.

    Gun has been refurbed or cleaned up on a buffer at the least.

    Magpies love shiny things
  19. 1943 parade rifle? Someone refer me to a...

    1943 parade rifle?

    Someone refer me to a German army parade from 1942 on. (Not counting the very fast Falaise Gap parade back to Germany)

    Seriously?

    Might as well say a 1946 proofed K98k...
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    I would and have. I am sure there are many here...

    I would and have.
    I am sure there are many here when they found out something was not right made it right

    This seller was presented with indisputable facts and chooses to allow this sale to...
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    I emailed the seller and told him a Czech proofed...

    I emailed the seller and told him a Czech proofed rifle was a post war rifle. This was his response:

    Hi, I agree with you and have had plenty of these guns over the years, but this one is a little...
  22. Thread: byf 41

    by Wulfmann
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    K block would likely be around April 1941....

    K block would likely be around April 1941. Doesn't the flat butt plate seem wrong?
    I know it is possible and OK but normally wouldn't this have a cupped butt plate?
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    Most of this rifle was made in 1945, the parts...

    Most of this rifle was made in 1945, the parts that were, never became a whole rifle.
    The war ended and this was parts here and there at Brunn.
    The Czechs started assembling what parts they had...
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    These retailed for $200.00 or so not so long ago....

    These retailed for $200.00 or so not so long ago. Nothing but post war put together K98ks.

    Very nice shooters but apparently now valuable to those who do not know anything by those willing to...
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    Back to the OP topic the same sell of this...

    Back to the OP topic the same sell of this obviously very rare 978KB is selling an equally rare Russian 1895 Mauser

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/790946537

    Unfortunately Bubba has done a...
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