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Thread: S/42 1936

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    Default S/42 1936

    Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet.

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    looks nice... not an easy rifle to find in this condition..

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    a bit worn but fairly priced in today's market.
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    Some pictures are blurry. Cannot really tell is everything matches. 5 areas where their are numbers he does not picture. I asked for them to be posted to no avail. He states it is all matching. Ya, well..... prove it.
    I have a feeling there may be replacement parts.

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    It's in my home state and just a little too far to take a casual drive just to look... 10 years ago Id be in the car already...

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    Default S/42 1936

    Bad bolt...end of story

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    You are spot on / I see it now
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    First off, the cocking piece is actually 2660 and the bolt shroud is 4661 so even if I didn't think the root was reworked it's still not "All parts are matching down to the capture screws". Since the rifle is 4862 I'm pretty sure that qualifies as not matching? Nice catch Bruce!

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    It certainly makes me wonder if these guys are this type of liar in person. Like lie right to your face? Sure seems like it.

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    Default S/42 1936

    There is alot of "hide the weenie" when it comes to many of these auctions that describe the
    gun as 100% matching and correct.

    Just amazes me on how much crap is mixed in with the good stuff.

    For the novice, its a total minefield and only point I can make is learn and if not sure ask questions.
    Both on this forum and over on our site, there are resources available to separate the "weed from the chaff".

    Sorry for the oblique metaphors but on a roll...LOL.

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