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Thread: Destroyed G43

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    Default Destroyed G43

    This just needs to be seen by all.....

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/736512530

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugafx4 View Post
    This just needs to be seen by all.....

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/736512530
    I can't believe someone payed money to have that done, frightening. Seller is very optimistic as to its collector condition.

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    WOW!!! Looks like Bubba and Bobbo worked on that one. Seller states "not 100% original". He's correct there. My GOD!

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    NOT a rare German WW II firearm anymore. Not that G43's are rare to begin with.

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    I'm curious how the gas system works? Did they drill a hole in the barrel and install a different style of gas block. If these rifles were already overpowered. I wonder how a shorten gas system would affect the rifle.

    But the seller states "If you are looking for a nice rare WWII rifle, this one could be for you!"
    Last edited by Warrior1354; 7th January 2018 at 06:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior1354 View Post
    I'm curious how the gas system works? Did they drill a hole in the barrel and install a different style of gas block. If these rifles were already overpowered. I how a shorten gas system would affect the rifle.

    But the seller states "If you are looking for a nice rare WWII rifle, this one could be for you!"
    +1..........

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    OMG....... If you are looking for a nice rare WWII rifle, this one could be for you. Please email me with any questions or if you would like more pictures.

    I believe this rifle was reblued, but it was done correctly. This rifle is NOT 100% original, someone put a custom stock on it, but it is a beautiful stock. This would still make an awesome addition to anyone's collection.
    Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet.

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    Wow What a Beauty!!!

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    The stock has been sanded...

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    I like the stock best. A nice piece of wood.

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