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Thread: G24[t]

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    Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet.

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    Matching?,many pictures but no pictures of the bolt number.

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    There's a reason for that over sight
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    Picture 33, is that the bolt number? There is an earlier picture of the top of the bolt root, not a closeup but it does not look like it is marked. Looks like a really nice rifle, closet fresh, but I donít know much about them. If I am missing something please let me know.

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    More pictures added including bolt number pic 33,shame about the rust on the reciever

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    Quote Originally Posted by a j s View Post
    More pictures added including bolt number pic 33,shame about the rust on the reciever
    Good and that rust looks to be mostly surface crud
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    this rifle will clean up nicely and is starting to take off. Its serial numbered like some of these seem to be. Its a late one.... killer example IMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauser99 View Post
    this rifle will clean up nicely and is starting to take off. Its serial numbered like some of these seem to be. Its a late one.... killer example IMHO

    That is what I thought.

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    Interesting... I love reading old threads when our forum was really clicking back then. I do remember the lengthy discussion on fully numbered g24t's but, didn't recall
    the serial # of the exact rifle..

    My memory isn't as good as it once was..


    So Gerard bought it from the woodwork in 2012 I know he got out of the hobby at least 3-4 years ago. Not sure who he sold it to ?? But lock stock and barrel is just an auction house so someone
    consigned it..

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