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  1. The K98k Mauser Forum
    First time posting because I never have been in a position like this and am curious about y 'all's opinion. I found a very Bubba'd K98 with AX 41 markings at a price I couldn't say no to and was curious how far gone is too far gone? Would it cost more in parts to restore it than its worth? And...
  2. The K98k Mauser Forum
    I have here a 1939 German Made Mod. 98 Mauser, I am looking for as much input & information I can get about this gun, such as the manufacturer, origin, value etc... Its my grandpas old firearm that he brought home from Germany after fighting in the Battle of Bulge during WW2. All serial numbers...
  3. The K98k Mauser Forum
    Need help figuring out what exactly this is. Any and all information offered up will be much appreciated!!! Thank you, Cynthia
  4. The K98k Mauser Forum
    Greetings, I'll admit I picked up this rifle at auction with not much knowledge of Norwegian k98s. Personally, this is the only one I've seen for sale, so I didn't wanna miss out and not bid. It is all matching with original German numbers besides bolt. Rechambered in 30-06 post-war and Coastal...
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    Whats the best way to store leather slings - I have so far had mine on the rifle but can see some of the leather breaking up - especially at the sharp bend at the front band. Trying to keep an even temp and humidity in my safes. Any advice??
  6. The K98k Mauser Forum
    Picked this up from a older gentleman who says his dad brought it back from ww2, I didn’t really overpay no matter what it is, and I don’t think I really plan on selling, I’m just interested in what I have here exactly. My understanding leads me to believe this came from Waffen Werke Brunn in...
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  8. The K98k Mauser Forum
    Hello all, A relative of mine picked up a lightly sporterized, mostly matching K98k for cheap a few years ago that only had the stock cut down to the barrel band and he's been trying to restore it ever since. The catch is that the K98k is a dot 43 with a 'dot' marked hardwood stock and...
  9. The K98k Mauser Forum
    wanted to see what information i can get for it. It's in a archangel stock and I know that ruins the value but for a shooting rifle and not a collector piece I think its ok.
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