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  1. The K98k Mauser Forum
    I have a Yugo M48 ,chambered in 8mm Mauser, that cracked its' recoil lug, cracked a piece of the stock off, and sheared the rear trigger guard screw. I have a new recoil lug in place now, it is snug and has no play in the stock, and a new rear trigger guard screw. My question is, how should I...
  2. Workbench Forum
    I have a Yugo M48 ,chambered in 8mm Mauser, that cracked its' recoil lug, cracked a piece of the stock off, and sheared the rear trigger guard screw. I have a new recoil lug in place now, it is snug and has no play in the stock, and a new rear trigger guard screw. My question is, how should I...
  3. Mannlicher, Steyr & Blackpowder Cartridge Rifles
    I picked up two Gew. 88's that'd been hanging on the wall of an antique shop since the dawn of time, both Spandau's, one made in 1889 and the other in 1895. They have the typical problems; coated in gunk, missing bolt, rusted barrel jacket, but the biggest glaring problem is the amount of wood...
  4. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Hi folks, New to the board here. I'm writing to ask for help/advice about a scope mount plate which was broken in shipping. I purchased this 1944 91/30 from Gunbroker after years of looking for one. Somehow, UPS managed to break off the thumbscrew and a small attaching piece, rendering the...
  5. Workbench Forum
    Just purchased a little over a dozen Turkish mausers and they all have basically every crack/split in the stocks and handguards that you could imagine. Some terrible and some not so bad. Does anyone know of any links to some old threads on crack repair tips and tutorials? Theres a ton when I...
  6. Military Handgun Forum
    I recently bought a Frommer Stop. It is in pretty good shape for being 100 years old (1920 serial number) but it is missing its ejector. The ejector spring is in place and intact BUT I am very concerned about breaking it. I need to remove the spring to install the new ejector from Jackfirst...
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