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I have a DOU 42 98K Kurz Mauser Rifle.The rifle has G.24 (t) this is located on the side of the receiver where normally MOD. 98 is. This gun has orig. finish. Has no modifications. Does anyone have any information on this gun ?Steve 205-594-7221
 

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I know they are rare and desirable and if in unmolested condition, quite valuable...
 

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He says its a 98K Kurz rifle---what does that mean, exactly. A K98k. or just a 98 karbiner, of some sort? Made in 1942 the reciever is certain for a G 24(t) but it could be a post war make over configured like a K98k. The Czechs did allot of that sort of thing, using parts ans rifles on hand to make up K98k type rifles for export. But the '98K Kurz' model is very confusing as there is no such model.
 

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He says its a 98K Kurz rifle---what does that mean, exactly. A K98k. or just a 98 karbiner, of some sort? Made in 1942 the reciever is certain for a G 24(t) but it could be a post war make over configured like a K98k. The Czechs did allot of that sort of thing, using parts ans rifles on hand to make up K98k type rifles for export. But the '98K Kurz' model is very confusing as there is no such model.
Must be confusing his terminology. "Kar98k" means "(Kar)abiner 98 (k)urz". Maybe renea650 will come back and post photos of his rifle so we will know exactly what he has? Then we can help.
 
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