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Bob in OHIO
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Posted - 05/20/2005 : 10:03:42 PM
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Well, I know there are some latewar collectors here like Mrfarb and others....but for ALL readers, I wonder if a phosphated specimen is more prized when compared to a blued piece?

1) For example, would you rather have a blued or a phosphated byf45?

2) Similarly, is a full or semi-kriegsmodell more prized than standard modell stock?

Thoughts/Comments?

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Bill In Indiana
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Posted - 05/20/2005 : 10:34:45 PM
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Phosphate all the way....they just look so much more business like...(if your business is war) to me. The phosphate 98k's seem to speak to me more.
I Also love the full Krieg's stocks. Something about the "desperate measures" look of them. Plus they do tend to be rarer.


boltactionsforever
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Posted - 05/20/2005 : 10:42:01 PM
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Definately Phospate with full Kreigs stock......

I really like my BNZ45 that has absolutely wonderful black phospate coating with a rough finish blued bolt---the color variations are wonderful....

Also have a bcd 4 5 digit with "clear" phospate coating....most people think these guns just have all the bluing worn off---and makes them worth zip....Boy how I love the uneducated know-it-all gun show vendors!.....

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