May I ask what that website was?Just found a website that shows you how to disassemble one of these things. Took it apart and cleaned it. None of the parts are numbered but have electric penciled numbers on them however all parts are WaA 214. Where did all those early G43s, K43s, G41s, etc etc come from in the 1960s when you could get them for $30?? Were these Russian Capture rifles maybe? The EP looks Russian. Even the mismatched bolt cover? ( the only other part with a serial number on it ) is even WaA 214.
Here are pictures of some of my guns, the G41(M) included. http://www.gunsofthereich.com/gallery/main.php Give it a sec to load. (edit: actually, it appears my webhost is having issues right now... try a little later)That was your website huh?! Thanks a bunch, without it I would have been lost. I usually got to that www.surplusrifles.com site but for some reason they had just about every gun but this one. What is a G41 M?? I saw a G41 at the Louisville show that had a BOLT in it and it was semi auto. How does that work? Do you have a picture of one? I think I'll start a seperate post on that one.
How early was it?But I have Never never Ever have seen a early G4 3 like mine with the smooth receiver again. Where is that rifle today? Boo Hoo
Do you know when Sarco sold those stocks and for how much? Did they have numbers stamped in them?
Thank you. They're my babies. Got a nice dot44 k98k coming next week too.Chuckd that is an incredible collection WOW!