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Anyone ever have one of these puppies.

Got one in the last batch of consighment arms and know next to nothing about it.

P series serial number.

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Check for an import mark!

I have a P-series VZ-24 with a 1938 date code, however, it was in a batch that Century imported from Romania (63K range). The lower the number the more likely it was to have gone to Japan
 

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dear and serial

This one is a 1937 and is serial P30070

It has a goofy looking bayonet adapter pinned to the standard Mauser bayo bar to allow the Type 30 Bayonet to fit (with an enlarged ring).

Very strage looking rifle.

It's part of the milsurp collection that I am consigning at the moment and I'm wondering if the owners price of $1000 is out of line or not.

I've never heard of a Japanese VZ-24 until seeing this one

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If the receiver, barrel, bolt, & stock are matching, I would think that price to be fair. Extremely rare rifle. It took me forever to find this bad boy!!! I think most Japanese used VZ 24's are believed to be in the 50-60k range. JW would be the one to ask
 
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