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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
hello,
It's a horizontal script ce 41 (JP Sauer) with a renumbered bolt. At that price you didn't get hurt, particularly if it's a mm bolt only that someone jacked the bolt on. If nothing else is boinkered on it, and the bolt is mm only, it's worth twice that.
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HB
Thanks HB. What does MM mean?

Also are all the parts renumbered? How can one tell? They all bear that "6" number.


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Disassembled

I got it disassembled. Here are some more pics.

Under the barrel it reads: 36 40RD

The wood Stock has the number 2161


  • There are additional "6's" on:
  • The Underside of the barrel
  • The shell extractor
  • The Bolt extractor assembly
  • The front sight itself
  • The assembly under the sight
  • The trigger assembly








 

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Man this is all greek to me. I've got a lot of learning to do. :rolleyes:

Let me ask a few questions:

  • Are you saying that the "6"s are fakes? (or that some of them are fakes)
  • How can I tell the difference between a ground bolt and an original?
  • If this is a "faker" is that a common thing I'll be running across?
  • The stock should have the same # as the receiver if it's a complete original correct?
  • Does the fact that there are no import marks mean anything for its value?
  • Does the value of this type of gun go up or is it merely a shooter?
  • What book would you recommend I get to start my formal K98 schooling?

I greatly appreciate all the input.
Thanks for the education!
 

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since I bought a "re-touched" k98 I was wondering if there was a way to make the buffed metal buttplate look more like it should (60 yrs old).

Any of you ever done this?:rolleyes:

Thanks!
 
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