$250...Why do we always have to start at the end, or in the middle. How 'bout lets start at the beginning. What did you pay for it? A whole lot easier than playing 20 questions. You either stole it, got it for a fair price, or got screwed. The outcome is the same either way. Just, my way is faster.
Correct. Or, as it says on the siderail, K98.Why K98az? "Aufpfanzvorrichtung meaning with bayonet lug, and Zusammenstellen meaning stacking rod", innaccurate or not...
Technically, it is a Karabinek Wzor 1898 or KbK Wz.98, no?
That is correct runner, Radfahrergewehr was a pre-WW1 issue and is very rare, similar to the post-war Kar98B but not the same.The Bicycle rifle, was a separate version, and much more rare than a Kar98b. It was developed prior to WWl, while the 98b was a post WWl development.
A quick ID feature is the rear band on a Radfahrergewehr. It is wide with an off center groove around it and a screw in the bottom (no spring). It is similar to the wide K98b rear band but is different from any other Mauser barrel band.That is correct runner, Radfahrergewehr was a pre-WW1 issue and is very rare, similar to the post-war Kar98B but not the same.