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I hope this type of question is allowed. If not, let me know.

Sorted through my parts and have found all of the metal needed to complete the trigger guard assembly. The only part I am unsure of is the follower. It may not be of the correct era.

Now I need to know a fair price for the completely assembled metalwork and a fair price for the stock.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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I hope this type of question is allowed. If not, let me know.

Sorted through my parts and have found all of the metal needed to complete the trigger guard assembly. The only part I am unsure of is the follower. It may not be of the correct era.

Now I need to know a fair price for the completely assembled metalwork and a fair price for the stock.

Any help would be appreciated.
The question is allowed but I don't like to guess at prices. What I would do (and have done often) is put both the rifle and stock on Gunbroker, separately, with plenty of GOOD photos and a carefully worded complete description. Be sure you put the word MAUSER in the title for both. Make the minimum bid what you would consider to be a small loss and do NOT have a reserve price. Others, like me, filter out all reserve auctions from searches.

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Bill
 

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Bill,

Have done as you suggest for the barreled action on GB. I took some good pics of it yesterday before the rain started. I'll have to wait for the rain to stop before listing the stock.
 

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Bill,

Have done as you suggest for the barreled action on GB. I took some good pics of it yesterday before the rain started. I'll have to wait for the rain to stop before listing the stock.
Gunbroker is my favorite acquisition and disposal site. I just put a Nicaraguan VZ24 clone project rifle on there to begin this evening.

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After revisiting this thread I realized that a "mystery" stock I was given and subsequently used to build a " faux" std model for hunting may in fact be from a 1924b: short bayo lug, beech, bolt takedown, 3/4" shorter than a k98 stock. What ya'll think? Wood Floor Hardwood
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After revisiting this thread I realized that a "mystery" stock I was given and subsequently used to build a " faux" std model for hunting may in fact be from a 1924b: short bayo lug, beech, bolt takedown, 3/4" shorter than a k98 stock. What ya'll think?
With a short bayonet lug it might be an M1924b stock made from a M1912.

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1912 is std length action? Beech would be correct?
Standard length action, yes. I would think that beech on a pre war stock would be unlikely. On a replacement stock, yes, and a M1912 in a replacement stock could be made into a M1924b.

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Looks like a Communist partizan star from WWII..Nice
 
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