Deactivated WWII German K98

Deactivated WWII German K98

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This is a Second World War Nazi K98 chambered in 7.92mm. Unlike the majority of wartime K98 production this example has no maker or date code on the receiver, but does have four Waffen acceptance stamps (WaA623). This configuration was only used by Steyr on the captured Polish, F.B.Radom arms factory, wz29 rifles that were reworked at the Steyr factory. Very few were made from 1940 to 1941 only. The secret makers code used on these K98s was "660". This carbine may possible have been configured as a sniper rifle. There are what look to be the remnants of two holes on top of the receiver for a scope mount. This would explain why the markings are missing. Also, the serial number is also very unusual, could this K98 have been used in some sort trial perhaps? Any intriguing Nazi K98. Deactivated with a working action it can be cocked, stripped and dry fired.

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Product Code: 144X6

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