Deactivated WWII K98 dated 1940

Deactivated WWII K98 dated 1940

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This is an early WWII German K98 that was made in 1940 by Mauser Borsigwalde - secret makers code 243 with virtually all visible matching numbers. This carbine was then reissued post WWII and stamped "MdI" (Ministerium des Innern) or Ministry of the Interior and would have been used by a number of MdI "bewaffneten" or armed organizations including the police, customs and the Kampfgruppen der Arbeiterklasse (working class combat groups) and even an early form of the Army called the Kasernierte Volkspolizei (KVP) which existed from 1952-57, who are known have used a number of reworked WWII Wehrmacht weapons. A fascinating and very interesting K98 that saw service during WWII and the Cold War!

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Product Code: 243X6

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