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Does the bolt match the stock?

July 3 2012 at 2:55 AM

Ken Freundt  (Login wymanv)
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Response to Wonder what a standard military 98 is worth...

The problem with the 98K is the take-homes were mixed. My Uncle got his in Italy. When he was sent home, he was led into a room; bolts on one table and stocks on the other, and was told to grab one of each if he wished to have one. Those aren't as valuable as one that's matching.

I have it now, and it's an heirloom. And it's been a hoot getting all the little bits together and taking it out to the range.

Ken

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