The original rifles used capture screws, or locking screws, to keep the magazine floor plate securely in place. The floor plate is the metal plate on the bottom of your rifle on the underside of the magazine removing the floor plate gives you access to the magazine. Capture screws have three grooves milled into the sides of the heads of the screws. The grooves allow a secondary screw to be installed next to the capture screw, firmly holding it in place. Many Mauser rifles have had the capture screws replaced with standard screws, which you can easily restore to their original design by installing captu A variety of weapons were used during WW II. This rifle was used until the end of WW II in
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What is the difference between Windows 98 Windows and XP? Windows 98 was the polished, final, improved version of Windows It was easier to use, suffered a lot fewer crashes , freezes and other forms of torture familiar to Windows users than the 95 version did and had a higher support for USB. Windows 95 and 98 are somewhat the same disregarding graphics. After such a success and with the Internet on the rise, 98 came out configured for a more optimal net configuration.
But not that stable or reliable. Windows and Windows NT are pretty much the same thing just different release dates. And well XP just plain over did it, XP just looks pretty. XP is way to big, takes way too much start up and RAM dedication. Windows is an expansion of Windows NT and both were marketed for Businesses. Windows XP is a hybrid of the two allowing for the selection of either file system at the time of installation and is much more stable.
It’s Microsoft attempt to wean users onto two flavors of the same OS, thus keeping their costs down and better compete with Unix. It also depends upon if you’re a work station or a stand-alone system. Windows 98 is based on DOS which is an old operating system created years ago hence why it crashes a lot.
Foreign Military Rifles
Thanks for all of the interesting responses. Here’s a very nice Swedish m Carbine! This carbine was manufactured at the Carl Gustaf arsenal in and.
The barrel was round at the rear end the diameter was mm and at the front mm. The front sight was a post or a ring sight surrounded by a 1cm long cylinder of steel with an inside diameter of 15mm.
Spanish Destroyer 9mm caliber carbine. Bolt is non-matching and wood is matching. Bore has strong rifling with an area of pitting. Indian military rifle made in Serial numbers are matching Good-very good condition overall. Compare Hungarian 44 7. Nagant carbine made in Bore has strong rifling with corrosion in the grooves. Compare Russian 7. Popular Russian carbine made in Serial numbers are non-matching. Bore has strong rifling.
Very good overall condition.
Short Carbine Model 98 and the Mauser rifle family dating back to the s. The weapon was introduced by order of the Kaiser in as the Gewehr 98 and became the standard infantry weapon of all German forces. A modified, shortened version of the rifle K98K was introduced into the Wehrmacht in
Mauser dating Mauser is an excerpt from the fn m24 series. If so is it a limited production takedown sporting carbine, will take a limited production takedown sporting carbine, stripper clips.
SS Daggers must be carefully scrutinized due to the extremely high number of very detailed reproductions dating back decades! To compound this problem of fakes genuine Solingen made parts are combined with high quality reproduction parts to further confuse the issue. Postal Protection Daggers, also referred to as Postschutz Daggers. The crossguard is best discribed as a stylised birds head. The hanging chains form part of the assembly. Robert Klaas SS Daggers!
The grip is without any cracks or chips and shows almost no dings or dents, which is rare for an early SS dagger. The grip is near perfect as far as these daggers go, with only very modest dings and use These DLV Flyers Knives are becoming harder and harder to come by, and even more so with the original blue leather still in tact. The grip on the gorgeous dagger is a deep brown with only very minor wear marks and no cracks or chips.
These have always been one of my favorite dagger types, the First Model Luftwaffe daggers with the early solid nickel fittings that turn a deep dark tone from age. This particular example has it all! An average amount of use wear to the grip leather, with the expected tones of reddish brown where the deep blue leather has given way to the years of wear.
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There are a number of methods by which a rifle can be dated, or at least bracketed between certain years of manufacture. For the latter, dates of introduction of military arms can be located within the Government “List of Changes” LoCs as can dates of obsolescence and of modification or upgrade to later marks. You may not necessarily find specific date information within the text of particular pages, but often the images of advertisements or catalogue entries contain some dating ‘give-away’, such as the year in which a particular rifle achieved a notable competition score by someone, but which data is in graphic format and therefore not “searchable” by a text search engine.
Do not briefly glance over a page and assume that the information you require is not there.
An index of selected member posts containing pictures of matching, correct rifles (code, year,maker, SN) and related militaria for reference and use by K98k Forum Members. Karabiner 98k Volume I .
Manufacturing The name of the manufacturer and the year of manufacture are on the top of the receiver. The serial number is on the left side of the receiver. Most other parts have the last three figures of the serial number. Except for carbines with four-digit serial numbers, on these the other parts only have the last two figures in the serial number. Parts on Husqvarna made rifles are not numbered to the same extent as on rifles made by Mauser or Carl Gustaf.
A few weapons that are assembled by pupils at the Armourer-course VOK have the name of that pupil instead of a serial number. After the course the Armourer kept the weapon as his personal belonging. The initials of the Inspection-officer are on the left side of the receiver before or after the serialnumber. All parts received a Crown for approval, or a X for disapproval. If the crown is horizontal the part is made by Mauser or Carl Gustaf, if the Crown is tilted the part is made by a civilian company often Husqvarna.
The X should not be seen on an operational rifle, but discarded parts were sometimes used for display purpose. Parts made by Carl Gustaf could have a Crowned C instead of an acceptance mark because this part was already made by The Crown, they did not need to accept it. There are three additional inspection marks Crowns as well; On the barrel – the assembled action, barrel and sights has been inspected.
On the left side of the receiver – the action has been proof fired.
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The purpose of the next table is to illustrate the various manufacturers that were producing bayonets at the end of the war, their codes, production, and rarity. Two methods were used to determine the distribution of production, 1) actual serial number submissions from collectors, and 2) serial.
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It turns out his father brought back several rifles. I knew he had a Carbine and offered to buy it. It turned out it is a
In honor of the th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the January, issue: Identifying Mauser Markings.
Originally Posted by brimic Are you sure its not a K98? I’m not sure if they were originally chambered in 7. At any rate, these rifles are fairly well known and are common. Is the ejector broken? This part being a small piece of stamped steel probably is the weakest part of the rifle. It also might be gummed up with cosmoline- just remove the vertical screw that holds the ejector assembly to the receiver, pull the ejector out of ht ebox and inspect it.
Another cause is if the extractor is broken or lost its tension. The extractor should hold the case firmly until the bolt is fully retracted.
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Rijksarchief te Gent The archival inventory reads as if this collection of watermarks has been consistently compiled from the late fourteenth century by St. Instead, the collection is a later, early modern creation used a means of dating the watermarks used in earlier centuries. But how effective and accurate are these watermark dates?
Jun 14, · The M48 is a K98 Mauser made in Yugoslavia after WW2. Go to and search for Yugo M You’ll find about a dozen listings costing between $$
All minor parts are milled unless mentioned otherwise solid front bands are milled but do not have the cut-outs at the top and bottom featured on the earlier H-type bands. We literally “hand picked” every single rifle, and selected them for bore condition and uniformity of appearance. The above photo is of one of these 98k rifles taken completely at random from our stock. ALL have mixed parts as initially dismantled and then rebuilt by the Soviets during the ‘s that are fitted to the rifle and each part is electro-penciled to match the receiver the buttstock is always stamped on the left-side to match.
If it has a X-like stamp on the receiver a Russian-capture mark representing two crossed rifles there will be a Y in the X? NONE currently have cleaning-rods or front sight-hoods we offer high-quality reproductions of cleaning-rods at the bottom of this page , and the trigger-guards that used the small non-essential “guard-screws” will be missing those “guard-screws” Gun Parts Corp sells reproductions of the guard-screws cheap.
Bolt is early scrub, not matching. Pretty correct and not completely abused like most early K98s. This is a vet bring back and could be a restoration candidate or leave as is!. An early and scarcer code and date. Sold Various Parts in stock currently!
Diana has combined their underlever design with a Mauser K98 inspired stock! Based on the famous German bolt-action rifle, the Diana Mauser K98 is a military collector’s dream with its attractive, hardwood stock with metal fittings and great quality 2-stage adjustable T06 trigger.
A while back a friend gave me this k98 Mauser. I haven’t done a complete strip down on this rifle. I only disassembled the bolt. What seems strange is that the receiver has no serial number. It’s a bcd 4 which is Gustloff Werke I see no ID marks on the barrel other than the number which is assume is a serial number along with two acceptance stamps. The bolt is not matching to the number but is matching to itself. All bolt parts have the same number and code which is Styer-Daimler-Puch A.