Very nice! Love every little nick/dent in that wood. To me, getting a gun with an original, numbered to the receiver stock, is super special. If somethings going to get destroyed on a gun the stock would be close to the first I'd think. Even if they had replaced it, they took the time to number the new wood to the gun.Figured I'd finally post my new K98k. It's my first WWII era firearm. I've been researching K98k's for months now and have been patiently trying to find an all matching, legitimate rifle. The used market is a minefield for fakes, but luckily there are some great resources out there for new collectors like me. This is definitely not going to be my last K98k (already have another lined up).
1937 J.P. Sauer & Sohn S/147, s/n 1848i
All matching down to the screws, non duffle cut, non import marked. The only drawback is some light sanding near the rear plate (luckily didn't remove the cartouches).
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I've got an all matching 1902 Swedish Mauser with a matching stock/hand guard.