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I want a K.98

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by MilsurpShooter, Aug 20, 2007.

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  1. MilsurpShooter

    MilsurpShooter Member

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    Where's the best place to go? I've got this C&R here, made copies of it and I'm thinking it's about time to get it broken in. I know I'm not going to find a pristine all matching number, all markings intact K.98, even if I would be able to find one of them I doubt I'd want to put down the chunk of change that it would cost. What I'm really looking for is a good shooter with decent markings I guess? A few markings would be good, but those can be overlooked a little.

    So where would you guys suggest going? I like to collect these rifles but I don't just want a safe queen or a rifle that looks good but can't shoot.

    Thanks for any help
     
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    Thanks M110. I'll be faxing them my C&R tomorrow morning :D
     
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    There's also SOG and Century. You should make sure to send your C&R to those guys too.
     
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    check out classic arms also!
     
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    Thanks everyone, just placed my order with Classic Arms. They had some good choices and I liked the descriptions they had next to each one compared to just a lot assessment.

    See if I can't have some pictures when it comes in.
     
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