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Old January 10, 2013, 12:52 AM   #14
Doc TH
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Prior posters are clearly more expert than am I. However, based on my possession of a 98K rifle made by Steyr arms 1943, I agree that although the stock generally resembles that of the 98K, it does not have the metal insert for bolt disassembly. In addition, the upper handguard/rear sight location are not consistent with the issue 98K. So, I would conclude this is not a German/Austrian manufactured 98K WWII era rifle, but something else, likely a high quality bolt action neverthekless.
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