"GERMAN G41W MARKSMAN'S RIFLE WITH ZF41 SCOPE IN EXTREMELY RARE DUAL RAIL MOUNT. SN 7686c. Cal. 8 mm. The German G41 rifle is a very rare commodity in its own right and to find one equipped with a marksman's scope is almost unheard of. This rifle has the "duv 43" manufacturer's code and appears to be an all matching 1943 rifle that has all small parts numbered with the exception of the bbl bands which do have the applicable Waffenampt inspection marks. The rifle is equipped with a 23" bbl. The laminated buttstock has been duffel cut and reassembled underneath the middle band and it has a scarce brown composition upper handguard. Scope mount is integral with the rear sight slevve and consists of a rail on each side with a very heavy steel saddle mount that slides onto the dovetailed rails and contains a "cag" code ZF41/1 marksman's scope. It has the serial number "4080" with another number overstruck. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching as noted above. Receiver and bolt assembly show approximately 93-95% of the original blue with some light wear present and a small dent in the top cover. Bbl muzzle assembly retains about 80% orig blue with some light dings & chemical spotting. Bbl bands show approximately 93-95% finish with the front one having some pin prick pitting present. Trigger guard and floorplate assembly show about 90% dull orig finish with minor dings & scratches. Fiberglass handguard shows good with a couple of small dings. Laminated buttstock shows good with a little minor bruising and the legible serial number stamped on the bottom, as well as Waffenampt inspection marks on the right cheek. Buttplate is light patina. The scope mount is in the "white" with a light patina. Scope retains about 80% orig blue, missing the rear sun shade with crisp optics. Sling is fine. Mechanics are crisp, brilliant shiny bore. 4-31828 (12,500-17,500)"
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