GERMAN SS ISSUED MAUSER 98K SNIPER RIFLE. SN 9105G. Nearly entirely matching with the exception of a replacement extractor which has no number on it. This 1939 SS sniper rifle, with first type short side rail, shows very complete and original with all condition matching with the exception of the scope that shows somewhat better than the rest of the rifle. German sniper rifles as a whole are very expensive and difficult to obtain, with the SS variety being much harder. This example is purported to be one of the better ones in existence according to those who have inspected it. CONDITION: Receiver retains approximately 75% to 80% of the blue with light scattered corrosion and a significantly worn logo. SN and proof marks are still quite present. Bbl assembly shows approximately 60% to 70% of the blue turning plum with the serial number as well as the Waffen SS markings (Deathshead SS2)and Waffenampt proofs. Some light blue touch up is present near the muzzle. Bbl bands show approximately 65% to 70% blue with scattered browning. Triggerguard assembly shows approximately 75% to 80% with the floorplate showing approximately 40% mixed with a grayish brown patina. Hardwood buttstock and handguard, with a deathshead on the pistol grip and the SN of the gun, show good with scattered with light to moderate scuffing present and the numbered flat style buttplate shows good. Short rail scope mount which is numbered to the gun shows 70% to 75% thinning blue with an HW within a Z on the top. SS marked Dienstglas scope shows approximately 90% to 92% rich blue with clear optics. Sling shows dry with some wear. The bore is slightly frosty with a sight protector/muzzle cap present. 4-33132 BK146 (6,000-12,000)
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