GERMAN G41W SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. SN 3638. Cal. 8MM. The G41W is similar to the M model. Designed by Walther and from 1941 to 1943 approx 70,000 were produced. This rifle is equipped with a bayonet/scabbard and sling and all external components appear to match. Equipped with a fixed mag and fed by stripper clip. This is an extremely rare variation with the push button bolt release. This is an extremely desirable feature that is only found on approx 7000 of the G41's. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Rifle retains only about 3-5% of its orig finish but appears to be the victim of honest wear with the majority of the blue remaining on the trigger guard and mag assembly. There is no external pitting or gouges present. The 359 code is still very present on the components where it should be including receiver, bbl band and trigger guard assembly. Upper hand guard assembly is of the plastic variety and is in excellent condition with no major scuffing at all as is the laminate buttstock. Mechanics are crisp, and bore is slightly dark in the grooves but very pleasing. Sling is in very good condition. 4-33956 BK55 (6,000-10,000)
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