GERMAN G41W SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. SN 8232. 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. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Receiver assembly appears to have approx 85-90% of its orig blue with the most wear being on the rails. The trigger guard and mag assembly retain approx 85-90% of its finish with the prominent wear being on the mag bottom itself. Bbl bands and front bbl assembly show approx 90% of their orig blue with some areas beginning to plum. Upper hand guard is in very good condition with some slight depression marks (possibly from being in the rack) but do not detract from the appearance. Laminate buttstock is in very good condition with just a couple of minor nicks. The serial number is there but barely legible. The waffen inspector marks are quite present. The buttplate assembly has 3 or 4 small dents in it that are barely visible to the naked eye. The sling is in very good condition and still quite pliable. Bayonet is in excellent condition retaining better than 98% of its orig blue, and scabbard is quite good itself. Mechanics are crisp, bore shows moderate wear but is still bright and shiny. 4-33958 BK58 (3,000-4,500)
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