"GERMAN MAUSER 98K LONG RAIL SNIPER RIFLE. SN 2367. Cal. 8mm. This is a late war long side rail BCD coded sniper rifle with only the 4 instead of the 44 or 45. Showing late war features such as lack of reinforcing screws on the floorplate and the larger stamped safety mechanism. It also has a phosphate finish and the bbl bands are not coded. The front bbl band and triggerguard assembly as well as the floorplate are not numbered. Middle bbl band shows a different number. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Phosphate finished receiver shows nearly all of its finish but it is very thinly applied. Bolt assembly shows approximately 85% of its finish with one spot of what appears to be dried blood pitting about 1-1/4" by 1/2" on the bolt body. Safety and extractor are blued as is the scope base itself. Bbl bands show approximately 90% of dull black finish as does the triggerguard. Floorplate assembly is a green phosphate that appears in color and texture to match the receiver. Wood is in excellent condition with just a little bit of bruising just above the sling on the right hand side but is not numbered to this rifle. Leather sling shows some wear but is in overall good condition. Scope mount numbered 8302 U is in very good condition, showing approximately 95% of the orig blue. DOV telescope is blue with the majority of finish thin to gray metal behind the adjusting ring and is numbered 19248 with lightly speckled optics. Mechanics are crisp and the bore is good with just a little bit of light pitting towards the muzzle end. 44 David bayonet and scabbard match each other and are in excellent condition. All in all a pretty nice example of a late war long rail sniper rifle. 4-34066 BK97 (4,500-7,500)"
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