BRAZILIAN M954 (K43) MILITARY RIFLE WITH BAYONET. SN 81. Cal. 30. This rifle is a well made almost carbon copy of a WWII German K43 with the exception of it has finger grooves in the wood and does not have a scope rail. Very few examples of this rifle have surfaced over the years. It is indeed a rare find. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Receiver retains approx 90% of the thin grayish parkerizing which is almost transparent with primary wear being on rails themselves. Bolt assembly retains a browner finish and is a very rough casting. Rear sight base and bbl are also of light gray parkerizing and carry approx 90%. Front sight hood is blued and the two bbl bands are a darker gray parkerizing. Trigger guard and mag well are of the same light color gray parkerizing and are beginning to patina. Buttplate is bare metal with blued screws and shows to be in very good condition. Mag is present as well as a bayonet which is in very good plus condition. However the number does not match receiver and handle has been lightly cleaned where it attaches to rifle. Upper hand guard is in excellent condition, buttstock shows numerous light dings and nicks but nothing of any kind of serious nature. Mechanics are good, bore is clean and shiny. 4-34126 BK78 (3,500-5,000)
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