GERMAN G41W SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. SN 8802. 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, with the exception of the buttplate which has a BPR code on it and the bbl bands are unmarked which is correct. Equipped with a fixed mag and fed by stripper clip. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Rifle retains approx 85% of its finish with the majority of loss being on the rear of the receiver where the accuator goes back and forth. Mag has had some slight dents repaired in it but is almost unnoticeable and quite serviceable. Upper hand guard assembly is in excellent condition with minor scuffing as is the matching numbered buttstock. Mechanics are crisp, bore is moderately worn but still shows only slightly dark in the grooves with the lands showing quite bright. 4-34175 BK56 (1,500-2,500)
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