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25dynod

Yugoslav Mauser K98 NOW SOLD!!

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for sale is my Mauser K98 in first class condition. . all numbers are matching but for some reason there is a number scored off and a new matching number teeped on the the bottom metal. reason for sale is my eyes are getting so bad that i only shoot with a scope now. buyer will not be disappointed with this rifle plus it is very accurate. i have about 110 factory rounds(50 s & b match the rest ex military) i also have about 22 stripper clips + the ex military have 12 stripper clips. there is about 110 once fired cases.

 

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Looking for £375.

 

 

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Yugoslav rather than Hungarian. Most likely a German re-arsenaled action with new stock and barrel. The 1.TRZ marking is common on arsenal rebuilt Mausers and Nagants from Yugoslavia. Nice rifles and good shooters. 

 

Good luck with the sale, no doubt the new owner will enjoy it.

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thanks Grum. heads just not right today. unluckily enough its a chest infection not alchohol induced. lol.

 

 

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No worries. On closer inspection, it's sitting in an original wartime laminate stock.

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I love the K98, and have always wanted one. If i hadn't just spent 3K on a 6.5cm set-up i'd of had that. Typical.....

Looks really nice. Good luck with the sale.

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thanks chaz. it really is a nice rifle in great condition and very accurate. it's just sitting in my safe gathering dust whereas somebody could be using it.

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Do you know how much it would cost to send to my RFD ?

I have a slot free for one 7.92/8mm.

Ammo i am presuming very expensive to ship ?

i am in Leicester shire - so too far to call up.

tony

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hi tony, sorry for the delay in answering you but i never got any notification from UK varminting about your post. the RFD fee is usually £25 at my end and the same at your end. i cannot send the ammo through the post as nobody up here will ship it, so that would need to be F2F. if you would like the rifle and the empty cases/stripper clips i can let you have the them for £375. i should be able to sell the ammo locally.

 

davie

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hi, yes rifle is still for sale. let me know if you are interested please.

 

davie.

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On 6/28/2018 at 11:52 PM, 189brother said:

Rifle looks good got a slot on my fac for a 7.92  is it still for sale

 

Larry

HI Larry. yes rifle is still for sale.

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Hi Davie 

I'm too far to come and view it, I'm sure It's Ok I'm definitely interested but I do normally like to inspect any gun up close B4 I buy. Also I cannot take possession of the loaded rounds so will you take £325  by Bacs transfer plus £25 for the Rfd to Rfd transfer. Call please on 07880 976904

 

Larry

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hi Larry, you will not be disappointed with this rifle but i  will let it go for £350 + RFD charge. i can always sell the ammo, clips and cases locally. sorry but that's the best i can do. i have it sitting in my cabinet and would rather somebody got the use of it. as stated my eyes are not what they used to be and iron sights are no use but if it isn't sold i can always see about putting a scope on it.

 

regards,

 

davie.

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Hi Davie

Being a rifle of that age need to ask you if there are any marks or pitting down the barrel, Is the action quite smooth and how would you rate the trigger pull.

If all's good I'll take your say so, and I'll agree to the trade if you include the clips and cases for £350 + £25 RFD charge. 

 

Regards Larry

 

 

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hi Larry, all seems to be ok with the rifle and the trigger pull is about normal for a military rifle. i will look out the cases and clips and agree with the £350 + £25  + cases and clips. let me know how payment will be made and i will contact my RFD to expect a call from your RFD. we will need to swap RFD details.

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1 hour ago, 25dynod said:

hi Larry, all seems to be ok with the rifle and the trigger pull is about normal for a military rifle. i will look out the cases and clips and agree with the £350 + £25  + cases and clips. let me know how payment will be made and i will contact my RFD to expect a call from your RFD. we will need to swap RFD details.

Legally, the buyer sends you their FAC; you complete the sale table by entering the details of the rifle, inform your force of the sale & return their FAC back to the buyer.

The RFD's only act (if so needed) as the shipper/receiver; the recipient RFD makes sure that the person presenting the FAC with the rifle listed on it is the new legal owner, etc.
You can also mail the rifle direct to the buyers recipient RFD yourself if you prefer - using Royal Mail (but NOT ParcelForce - they only carry airguns unless you have a trade account with them)
 

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