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Old 03-18-2010, 20:17   #1
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Looking for a k98 mauser

I'm on the hunt for a german mauser, world war II era with all symbols intact for my collection, I was wondering if anybody had some links to some creditable companies, I ALMOST was going to order one from mitchells mauser's but havent heard many quality things about there the collector value of there firearms does anybody have a good company out there to deal with?
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Old 03-19-2010, 14:53   #2
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That, and Mitchell's stopped advertising them recently. The Yugo 24's are now featured.

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Old 03-23-2010, 20:42   #3
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Yeah im going to try to see if i can score a decent one off gunbroker or something, jgsales has em but the symbols are pinned out.
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You can read, if not already, many helpful tips at "Gunandgame (Mausers)", and much more at "Surplusrifle" and "Gunboards".

Apparently so much bad press leaked out about Mitchell's "alleged"deception ("allegedly" fraud) that they are figuring out how to "regroup".
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Old 04-22-2010, 21:32   #5
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If you really want one for a collection, you DO NOT want a Mitchell. They look very nice and I bought one for my son who wanted one to shoot, not collect. He's really into the WWII gaming and has several WWII era rifles to play with. They are all Russian captures, have been remarked so the numbers all match (how convenient that they found an entire warehouse full of new, matching numbered rifles. Yeah!) and polished up the wazoo. But they're pretty.

These are definitely not collector's rifles. If you want one to play with and shoot, fine. But know that they are what they are.
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