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Thread: Mauser Stock Identification

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    Default Mauser Stock Identification

    I'm trying to identify this Mauser stock in the pics. When you put a K98 in it, there is a small gap in the stock inlet by the receiver ring (i.e., the stock inlet is about 1/4" longer than the K98 receiver ring).Click image for larger version. 

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    Might be Spanish M43.

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    The handguard is wrong for that stock, i see a groove for a handguard clip forward of the receiver area. .maybe yugo 24-47 ??
    We all know the enemy...when freedoms die for security.

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    The handguard fits similar to a K98 - if that helps.

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    Handguard (german type) is not original to stock, which looks to be FN by serial # location. JL

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    JL: I googled "FN Mauser Model 1930" and it looks like you nailed it. Even the color tone of the wood matches mine. The German type hand guard must have been with this stock a long time, as the wood matches the stock perfectly.

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