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    Default BCD 42

    Just purchased a BCD 42 dont have it in my hands yet suposed to be matching except for bolt witch matches itself my questions are what marks belong on it like waffen codes and such,stock markings,and does anyone have pics of there BCD 42 they could share thanks

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    Probably one of my favorites, this is a bolt mismatch BCD42 that was reportedly a bringback. Sorry for the poor pics, have since invested in a new camera that i don't know how to work. Hope this helps














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    Will bookmark this page for when rifle gets here to compare them thanks sweet rifle

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    'b' block bolt mismatch:
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    Last pics:
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    Many thanks to you for the great pics. This is the part I hate is waiting for it to get home THANKS again I should be able to determine the real deal

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    Here are pics of mine. I really dig it!
    http://forums.gunboards.com/showthre...-My-new-bcd-42
    "Its better to burn out than it is to rust". - Neil Young

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    its here finally, bolt mismatch but matches itself, BCD 42 with a barrel marked FN16/15 1941 and is near perfect bore as is the blue under the wood no import marks of course. missing sight hood stock has a crack at wrist but ordered a stock for shooting overall im happy with it but not with my camera cant take a good picture to save my butt again thanks to all. bolt # is 3086 and matches rest of bolt
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    Really nice looking rifle! I like it

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    Your stock can be repaired. It does not look like anyone has messed with it (and that is a good thing). The laminates are really tough and easily fixed. Nice rifle

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    Really nice rifle ! A bcd mid war is on my list. Suggestion on your pics. Look on your camera and find the Macro setting, should be a little flower in a pot looking thing. Set your camera on that setting as it's used for up close pics. just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater792 View Post
    Really nice rifle ! A bcd mid war is on my list. Suggestion on your pics. Look on your camera and find the Macro setting, should be a little flower in a pot looking thing. Set your camera on that setting as it's used for up close pics. just a thought.
    +1 it will make all the difference. Plus lighting which is the toughest part. A cloudy day outside works best for me.

    SS markings too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kysunfish View Post
    Your stock can be repaired. It does not look like anyone has messed with it (and that is a good thing). The laminates are really tough and easily fixed. Nice rifle
    can it be fixed and still keep its value and who would fix it the right way any suggestions

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    From what I could see some acraglass and a dowel would do the trick. Don't use gorilla glue or elmers. Ask around and get some help if you don't feel comfortable doing it.

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    I agree with the 'brownells acraglass' and dowel repair,take your time and it will be perfect,strong and un-noticable. I also have a bcd 42 and it's a great shooter with handloads,I stoned cold dropped a big doe with a hornaday 150gr interlock at about 87yards 2years ago-rifle is all matching except bolt but it's one of my best shooting K98's

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    Hi
    Heres my all matching bcd 42 there isnt not much finish.Thanks tom
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    Quote Originally Posted by mto7464 View Post
    +1 it will make all the difference. Plus lighting which is the toughest part. A cloudy day outside works best for me.

    SS markings too.
    SS markings yes but didn't think they where the real deal so didn't mention them
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