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Thread: Mauser barreled actions, Bolt, Trigger Guards, 1 BYF stamped

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    Default Mauser barreled actions, Bolt, Trigger Guards, 1 BYF stamped

    Cleaning out the "I know I am never going to do anything with these things" pile.

    We have 2 barreled actions, one Argentine 1909 in 30-06 and one dou 44 k98. Also, two trigger guard/mag housing things: 1 milled and one stamped.

    Also 1 k98 bolt, complete.

    $170 shipped for the k98 barreled action, with trigger group and sights intact.
    $65 shipped for the 1909 barreled receiver. SPF
    $50 for the stamped trigger guard. SPF
    $40 for the milled guard, with spring and follower. SPF
    $150 for the matching bolt SPF

    EDIT: The two actions ship to FFL only. In all the reading I have done on the C&R status of barreled actions, I never got a conclusive answer that it was indeed legal to ship to a C&R holder if the C&R status of the firearm has been eliminated by major changes. Due to current legal climate, I have to insist upon shipping to an FFL. Not real happy about it, but I guess that is the sort of thing with which we have to contend. In light of that, I am reducing the price on the actions a bit to cover the hassle of the buyer having to go through an FFL.

    Everything ships USPS. I take paypal and USPS money orders. Let me know if I am off base with any of these prices, I am mostly a Mosin guy. Feel free to make an offer on anything. Will discount multiple orders, as it will save on shipping.
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    Default k98 barreled action - dou44

    $170 shipped: K98 barreled action: Some pitting on barrel, bore looks good from the chamber end about halfway down, and then gets pretty ratty toward the muzzle. I have shot this in a sporter stock, and got decent groups at 100 yards. Action comes with bolt release and trigger group.

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    Last edited by atob37; 04-01-2013 at 02:15 PM.

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    Default Argentine 1909 barreled receiver - 30-06

    Where to start with this... Someone wanted to put a scope on it, and drilled 6 holes in the receiver. Luckily, they didn't drill into the chamber. Bore looks good and shiny to me. No rear sight, no other parts, just the receiver and barrel.

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    Default k98 triggerguard, stamped

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    Default k98 triggerguard, milled

    Waffenampt 37, floorplate matches, comes with one capture screw. Front screw marked 58, rear one unmarked, without cutouts for capture screws. Riser marked "75"



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    Default k98 bolt, matching

    k98 bolt, in very good shape. All visibly stamped parts match. No electropencilling.



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    am I mistaken that barreled actions have to go to an FFL-01? Since they are not in original military stocks?

    I had a mosin receiver transaction fall through because of this rule, but perhaps I'm mistaken.. I know it's off topic from this purchase, but figured I would ask

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    Stamped trigger guard and bolt SPF to rpf2697.

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    PM sent on 1909
    If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention!

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    I'll take the milled triggerguard for $40 shipped. PM sent.
    "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocre minds. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence." Albert Einstein

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    Milled triggerguard/spring SPF mauserG71

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    I'll take the 1909

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    1909 sold locally to mrdante.

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