5 years ago #1
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I hava a Mauser GEM, 98 made 1916 ,

This is a sportrized Mauser made in the 20-30s
I bleave, taken off a Dead German in WWIIand brought back to the USA in 1945

I here this is a vary rare gun that is has been sportrized after WWI and now there vary hard to find
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5 years ago #2
walkerny
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not rare, very common, and sportorized lowers it's value. Enjoy it as a target or hunting rifle.

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5 years ago #3
Kleist
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I'm not sure that they would use a WWI sporter in WWII.

Alot of these were sportered post WWII for the GI stationed there after the war.


Will need pictures and if German sportered, should be worth more than GI sportered..




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