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    Mauser 98 Markings Question

    I have a sporterized mauser with these markings on bottom of receiver in front of mag well. Just curious what the stamps represent. Are they original, or from the person that sporterized? Thanks.

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    not stamped as part of the sporter build
    original form of German proof mark for trigger guard , erste nordbohmische meatllwarenfabrik pre Nazi ,
    the 8875 # should match the serial # on the receiver

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      WaA 855 Oberndorf Mauser inspection stamps

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        #4
        Originally posted by Volkosupply View Post
        not stamped as part of the sporter build
        original form of German proof mark for trigger guard , erste nordbohmische meatllwarenfabrik pre Nazi ,
        the 8875 # should match the serial # on the receiver
        It’s not pre Nazi. Definitely Nazi Ww2 marks

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