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G43 / K43 HELP / Opinions
Old 03-08-2018, 02:49 PM   #1
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HI, wanted to see if i could get onions on these 2 G43/K43s
1 just wondering what the markings circled are. was told Israeli .
2) value on one fully shown
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Old 03-13-2018, 10:25 AM   #2
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The markings on the first picture look like it’s Israeli marked. The other photo’s of the Walther seems to appear as a nice example, but first off need to know if it is in fact matching numbers, and is it a complete unmessed with example ?
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The markings on the first picture look like it’s Israeli marked. The other photo’s of the Walther seems to appear as a nice example, but first off need to know if it is in fact matching numbers, and is it a complete unmessed with example ?
The Israeli isnt .
The 1 completely shown IS all matching K43 AC44. Stock may have been lightly sanded. hard to tell. has extra firing pin / tool in butt
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Old 03-14-2018, 01:23 AM   #4
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Well if the stock has been sanded then it does affect the value quite a bit. What is the asking price of this Rifle or what price was paid for it. An unmessed with example all matching non import Vet bringback all correct can go between 4K & 5k, but one that has had the stock sanded or has any other stock problems again brings the value down a lot.
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Well if the stock has been sanded then it does affect the value quite a bit. What is the asking price of this Rifle or what price was paid for it. An unmessed with example all matching non import Vet bringback all correct can go between 4K & 5k, but one that has had the stock sanded or has any other stock problems again brings the value down a lot.
It's extremely hard to Tell. if look at with magnifire Looks like little swirl marks. other wise look Great. small tight line back left of reciver.
the gun has a bright shiny bore, all exc matching parts.
including tool / extra firIng pin in butt. sling. 3700.
Also came with original scope mount and late war experimental scope that is documented in "Hilters Garand book. Had to buy seperate
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