German Kar98k M937B 8mm WWII (Portuguese Crest) Mauser - Serial # Matches 8/10. Includes an original Bayonet and Sheath.

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Here are the specs

SKU:
RI4967BM8
UPC:
631661678484
Action:
Bolt Action
Barrel Length:
23.6 in
Caliber/Gauge:
8mm Mauser
Material:
Wood
Country of Mfg.:
Germany
FFL:
Yes
C&R:
Yes
Condition:
Surplus
Grade:
Fair/Good

What's unique about these M937B rifles?

When sorting through these rifles we found a handful of these M937B's that had one or two non-critical parts that didn't have a matching serial number to the receiver. Most no matching parts were the trigger guard, barrel band, or rear sight. These guns will ship with an original M937B bayonet and sheath (non-matching serial numbers).

The K98k was the primary rifle for the German Wehrmacht during World War II. After World War I, Germany began selling rifles to Portugal around 1931. Early contracts featured beautifully blued Mauser rifles with Portuguese crests. In the 1940s, Portugal received K98k replicas, similar to the 1941 Nazi K98k, but some were diverted to German service due to wartime losses. To compensate, Germany reclaimed K98k rifles from the Wehrmacht in 1942-1943 and delivered them to Portugal. These rifles bear the Portuguese crest and resemble the 1941 Mauser Oberndorf K98k Wehrmacht-issue rifles with Nazi markings.

Experience the historical prowess of the K98 German Made M937B Mauser 8mm featuring the iconic Portugese Crest. This meticulously crafted firearm carries the legacy of German engineering and Portuguese history. The robust 8mm Mauser chambering ensures reliable performance, making it a prized possession for collectors and shooting enthusiasts. Own a piece of the past with this remarkable and iconic rifle.

 

 

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    Posted by Monte Hufferd on Mar 9th 2024

    Wished I had chose the matching numbers. The extra supplied ammo would have been nice also. Would you sell ammo separately?