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    That one is cherry compared to mine.
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    Added an all matching lion crested VZ-24


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    Here's mine. All matching except the bolt.
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    The barrel on this one is pretty worn, but this needs to get out to the range again to see if I can improve this group.
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    I took my 1943 Tula Pu out for some work recently. It's one a my summer projects. I've had it for a few years and always wanted to get a dope/range card going on it.


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    Mae busting caps, many are bolt guns but some aint.

    I may have posted this before but its worth another go.

    enjoy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7emUP4SiV74&t=313s
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    1898 Krag carbine a one year only model, preceded by the M1896 and superseded by the Model 1899. Currently missing the handguard, but I have a line on one that should be available in the next few days.



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    Finally have some pictures of the G24-T now. The barrel has some life, but it did NOT like the Romanian surplus I put through it, so I'll try again in the future. Oddly enough, the stock does not match, but looks to be original to the rifle AFAIK. Its also marked H for Heer, and has the acceptance stamps, but its also marked BK, which usually denotes Yugoslavian property marks if I remember correctly. Might have been captured, then stored after the war? No idea, but cool none the less.
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    Latest toy due in tomorrow, a buddy of mine has one and convinced me to "jump into the deep end of the pool".

    Range time already reserved for Saturday.

    Here is a little clue to what it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Finally have some pictures of the G24-T now. The barrel has some life, but it did NOT like the Romanian surplus I put through it, so I'll try again in the future. Oddly enough, the stock does not match, but looks to be original to the rifle AFAIK. Its also marked H for Heer, and has the acceptance stamps, but its also marked BK, which usually denotes Yugoslavian property marks if I remember correctly. Might have been captured, then stored after the war? No idea, but cool none the less.
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    The stock is a very early G.24(t) stock that was made from an unused VZ-24 stock. The Germans removed and plugged the wrist swivel and added the takedown disk and sling cut. There should be an original serial on the bottom of the stock. Seeing as the Yugo stock serial doesn't match the receiver serial, I'm inclined to believe it's not the original stock.


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    Itong, there is no other number on the stock, so I think your assessment is correct on this. I am puzzled by the German proof and property marks though. Do those look real to you?
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    The inspections look legitimate provided they are WaA607 inspections and not WaAA80. I believe modified/unfinished VZ-24 stocks were only used for the pre-G.24(t) (G.24(t)'s with no roll mark or receiver wall marking) run, no-letter, and at least some of a-block of G.24(t) production. All of these were inspected by team 607 (WaA607).
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    Thanks. Its very hard to make out these numbers, but I don't believe they are WaAA80
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