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Discussion in 'Mausers' started by Lawman, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. Lawman

    Lawman G&G Newbie

    I am attempting to obtain the approximate value of a German 8mm Mauser. It came via my Uncle from the European theatre during WW ll. Description as follows:
    1940, Model 98 Serial number 2215 numbers match. arsenal #42. Eagle on swastika left of serial numbers on barrell and reciever. Three eagles on swastikas right side. barrell length approximately 23" Good condition. Trying to research history of weapon. Any input wpu;d be greatly appreciated

  2. Logansdad

    Logansdad Guest

    These WWII collector pieces are in good to very good condition. Sure to increase in value! Nice clean rifles with NAZI marked codes on receiver ring. These are historic K98 rifles and every collector must own one !!

    REG: $179.95
    RETAIL: $375.00
    Handpick: Add $10.00

  3. Big Dog

    Big Dog Retired IT Dinosaur Wrangler Forum Contributor

    A really good GI bring-back unmarked by an importer will certainly command a much higher value than a recent import rifle. You might check on or (both have Mauser forums) and see what the exspurts have to say.
    Besides some real monetary value, this rifle has serious sentimental/family value.
    There are so many factors in the military Mausers that it'll take a truly knowledgable collector to pin down a good monetary value.
  4. Mauser Man

    Mauser Man G&G Newbie

    arsenal 42 means it was made in orbendorf germany. ive seen k98s with all matching numbers go for 700-800 dollars but you should listen to big dog and go to those websites if you want a more accurate price.
  5. Lawman

    Lawman G&G Newbie

    Thanks for the info BigDog. Will check those sights.
  6. Lawman

    Lawman G&G Newbie

    Thanks for the info Big Dog.I will look into those sites.
  7. Lawman

    Lawman G&G Newbie

    Mauser Man thank you. The location of the arsenal clears up apiece of my puzzle.
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