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Original WWII German Mauser K98

Original WWII German Mauser K98

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Our Price: $999.99

Quantity in Stock:2
Product Code: MAUS0003

1943-1945 Date Range


The German Mauser K98 Has a Long History

We have the original WWII German Mauser K98 in stock, but they won't last long! These K98's are all original and feature all the correct markings and Waffenamt stamps. The German Mauser K98 has had a long & storied service history. They have made it all the way from Germany to Ethiopia, and back here in the United States. The conditions range from fair to good, and bore conditions from poor to very good based on the code and year of the gun. All of these rifles are chambered for 8mm Mauser and feature the original Nazi proof marks and Waffenamt stampings. Don't miss this chance to get a rare piece of history!

We have a variety of codes available. Please call us at (321) 212-7801 if you would like to place an order for a specific code or year. Thank you for your business!

A C&R or FFL Required to purchase the German Mauser K98. Please send your C&R or FFL license to ffl@rtifirearms.com, or by fax to (321) 989-0232. Please include your order number and name as well. Thank You!

Our base price does not guarantee a specific code and the rifle will be selected from a group of more common receiver codes. We offer a $200 hand select fee for overall condition.

We also sell a variety of reproduction parts below:

German K98 Sling

Original WWII K98 Stripper Clip Pouches

10.5" K98 Cleaning Rod

German K98 Sight Hood

RG34 Cleaning Kit (Post-War)

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 OK August 27, 2022
Reviewer: BK from NC  
The stock was in very good shape, it cleaned up well. Top of the receiver is very beat up and worn, but I think it's marked CE 43. No matching numbers anywhere.  Bore is well worn.  But, located in the action there are several deep gouges along the path of travel for the bolt., as if someone took a hammer and a chisel to it.  These were covered by many layers of grease and dirt, and it seems to drag against the locking lugs on the bolt head.

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5 of 5 bnz.43 June 14, 2022
Reviewer: Brady from Ky  
I received a beautiful rifle with quite a bit of finish left. The bore is not wonderful but very serviceable. It's non matching and the stock will need some work before it's shootable but all considering I'm fine with it. I would say it's on the lower end of good condition which is within what's in the description. I'll be purchasing more in the future.

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3 of 5 K98 Mauser June 5, 2022
Reviewer: Steven Buckingham from Eureka, CA United States  
Arrived missing trigger gaurd locking screw. Last 3 or 4 inches of bore have almost no rifling. For $1000, was hoping for a gun capable of stabilizing a projectile with better than smooth bore accuracy. Mostly note matching numbers although I like that it's a 1944 reciever and the stock is nice condition for the age. But it looks like I got a wall hanger and not a shooter.

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5 of 5 Absolutely Incredible April 12, 2022
Reviewer: Josh from Tennessee  
Ok, so I will freely admit that I expected the worst buying a K98 sight unseen from RTI without paying a hand-select fee. That being said, I was absolutely blown away by the 1943 DOU K98 I received. It is BEAUTIFUL! After spending most of a morning scrubbing 70+ years of dirt and grime from the stock, bore, and internals, I could find no pitting at all on the metal of the rifle. The metal above the woodline is largely devoid of bluing, but beneath the woodline, all the original bluing is intact.

This thing is absolutely pristine! The rifling is a strong, no missing parts, everything is functional, and the receiver/barrel combo are original, and bear matching serial/manufacturer numbers. The bolt is in great shape and cleaned up nicely as well. I may have gotten a unicorn from the Ethiopian stockpile, I can't be sure. That being said, I couldn't be happier with the rifle I received.

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5 of 5 German k98 arrived with Broken stock September 27, 2021
Reviewer: John from Denton, NE United States  
Took over a month to ship, but ended up with a BNZ43 with what appears to be a SS contract rifle. Excited until I see the stock is cracked almost all the way through the wrist. Contacted customer service (Alssia) and they are sending a return label and are replacing the rifle! Great customer service! I'll post a new review once I receive the new rifle.

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