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Yugoslavian Refurbished German K.98 Mauser Rifles

Yugoslavian Refurbished German K.98 Mauser Rifles


 
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K.98 German WW2 captured and refurbished in Yugoslavia. The rifles are in fair to good condition. This is surplus military surplus. Rifles are guaranteed to be functional The pictured rifle is not the rifle you will be receiving. For illustration purposes only! Rifles may have a Czech k.98 stock or have a minor crack in the wood. Some Mausers do not have a Yugo crest, but some German or no manufacturer markings.

These K.98 are original German made. When the German troops left the territory of Yugoslavia in 1944 they left a bunch of war material behind including K.98 rifles.
Condition: The rifles are in fair condition and might have a small crack in the stock (delamination) . This can easily be fixed. Some rifles have the Yugo crest on the receiver. Others have remnants of the German code. The most visible difference between the German and the Yugo Mausers are markings are the serial #. The yugo Mausers have them on the right side of the receiver. All Yugo rifles show this feature. The German serial # are on the left side.

The Yugoslavians under General Tito took these guns and brought them to the Zastava factory where they were refurbished, and the Yugo crest was stamped on top of the receiver. This is a must for every Mauser collector. We were lucky to find this variety of collector rifles in Africa. This is a once in a lifetime chance to complete your collection. Do not wait and lose this opportunity. The rifles are in good turn in condition.



Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review »

  0 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
 
1 of 5 Horrible reading comprehension and shipping times August 31, 2021
Reviewer: Jesse from WI  
Placed my order on 7/31, my card was charged immediately.

Absolutely zero communication from RTI, and I checked with my FFL on 8/13 that RTI had not reached out asking for shipping info (my FFL only provides their info to other FFLs, I provided contact info when I ordered). On 8/18 I emailed RTI asking for an update (note how they have zero ways to contact them on this website). I was told that “my order is with the warehouse” and still had not shipped after 19 days.

On 8/30 I emailed again, asking for either tracking information, or a refund. All that I was told was that my rifle “would ship any day now”. Stephanie needs to work on her reading comprehension, because she has directly ignored several questions that I have asked about my order. I’ve initiated a chargeback with my bank and hope that nobody else does business with RTI unless you really, really need a rifle that’s been sitting on a goat farm in Africa.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Not too Shabby August 24, 2021
Reviewer: Shawn Raymond Wahlmeier from GREELEY, CO United States  
I am happy with the one I received. It has a cool rack number. Most of the bluing is gone on the visible parts... clean without pitting. It needed an extractor and cleaning. Bore was dark but good strong rifling... after shooting about 60rnds it looks real shiny and good.  Great shooter.. I got it because my other k98s are becoming very valuable... this is going to be my shooter for sure. Definitely not as clean as the photo... don't let that get your hopes up.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Beautiful gun August 19, 2021
Reviewer: Anthony Pavano from Daytona beach, FL United States  
I just got mine about 30 minutes ago and it looks amazing it did not have the yugo stamp, it had byf 42 on it and i like it even more with out the stamp the wood had no issues the bolt is smoother then some of my new modern guns and i will definitely be buying from RTI again

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Happy overall, worth the time and money. May 15, 2021
Reviewer: James Simis from Daniel , UT United States  
Let me start out with the rifle itself:
It has milled barrel bands, with the rear band still with strong blueing, and the front H band with not a lick of finish left. The receiver crest is plainly visible and still deeply defined, and all the other yugo markings are strongly present. The overall finish of the rifle is probably at 10% on the reciever and 55% on the bolt parts. There are even some waffenamts that escaped scrubbing on the extractor, bolt base, and sight spring. Apparently the rifle was rebarreled by the  Yugoslavians, so it is about 1/4 shorter than a regular K98k. And speaking of barrels, the bore is a bit pitted, but still has strong rifling and reflects a good amount of light. As far as matching numbers go, only the stock, barrel and receiver, and magazine floorplate match.
For the shipping:
It took exactly a month to the day from ordering to arrival.
Overall, I’m happy with my purchase and will probably  buy again from RTI.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Overall happy January 29, 2021
Reviewer: Arthur R from Lynnwood , WA United States  
I'm pretty happy with my K98. It's old, and worn, and dirty, and grimy, but, it's a piece of history. And now it's mine. Everything was there, no cracks in the stock, the action worked perfectly. The only minus was the bore was shot out, total sewer pipe, so that'll need replacing, That's the gamble you've got to be willing to take. I just did again by ordering a Czech k98, and if it comes the same way I'll still be happy.

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