Rare Rare Rare,
NEVER IMPORTED INTO THE US BEFORE!
Czech made K.98 K last war production with large winter
trigger. These rifles were manufactured on German equipment in
Czechoslovakia, at Brno and the Banská Bystrica plant. The codes is dot 45.
The rifles were made for export to Ethiopia for the emperor
Haile Selassie . The rifles are identical to the German made K.98K but instead
of the Nazi eagle the rifles have the Czech lion stamped on the receiver and
Also the firearms have the “St. George” coin embedded in the
stock as a symbol for Ethiopia. These guns were not known to exist. They are
nowhere found in any literature.
The condition is very good to excellent. The rifle feature the
large winter trigger magazine, a laminated stock and the late war stamped
bands. The bore is bright and shiny with strong lands and grooves.
Overall we would say that this Mauser has about 80-90% of original blueing..
This is a
must for every collector.C&R OR FFL REQUIRED