Great Condition Late War WW2 German Kreigsmodell K98.
Kreigsmodell rifles are typical of 1944/1945 produced rifles.
A Kreigsmodell K98 can be identified in a many ways as they are typically absent of; bayonet lug, cleaning rod, disassembly disk and a hole for takedown located in the butt of the gun. Also know to some as "Last Ditch".
This rifle is commonly known as a semi-Kreigsmodell but its not entirely true as Gustloff Werke (bcd) a smaller firearms manufacturer, never fully transitioned to all features missing due to having many smaller companies producing individual parts.
This item is in Fantastic condition with a beautiful woodwork and all correct Kreigsmodell parts.
Not an all matching example but still a fine piece of Second War history.
Complimented with a Smooth, Dry, Firing Action.
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