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    I have a sporterized mause, it is a 7.9 cal., the marking are 44 8674-674 5606 ghn B897 7.92 there is a symbol that looks like a four blade fan on a car, another symbol is a box with a P inside. The next symbol is a empty box. Anyone know who made this rifle? I want to convert it back.

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    That would be a WW2 Mauser, the 4 bladed fan like logo means it was made and used by Germany sometime between 1938 and 1945. Check the inside of the barrel very carefully to make sure there isn't any corrosion, as ammo used by the Germans was corrosive.
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    Thank you for the information

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    Hi, I want to change back my German Mauser to original wood stock. Which of the many stocks from different countries will work best?

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    This is a tought question to answer without a QUALITY photo to work from. I hate to send anyone to the auction sites but that may be where your going to find what you need.

    Here is a '44 BYF K98. There are large and small ring Mauser rifles and this is a large receiver ring non-import Vet rifle.


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