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  16:48:49  16 September 2013
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100RadsBar
100RadsBar - Formerly known as LoboTheMan
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Got my self a shotgun last friday:

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Seems I have a knack for picking up old eastern block weapons.
It is a Suhl-Merkel in 12/70 Cal.

I do not know the age, but it says made in the GDR (German Democratic Republic / East Germany).
So it has some years to its name. It has been made before 1990 when the GDR was dissolved

The bore, and everything looks & feels brand new, except from a few minor scratches on the on the butt-stock, so not many shells have been fired with it, yet

As opposed to hunting rifles, shotguns are easy to obtain, just show them your (valid) hunting license, pay for the gun, and fill out a form, which the store will send to the police for registration.
Also I do not have to renew the permit every 10 years, as I have to do with the rifles I have.
  16:56:52  16 September 2013
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PCDania
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Finally something I can say: "I have one too" about.

Unfortunately it's not the side-by-side but the small toolbox with red handle. I use it for my computer repair tools.
  09:51:50  17 September 2013
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Finally something I can say: "I have one too" about.

Unfortunately it's not the side-by-side but the small toolbox with red handle. I use it for my computer repair tools.
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He he, I use that for my fishing gear

Yesterday evening I took the gun apart to clean it.
Whoever had this before me, sure took good care of it, it is in mint condition.
  21:52:37  17 September 2013
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Tejas Stalker
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100RadsBar~

Nice. Makes me want to go mutant Boar hunting.

TS
  09:17:15  18 September 2013
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100RadsBar~

Nice. Makes me want to go mutant Boar hunting.

TS
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Thanks
It should be able to take out a mutant or two

Next mission is to see if I can get a permit for an SVT-40 with a scope rail. Which can prove to be tricky.

NB: I got the last accessory for my Mauser K98k yesterday:

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  23:57:30  18 September 2013
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BobBQ
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That appears to be a Yugoslavian Mauser bayonet for an M24/47 or M48. It will probably fit, but original German bayonets don't have that muzzle ring.
  17:23:49  19 September 2013
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That appears to be a Yugoslavian Mauser bayonet for an M24/47 or M48. It will probably fit, but original German bayonets don't have that muzzle ring.
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You are correct, there are some Cyrillic letters on the blade near the hilt.

But that is fine with me since I have 1950 Czech Mauser.
The bayonet fits perfectly on the rifle

The rifle, trench magazine, the bayonet:
Hi ho, hi ho, off to zombie killing we will go
  18:18:01  21 September 2013
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Vikingstalker
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I seem to remember that the very early variants of the German bayonets also had the muzzle ring ?
  20:01:06  21 September 2013
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BobBQ
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German bayonets for rifles before the Gewehr 98 were generally attached using a muzzle ring and a lug on the forward stock band, but Mauser introduced a new type of lug for the M98 which mounted the bayonet only to the stock without needing the ring.

The reason was that a bayonet attached to the muzzle altered the barrel's harmonics, and thus where the bullet would strike relative to the sights' point of aim. (This is also the reason why Mosin rifles were zeroed with the bayonet attached.)

Despite this, some foreign copies of the Mauser 98 were issued with bayonets that still had the ring.
  21:03:29  21 September 2013
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Vikingstalker
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Thanks for clarifying that
 
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