Original German K98 G43 98K

Slings For Sale

 

$200/each shipped. Those that have damage, make offer.

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Last updated Aug. 5th 2018

61. In decent shape. A few flaws. Small bit of leather missing on buckle cover. End near 3 holes moderate stretching from use. Cross pattern visible on this example. Keeper in excellent condition with cross pattern highly visible. Keeper still has visible proof mark (waffenampt).

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62. Sling in decent shape. Some cracks and dings but nothing making it unserviceable. Nothing missing or broken. Cross or hatched pattern still highly visible on much of sling. Buckle stamped L&F. Frosch marked on back (with something looking like maker code and 38? but can no longer make it out. End near 3 holes moderate stretching from use.

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63. Sling in decent shape as you can see. Has small crack near buckle that ideally would be repaired before sling could be put into service. If one were not going to put sling into service this crack (only visible from back) would likely not need to be repaired. Might be ideal for a rifle one is getting ready to sell.

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64. Sling in pretty decent shape. No notable markings or defects.

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65. Small tear in leather on back of frosch. Would not affect serviceability. May wish to stich this. Some moderate stretching near 'hole end'. Waffenampt still visible on frosch as well as manufacturer, "H.W. Eiden... Stutt... 1937". Sling still serviceable with no other notable flaws or defects.

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66. Crack (shown) near buckle that would affect serviceability but not display functions (as crack did not make it all the way through all the leather to the front). Ideally would be patched or somehow repaired. Sling needs some conditioning and TLC. Is a shame too as this sling is pretty nice with some nice markings that did not survive the war on most slings of this type. Clear markings on back of sling are: "Eugen Huber 1940 MUNCHEN". Also still highly visible is waffenampt stamp near buckle (shown). Small tear in buckle leather (shown).

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67. Maker's stamp on back of frosh. Can only still make out "1938". Very small tear in buckle leather (shown). Otherwise sling still in good serviceable condition. No major flaws or defects.

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68. Frosch in good condition and stamped with inspector's mark, "1851 OK" on back. Buckle stamped "L&F". Back of sling near buckle has another stamping but it is not seemingly legible. Sling in good serviceable condition with no major flaws or defects.

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69. Buckle stamped "L&F". Tiny bit of leather missing from buckle (shown). Sling otherwise very sound structurally. Highly serviceable sling.

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70. Buckle marked L&F. Some cracking but nothing major yet. This sling could use some conditioning. Frosch marked with maker and year. 4X. Cannot make out second number.

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71. Sling has some cracking, could use a good conditioning, and is thus nothing to write home about. The frosch that came with this sling from Europe however is magnificent; you are not likely to find a finer example. Frosch in simply near perfect condition with clearly legible "S/42" marked on back of frosch. The sling itself may belong on a Russian capture, but the frosch belongs on your museum or show guns.

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72. Small tear on buckle leather. Buckle marked "L&F". Sling nothing special but...The frosch that came with this sling from Europe however is amazing; you are not likely to find a finer example. Frosch in simply near perfect condition with "S/42" marked on back of frosch. The sling itself may belong on a Russian capture, but the frosch belongs on your museum or show guns.

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73. Sling is pretty average but frosch is early style brass versus steel button. Frosch button marked with presumed unit number "108". Thus frosch would likely be ideal for early or mid to late 30's rifles, going up to as high as perhaps 41 or so. That this detail will be significant to everyone, but some out there will no doubt care.

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German K98 G43 98K Slings Manufactured in 1934, PHIRISO 1934