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Goerge302October 23, 2018 @ 11:25 am
You know I really appreciate you guys ruining my profile on here. I have sold so many firearms on this website now I'm sure everyone in their right mind will see your comments and refrain from purchasing from me. Never changed the price, except lowering it, never scammed you guys. Only thing I didnt want to do is drive to London to do the deal involving firearms in a parking lot. I guess for that its worth trashing my profile for. You're buddy was the one that kept finding "other k98s for much cheaper" and getting me to lower the price every week. I dont think you had any intention of buying the rifle in the first place. Thanks a bunch,
lex1974October 10, 2018 @ 10:28 am
George IS a liar and manipulator. I can confirm this. This past May 2018, I was traveling with vintagecollector67 to a gun show in upper state NY, and vintagecollector67 and so-called 'George302' were talking on the cell phone as we waited to get through at the border. I knew that vintagecollector67 had been going back and forth on a deal to purchase three firearms from George, and now I was hearing live over the cell phone how George was yet again changing his mind, changing the price, not agreeing to meet anywhere in order to look over the items he wanted to sell. I was surprised to hear that George wanted to change the deal again!!! Complaining that his Dad did not want him to sell the K98, and this and that. I told vintage to just forget the whole thing. I personally would advise anyone to be careful with this guy. (I am new to the list by the way. Thanks for having me. I didn't expect to join up to vet for vintagecollector67. But when I heard that George was back HAAAAA! I just had to get in and tell my side of the story). Lex1974.
vintagecollector67October 8, 2018 @ 7:09 am
Re: George the liar and his crony 'master jack': You are a matched pair of loons both of you, not sure if you're one and the same though. So? You want me to 'get over it' and yet you rant on like a nutter? Really? You sound as challenged as George. Very simple here: anything sold is worth what the buyer is willing to pay. A genuine 'all matching' K98 is currently in the $2.5K range, this rifle is not all matching. Simple really. As I have previously said: Buyer beware. As a serving member in the CF I expect more from people when they are selling a firearm: honesty, integrity, and a person of his word. George sadly, fails on all counts. Hopefully both of you will improve your manner in the future. Be men, not mice, stand up and be counted. Cheers!
master jackOctober 7, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Vintage: Get over it all..............go find another seller. I used to buy Garands for $36, K98's for $20., 303's for $$8-12 Army Navy Hastings St., And Lever Arms in 1962!!! Surplus is worth whatever a buyer(market) is willing to pay!!! Just sold all matching for $1250. and another for 2475, Have another mismatched with 1930's original sniper scope $2700.......are they worth it??? the buyers thought so. All matching only matters if you value it. Get serious: it matters not to a soldier about matching parts-- only armchair warriors.....there were plenty of rifles used in wars of the past with mismatched parts used in war: just because your family found some all matching does not support your contention that implies all vet bring backs are matching.....sober thought... "All war weapons carry the energies of victory, defeat, tragedy and horror associated with perhaps mankind's greatest folly "WAR"! We should value the history and not some silly matching folly. By the way asking for Name and PAL has nothing to do with you being a CF member(and I thank you for your service) feeling an obligation to ask because you are an active CFM but you must do so as it is mandated by Canadian Firearms Act. Not do so you may commit a criminal offence if you buy (or sell to) from a person who does not have a PAL : no one, even all Ist Nations, military members and police members and Canadian citizens must comply with this law. cheers! last word and opinion on this post!
vintagecollector67October 6, 2018 @ 10:12 am
Re: master jack comments about George302 reflect not only my experience with him but also another member of the CF whom I directed his way since George was also selling a pistol. Guess what? My buddy received the same 'all over the place chatter, price changing, after agreement changing his mind, and generally unreliable' attitude coming from a person who calls himself George but who actually goes by another name. As an active member of the Forces we are obliged to ask for the sellers name and PAL. Not one seller in Canada has ever faltered when I asked for a mutual PAL number exchange. A failure to do so means a person is suspect. Would you trust someone who will not freely and honestly offer up the same info? Now, as per the Mauser K98 itself, I have members in my family who have served both in the US forces and Canadian who went to Normandy in June 1944. All of the K98s they brought back have matching serial numbers on every piece of metal and stock. One is from 1943, and two others from 1944. All with matching numbers. The glaring omission of a single stamp number on the top portion of the bolt sleeve (as per the photo here) means that something is wrong with this called 'vet bring back'. It is perhaps a piece of kit brought back from the war, but it is not worth $2K because it is not 'all-matching'. The price should reflect this. The seller is nice enough on the phone, yes, but as I have said before: He is a liar. After coming to a price with both myself and my buddy he changed his tune on the sale of this piece. He even went as far as involving his father because it was a family heirloom. Buyer beware. As a serving member in the CF I expect more from people when they are selling a firearm: honesty, integrity, and a person of his word. George sadly, fails on all counts. Hopefully he will improve his manner in the future. All the best!
master jackOctober 5, 2018 @ 4:11 am
Re: vintagecollector67 comments about Goerge302 and his K98. I talked for quite awhile with 302 and he seemed quite upfront and honest when I asked about his rifle. To vintage I would say please check the photo of the K98'S BOLT: one can clearly see a stamped serial number albeit with non-matching (to rest of rifle) numbers just as advertised. Late1944 German rifles often had parts with no serial numbers because by 1944 "they" were losing badly and did not have time to stamp everything as the bombs were falling, eh! Also,I see the seller has changed the ad to read "that he was told by the guy he bought the rifle from that it was a vet bring back but he could not know for sure' Nothing wrong with that and I further note that the seller lowered the price and added OBO. Vintagecolector67 it does not sound like this buyer is a liar. One last word: vintage when buying a firearm one needs only to ask for the seller's PAL# and name, you may then call the CFO in your area to verify the info before dealing further. If indeed you are grilling sellers re: more information than that ,perhaps it is you, that people need to be cautious about. Cheers! (police officer, retired).
Goerge302October 4, 2018 @ 11:05 pm
I never raised the price on you. Infact I Lowered it for you. You also wanted my Drivers License, my address, my PAL, my social insurance number and you wanted to meet at a random public location where it would not be advised to bring a firearm. I tried to make a deal with you for over a month and you just wanted more and more personal information. I hope anyone dealing with you is cautious.
vintagecollector67September 19, 2018 @ 8:03 pm
Beware of this guy. He is a liar. I almost purchased this rifle from him, and then at the last minute he started into a sob story about his father not wanting to sell it in order to up the price. He's a real prize, always changing his story at the last minute. Also, Vets did not bring back K98s with bolts that had 'no' serial numbers stamped on the metal work. In this case an after market safety latch has been installed, along with who knows what else. Ask to meet him in order to look over the rifle and see what kind of tale you get. It should prove as interesting as all the stories he told me. Cheers!
seb34567August 13, 2017 @ 9:46 am
Nice guy, fast communication, item exactly as described. Will not hesitate to buy again from him.
Goerge302July 2, 2017 @ 9:56 am
They do however have a say in the product they purchase. If you look up some information about Poly Tec quality you'll find the overall fit and finish is usually better, as well people that build DMR rifles out of these prefer to use their receivers. Also they tend to be alot harder to find. I priced it the same as I would have priced a Norinco though.
Moe ammoJuly 2, 2017 @ 6:23 am
FYI Poly Tech and Norinco are import export companies not separate factories, the weapons are made in the same place by the same machines and factory workers.
gunnutzDecember 14, 2016 @ 5:56 pm
A+++ guy, item exactly as described, quick shipping, excellent communication. highly recommended.
Goerge302November 16, 2015 @ 1:51 pm
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  • City: Windsor
  • Province: Ontario
  • Country: Canada
  • Classification: Non-Restricted
  • Manufacturer: Mauser
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Model: 1871/84
  • Action: Bolt
  • Sights: Iron
  • Calibre: 11mm Mauser
  • Capacity: 4+1
Mauser 1871/84 All Matching


This appears to be an all matching Mauser 1871/84 made in 1888. Every single piece is matching including the screw heads stamped with the correct serial number.

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