Mauser K98 it one of German rifiles and had a big family

Posted by Mauserk98 on Dec 20th, 2009

Kar 98k MauserHistory, technical specifications and photoHistory rifle Mauser Kar 98 kKAR 98 rifle, has been created, as its name indicates, in 1898 by the German engineer Paul Mauser and entry, it attracts the eyes of many nations who buy this gun, like Spain, China even Belgium.Immediately after its inception in 1898, the gun K98, Deventer, the standard weapon of the Wehrmacht, the Army of the German Empire. Mauser plants develop in 1935 a new version of the gun, called K98, k for Kurz (short in German). Indeed, this latest version is shorter than the standard K98, used during the First World War.All German soldiers were trained before and during the Second World War have been with this gun.Like Lee Enfield Mark 1 No 4The K98 k could be modified to serve as a weapon marksman, by adding a telescopic sight. It was also possible to convert this rifle for use as grenade launchers.The Mauser KAR 98 ka was the weapon of reference of the whole German army, which was usually the only gun soldiers throughout the conflict. Its price at that time was of 70 marks per unit. Sheet rifle Mauser Kar 98 kCountry creator / user Germany
Legal : K98k
Total production : 2 769 533 units during the Second World War, 14 million units in total.

Firing Mode : Manual by Mauser bolt
Caliber 7.92 mm
Charger : 5 balls
Practical significance : 400 m
Effective range : 2000 m
Maximum Range : 4000 m
Firing rate : 15 strokes / min
Mass : 3.92 kilograms
Length : 1101 mm

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elite-sniper Dec 29 2009 says:

this is the best

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elite-sniper Dec 29 2009 says:

i don't see any photos wher is it if you need photos telle me

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AUG_DUDE Apr 21 2010 says:

KAR98 rulez

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Matqo May 6 2010 says:

Where can I get? :D

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Cremat0r Jul 5 2010 says:

Wow, I love this gun.
110 cm long, one fine piece of weaponry!

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Smallchange Mar 4 2011 says:

I dont have a K98 but i do own a Russian and a Finnish version of it (dont know the model of the russian but the Finnish is an M39 )

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aQKilla1 Mar 13 2011 says:

you could get these at gun shows

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Neko_san Nov 4 2012 says:

i like the weapon

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