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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    I'm also interested in the re-sleeving.

    Please post by who.

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    PM me, its part of the secret

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    As soon as I have paid the gun I will tell you guys

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    Quote Originally Posted by Finkelstein View Post
    Treeman you are wrong. 10k and its done
    A barrel change will likely cost the same or less, but since this process does not change the exterior of the antique rifle, it would be the only option. I do however fear that any collector value would still be severely affected.

    Is the "Plezier Mauser" an original factory version or one of the commemorative replicas built by Musgrave?

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser



    WAITING_________

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    Quote Originally Posted by A-R View Post
    A barrel change will likely cost the same or less, but since this process does not change the exterior of the antique rifle, it would be the only option. I do however fear that any collector value would still be severely affected.

    Is the "Plezier Mauser" an original factory version or one of the commemorative replicas built by Musgrave?
    Original factory Plezier Mauser

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    Quote Originally Posted by A-R View Post
    A barrel change will likely cost the same or less, but since this process does not change the exterior of the antique rifle, it would be the only option. I do however fear that any collector value would still be severely affected.

    Is the "Plezier Mauser" an original factory version or one of the commemorative replicas built by Musgrave?
    Original factory Plezier Mauser

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    I'm hoping that barrel sleeving could be done without having to go through the paperwork that rebarrelling requires. If so, it would be worth it for that reason alone.

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    Anyone interested in having a barrel sleaved, contact Gerrie Coetzee Custom Rifles in Bloemfontein.

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    Default Re: Value of Plezier Mauser

    Years ago I spoke to the Truvelo guys and they were able and prepared to do it.

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