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Old 12-25-2010, 07:23 PM   #1
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Seeking any clues to content or sourcing of known tools typical of a WW1 Imperial German field armorer toolkit, most generally applicable to Mauser gewehr 98 field maintenance. Specific interests in front sight adjustment tool, ruptured cartridge extraction tool, field cleaning tools, etc. Any guidance will be appreciated.



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Old 12-25-2010, 09:47 PM   #2
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Check Brownells or Tapco, if you don't see the sight adjust tool listed give them a call, I'm sure they have one that will work for you. You can also try; Hessen Antique, Your source for Authentic Reproduction German Uniforms, Headgear and Equipment Give them a shout, they can help you also.



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Checked all three. Brownells might be a good bet if I call them, but a site search was fruitless. Tapco doesn't seem to deal with C&R tools, and HA didn't list anything right now. But thanks for the suggestions.

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Check with Sarco. Northridge Int'l might have some info and parts for you as well.

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Tried sarco.com with no luck, but northridgeinternational.com provided link to ebay item which, although not a genuine "WW1 imperial german field armorer toolkit" item, suggested a usable design. Still seeking the real deal and any other period tools that were commonly found in the WW1 imperial german field armorer toolkit. Any new leads appreciated.



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