Hello all, Yesterday I bought a refurbished Mauser 98.I was wondering if anyone could help me with its identification.I know that it was made by Nazis and then it was refurbished by yugos, but I want to know when and where it was made. Markings: RING Top:Yougoslavia Crest on the top of the ring (with the date 1943) Left sidereduzece 44 Right side:t 2854 BOLT HANDLE t 2854 RECEIVER Left:Model 98 NOTE:No "/48" is presentt UNDER THE SIGHTS German marking of firing tests-Nazi eagle with number 25. BUTPLATE 8507 -One the side "Model 98"(Note:There's no "/48" behind it). My conclusion including some facts know about this rifle: The rifle was manufactured by Nazis and has been captured by Yugos between 1942-1945.After the war, it has been refurbished at Kraguljevac(this explains the presence of the markings "Preduzece 44" and the yugo crest).The marking "Model 98" says that the refurbish procedure was made most probably between late '40 and 1952(An old friend of mine, who served in the JNA, told me that since the rifle hasn't the "/48" markings among the "Model 98", it was done before 1950).The markings T2854, 8507 are yugo markings. Other info: Cal. 7,92x57mm Mauser Weight:4.2 kg All the operational parts are milled. The bolt has three locking lugs Bayonet attachment present-looks like original The metal plate on the buttstock is heavier than normal but si stamped. The Iron sights are adjustable from the top and bottom side(I mean: the Range is marked on both sides of the sights) I would like to thank in advance anywone who can help me determine the rifle's origin.