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  1. #1
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    benchshooter5

    hi all. I have a chec 30/06 mauser action .I see a v294 on the action 1244p1,brno,zbrojovka, ceskoslovesaa on the barrel, any you guys know about this ?

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    The "2" is most likely a "z".
    Other than that you have not given us much to go on.

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    Basically Czech built Mauser 98's. Production was from 1924 -1942. They're considered one of the better fit and finished 98's from that era. Their metallurgy was also quite high. Quality slipped a hair towards the end but that was to be expected. During the war volume trumped all else. We've smithed quite a few to include .416 Taylors and .458 Win Mags. They'll take the pressure assuming they're in good condition and set-up right.

    -Lee
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    Last edited by Lee Martin; 07-16-2015 at 06:32 PM.

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    Brno is a large city in the Czech Republic with a history of metal working and firearms dating way back. The other is an address. Beautiful country where everyone drinks beer in place of water!.

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