Disassembly of the VZ24?

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  1. ysacres

    ysacres Well-Known Member

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    rgriffin2k
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    (3/4/03 5:06:55 pm)
    Reply Disassembly of the VZ24?
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    I'm looking for instructions to disassemble the VZ24 Rifle.

    Any info or resources is appreciated.

    1952Sniper
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    (3/4/03 5:38:15 pm)
    Reply Re: Disassembly of the VZ24?
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    Should be the same as a Mauser 98. Go to www.surplusrifle.com and click on the German K98 or Yugo M48 or CZ BRNO 98/22. It should be very very similar to those.

    I can also help you if you have questions.
    Macht kaputt, was euch kaputt macht!

    rgriffin2k
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    Reply VZ24 Finish
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    I used to own a M1 Garand and I had it re-blued. What kind of finish is on the Mauser VZ24 and what do you recommend to restore the finish?

    BTW, thanks for the help with the disassembly instructions.
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    For those who find this thread, it is not exactly the same as the K98 as the rear site is positioned differently. I got mine apart just fine. Just go slow.
    Last edited: May 3, 2012
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    try u tube
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    Great action for building a custom rifle.
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    Be very careful if you are removing the handguard, they break very easily.
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