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    Un-numbered K31 bolt sleeve?

    Found another K-31 1943. All numbers match except the bolt sleeve. It has no markings. What gives?

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    The Swissicon were pernickety about things like numbering. So no number = was never on an arsenal-completed and accepted rifle = leftover after production ended and spares disposal. An in-service replacement would have had the number applied.

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    Patrick's explanation is as likely as it gets.

    Any entity that required numbers stamps of various kind were always serious about it.



    It was a requirement for acceptance.

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