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    Just picked up a VZ24 36 acceptance date

    Saw this at an auction I was at and couldn't resist.
    Serial numbered on left side receiver 4160v3 with E(rampant lion)36
    Rampant lion right side of receiver
    Serial numbered on stock 4160
    Serial numbered on bolt is 8340v5
    (z) on the safety
    (z) on bayonet lug
    Rampant lion crest intact
    Slide sling delete on stock and plugged with wood on both sides, and side swivel loop removed from front band
    Came with an original sling
    No import marks

    Its in really nice shape. I will break it down and see what other stamps are on it, barrel etc. Have posted some pictures below but will add more later. If anyone has more info please reply. Learning about these rifles through this gun. Plan to shoot it Friday.

    Also bought a Brazilianicon 7mm vz24 and an all matching gew98 1916. More on those later. Was a great auction.



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