Mauser/Universal, bolt knob (Dakota) Quantity of 5 (five)
Dakota cast bolt knobs for custom replacements.
Quantity of 5 for a discounted price = $11.50 each bolt knob.
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Heat Sink, Mauser 98$6.00
Heat sink for use in 98 Mauser Bolt.Add to cart
Universal Bolt Welding Jig$15.00
Hold your bolt handle aligned properly to the bolt body while welding.
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Forster Inletting Guide Screws (Stock Making)$8.95
These simple tools allow you to keep the barreled action properly aligned in the stock during the inletting process. Without them it is very difficult to get a tight inlet.
- 98 Mauser
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