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Fake WWII collectibles: Phony Nazi Steyr M.95

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There is a lot of forgery going on in the collectible gun community. People will fake anything they can to increase the value of something, many times destroying the value of an otherwise perfectly collectible firearm. In this instance we take look at a Steyr M.95 carbine that is covered in fake WWII Nazi Germany acceptance marks.

Sadly, people fake markings on firearms to try and increase their value. In this case we talk about a couple firearms but focus on the Steyr M.95 chambered in either 8x50R or 8x56R. In the 1990's about 100 Steyr M95's came into the country with fake Nazi proof marks. We show you one of these rifles and talk about how to avoid faked collectible firearms.

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