1956 BRNO ZG47 Action

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  1. neckdeep

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    56 BRNO ZG47 Bolt,receiver, firing pin, spring and safety, as shown in pics, previous owner did some light sanding on bottom edge of receiver, feed rail and inside are completely intact, standard .475 boltface, $625 shipped to FFL
     
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    Nice looking action. Will triggers made for M98s fit it?
     

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    Indeed a lovely action
     

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    Yes, I believe it uses a 98 trigger, I know the Blackburn trigger will work, others may know more and are welcome to chime in
     

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    I have a Blackburn trigger, j winser safeties, and a couple different sizes of original Blackburn bottom metal if needed
     
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    Not much for a recoil lug is there?:confused:
     

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    I have been told that’s why the military Mauser stocks all have the cross bolt. I guess they were designed to be used with bolt right behind the short lug. Surely someone on here will know, as I only have hearsay knowledge on this.
     

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