JRhoney: The country that built it. German mausers have a longer action than yugo
ones but the difference is not really noticeable. Also, yugo ones tend to
be cheaper at the moment.
Targetpopper: most of the parts on these rifles are not interchangeable with the normal
long action 98s. So if you have a k98 dont buy any m24/47 parts for it,
odds are they wont fit. pretty cool video, get em started young!
spshorty13: wow... im pretty awesome!!
baldy1172: Mainly, the straight bolt.
Nemanja Monarch: Yugoslavian is shorter for 10 centimeters then Mauser K98.
paintballer1578: im thinking about geting one of these rifles and i wanted to know if they
really do have alot of kick back or is not as bad as every one tells me it
pector55: @halo1mastr The Yugo Mausers are heavier than the German K98s. I also
prefer the sights on the Yugo because they are "block" than the K98's "V"
shape. It may just be luck of the draw but my Yugo is more accurate. I have
no problem hitting 12" metal plates at 250 yds with iron sights. With the
K98 I can't hit a thing. For the price, the Yugo (at least mine) is one
Raljr15: i angree with icemelongreen
2damaxmr2: I am impressed. My gf can't even handle .223.
mrantihippie: wow...that bolt isnt that hard to operate.glad to see your teaching her to
icemelongreen: pector55 your a great Dad / Uncle or brother !
Jim R: Whack that bolt, lol
waynerd23: @2damaxmr2 fine a new g..... sorry.... only joking.... on a serious note -
put together an automatic Ruger 10/22 for her then