Collectors To The G/K43
I've been rescuing
unwanted and abused G/K43 rifles and ZF4 scopes since 1997 - - finding rifles
and scopes a good
home where they can be appreciated!
All the photos of
G/K 43 rifles and accessories on
this site are items currently in my collection or items I've owned and passed on
to other collectors to enjoy.
None of my photos
are "copyrighted" or any other nonsense like that. You can use the digital
images for research purposes - - just don't jerk folks around and tell them you
own this stuff.
If by chance a
photo is on this site of something you now own and would like it removed, please
let me know.
If you have a question, comment, or rifles,
scopes and accessories you think I'd be interested in, drop me a line at:
or by clicking the mail button below!
Cross Roads, AL 35763
My goal for this web
site is not
to cover all the aspects and fine details of the G/K43 rifle and its
development. That's been done by Darrin Weaver, so get a copy of "Hitler's
Garands" if you want to really to get "smart" on this rifle!
Link to Hitler's
How to take a G43 apart
My Local Hangout
Apfeltor G43 Gunsmith Service
Selective Fire G43 in 7.92 x 33
This page has
times since 14
“Just in case you were wondering, this site is in no way advocating
the "Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei NSDAP" (aka NAZI)
or in support of their actions. Fascism treats certain groups of
people within a society not only with discrimination, but outright
brutality, slavery, and wholesale murder. The engineers who created
weapons for the Third Reich collaborated with a completely evil
social system, contributing to the further the crime of the Nazis by
giving them the great engineering and manufacturing talents of the
German people. As a historian… I recognize the incredible
inventiveness and ingenuity of German weaponry of the 1940's, while
at the same time lamenting the incredible cost in life and suffering
the world had to pay to remove the Nazis from power.
pray to God that the world will never have to endure such horror
again. - Kurt Suleski”