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Krieghoff Model 32 Reciever and Iron. The reciever is an early serial number 7XX but is in excellent condition and mechanically fine. The reciever has been color case hardened and the color is great with little wear. The color case hardening looks good on this reciever and really dresses it up. They should have done these K32s that way from the factory. It has the standard K32 type trigger system as well as a K80 top latch. Other than that it is just a K32 in condition that is hard to find anymore. This one is ready for barrels and wood then off to the range. The only complaints on the reciever is the screws on the trigger guard have been tightened with a standard screwdriver and it shows. This of course is an easy fix and if I had a set of the screws I would just change them. If I don't sell it soon I will get that done at the southern grand in March. There is a little gaulling on the iron were it meets the reciever face but not any more than expected on a gun of its age. I just like to point out all the weak points so no one is dissappointed. The price is $1500. Let me know if you would like to see more photos...

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If anyone is interested in talking to me I can be reached on my cell phone @ 614.329.8672. If you end up getting my office just leave a message with my secretary Sue and she will get ahold of me.

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Everyone keeps asking me about the screws in the trigger guard. Here is a photo to show you. Simply said...they need replaced. Other than that there are no scratches on the reciever. I have had a few ask me that so I just want to be clear. Thanks for looking....



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Hi Jason: I need a history lesson. The K32 is how old? Used for what sport, sporting clays, skeet? Thank you, Dave
 

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Dave,

My guess is the reciever is from the early 60s. It is a 3 digit serial number and production started in '58. When I recieved the gun it was set up for Trap. But since it has no barrels it is an open canvas all you need to do is obtain barrels and wood. It could become whatever you wish.

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If the buyer want some nice factory K-80 wood to go on the gun then I have a friend selling some it has the factory 4 way comb also.

click the link above for the rest of the info as far as measurments.

Sorry to jump on your thread Jason but just thought the buyer might want to take a look.




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I just found out that the trigger guards are different lenghts in the K-32 and the K-80's but if one had a K-80 guard then it would match up right im sure the Krieghoff guru's will know more about this.

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