is an example of the dou45 code mauser made by Waffen Werk Brunn during WW2.
According to Backbone of the Whermacht, these are found up to the "b"
block- however, I have seen Russian capture guns up to the "f" block.
This makes sense, as the factory was captured by the Russians and guns could
have been sitting in the factory at the end of the war.This is an original,
matching dou45, not a Russian capture gun. Most dou45's were captured by the
Russians after WW2, and a matching example is a prized possession. Dou guns
do not have the suffix number on the bolt, but have the small eagle proof on
the back. (Submitted Rifle- anonymous collector)