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Guys, new learning collector. My C96 1930 that the group here helped me learn about here needs a new bolt. I have found a place selling a repalcement but they advertise "new style" or "old style" I don't know which is which for my gun. I have included a picture of the chipped bolt in this picture. I think this is the new style but not sure so asking the group here. If any of you have one for sale I am wide open with interest as well for buying yours.
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There is not a lot of difference, shown are a WW1 bolt and a very late M1930 bolt.

I guess they are referring to very, very early models with a long extractor and those with the shorter one.

Note that the WW1 version, right side, has a rail that is not present on the 1930s version (left).

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To confirm, I want the bolt on the left hand side of your pictures with out the extra rail as pictured on the right side correct? I want the bolt pictured to the left one single rail down the middle. I keep finding the older style pictures on the right.

The early bolts have a long extractor. for a M30 you would want a late bolt. Regards,
 
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