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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:19 am 
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Dakota Mauser 98 Bolt Shroud with 3 Position Safety Steel in the White


Fully machined shroud features a Model 70 Style 3-Position Safety that keeps all of the gas-deflecting advantages of the Mauser shroud. Steel in the white, this shroud requires gunsmith installation.
Anyone know if this style will work on a yugo m48 bolt?,i have a m48 action i'm going to turn into a 308 target rifle ,i like this style of safety ,being a lefty shooter the saftey seems like it will work better for me ,any info would be great ,thanks,Eric

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I don't see why not. The Yugo action and thus triggerguard and bolt body is a bit shorter, but all other parts, including bolt shroud, cocking piece, and safety interchange with standard 98 parts.

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I agree with jardows. The M48 shroud and full length '98 shrouds are interchangeable.

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Good didnt want to buy it and have to send it back ,plus a good working safety for a lefthander.

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The Gentry version of this safety does NOT fit the M-48, I tried. In order to fit, it needs to slip about 1/16" farther down the firing pin. I could grind a little off the back but I don't want to mess up an expensive part. I bought the Gentry because that was all that was in stock at the time. It does fit a standard bolt fine.

If the Dakota works on the M-48, please report back. I really like this style safety.


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