Lets see those firearms !

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Gustav_SC
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by Gustav_SC » 01 Aug 2014 06:24

Thanks Dan. That is unusual and interesting. The next time I come back to Denmark I hope to visit the museum!

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by Dan Mouritzsen » 01 Aug 2014 09:50

Send me a note and you will get the "grand tour" :)

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by Gustav_SC » 01 Aug 2014 15:34

Will do. Tak! (sp?)

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by kz1000 » 25 Dec 2014 22:05

Frommer 29M

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My other Frommers:
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The Stop is a WWII capture with papers.

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by TomGun » 01 Feb 2015 22:22

Some of my guns

1945 k98
1941 luger p08
1942 bren mk1*
? Chatellerault FM24/29
And an MG1a3p
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by YankeeZulu » 09 Aug 2015 20:53

TomGun wrote: 1942 bren mk1*
? Chatellerault FM24/29
And an MG1a3p
Those actual functioning pieces?
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by StefanSiverud » 24 Aug 2015 23:48

YankeeZulu wrote:
TomGun wrote: 1942 bren mk1*
? Chatellerault FM24/29
And an MG1a3p
Those actual functioning pieces?
Not likely on Guernsey...

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by YankeeZulu » 25 Aug 2015 00:11

My bad. Thought the thread said "firearms." :?

My Mosin:
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by henry bucki » 14 Jun 2016 23:16

Image some of mine

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by jerseydamien » 02 Jul 2016 17:37

Here's a few of my MG's.
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by henry bucki » 11 Jul 2016 23:05

Damien whats the story on the mgs ? all yours and are they full auto?

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by Jim_R » 01 Aug 2016 17:51

My Walther P38, byf 43 made by Mauser.

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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by Accumulator » 24 Jan 2017 03:02

Need some help or suggestions . Don't know the appropriate forum so here we go . I own a PPK inscribed " Adolf Speck " lovely fellow tried and convicted in 1946 at The Curio-Haus Trials held by British Tribunals . How the heck would one even start to track down the names of the arresting officers or parties and the property surrendered at the time of arrest . ie: this pistol Thx appreciate the help
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by ROLAND1369 » 25 Jan 2017 15:39

I have always bee fascinated by the Johnson Light Machine gun m 1941 used only by the w II US Marine Parachute Battalions and 1st Special Service Force. as Live weapons go for over 50 thousand dollars here, and parts kits for deactivated weapons are pretty much nonexistent I proceeded to build a full sized replica for my military display, none of which are live weapons. The only real component used in this gun is the magazine. Even the Jack Booted Thugs of our ATF Gestapo could not find an expert that could make this weapon fire.
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Re: Lets see those firearms !

Post by Sarge » 28 Jan 2017 11:10

Where was the airshow? Do you know who the C 47 belongs to?
What year is the 38A1? Mine is a 62.
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