Ha, I took most of them off for the photo but forgot the G41(W) at the end. Safe storage is key to not having my grandkid shoot me.Annelie wrote:Safety locks on any of those firearms?
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Yes sir, tough one to find in Canada. I collect mainly Axis infantry weapons, firearms, ex-firearms, mortars, land mines, grenades etc.CroGer wrote:OMFG. You are a GOD! Holy cow. Is that an MP41?
I think all I am missing in the long arms (except the weird late war bush pigs like the vk-98) are an FG42, G41(M) and an MP38. I still hold out hope for the latter two arriving.
Back row L>R: LP08 with Trommel Drum, MP44, MP40, G33/40, FP30, Type-99, Type-38, K43, MP41, MP28/II, M38, K98, No4Mk1*, M41, PF60, M95/s, K98, MP36ö, G41(W), C96 Red 9, M30, MG42
Middle Row L>R: P08 S/42, P08, 3 x manufacturers of P38, PPK, Type-14
Front row: PzSchk54, MG34
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A 1944 Model 300 in 7.65mm
and 1945 600/43 in 9mm Luger, seen here with a probable West German holster dated 1955, likely making it one of the guns resold to the Germans after the war.
Neither pistol has Waffenamts. Both were part of the Reich’s contracts with Astra but prevented from being delivered by the fall of Vichy.
Although not an Axis-era pistol, today I took possession of a 1951 Astra 3000 in 7.65mm, a former Hamburg police pistol. The 3000 was based on the 300, sporting a relocated magazine release and loaded chamber indicator.
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also some Radoms and HiPowers of mine
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