Info on Class III vintage WWII weapons

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WTG
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Info on Class III vintage WWII weapons

Post by WTG » 20 Jul 2002 03:22

Could anyone tell me where I can find any of the following items for sale?


Working Panzerfaust

FG-42 [ I know they are impossible to find ]

german mines [ working of coarse ]

Stielhandgrenates

ZB-26 or 30

German Yago 2B3B light MG

BAR

Any German MG's

Mp44

Hungarian or german Artillery, At guns, AA guns






any items up to $5,000,000.00 only please.




Thanks! :D


Steph

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Langemann
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Post by Langemann » 23 Jul 2002 00:45

As far as I know, a working Panzerfaust, any type of mine, Stielhandgrenaten, Artillery, AA or AT guns do not fall under a class III weapon license. They fall under what is termed "Destructive Weapon." You need to have a special permit, different than a Class III license. At least that is what a member of our reenactment unit had to get when he purchased a StuG III and LeIG 18 with fully functioning main weapons.

As far as the MG's go.. you just need to keep looking around through shotgun news and various large weapon shows.. like the Show of Shows that they hold in Kentucky every year.

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 23 Jul 2002 17:50

There is one public employees face I'd like to have seen -
'I would like a weapons license'

'sure, what kind of weapon is it?'

'a tank'

;)

Christian

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CLass III weapons - FG 42

Post by varjag » 24 Jul 2002 12:16

There's a guy in Switzerland specializing in FG 42's and parts for them.
Forgotten his site but just punch in FG 42 on Google - and you'll find him!

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