|June 10th, 2011|
Black Diggers info
You can see some Maxim machine-guns, as well as a German WW-II era machine-gun, and a mine thrower (big upward-pointing tube there).
More of Maxims.
And the German gun in the middle there.
Two Soviet high-caliber armor-piercing rifles (anti-tank) and an assortiment of swords, sabers and such, this is a Cossack shop after all, we like blades too
Some other sort of machine gun, a bunch of AKs, a PPSh showing under the machine gun there, and on the middle-right a German WW-II Schmeisser sub-machine gun.
Hand-guns. I saw Lugers, Parabellums, TTs, Nagant revolvers, and a Makarov PM. We bought 5, different ones, they are cheap, about US$5 each.
PKM machine guns (eventually, we bought the one on top for around US$500), a gas mask, a AKM assault rifle, and another PPSh
PPSh, Schmeisser, Uzi (I think), another PPSh, AKM
Last edited by Prapor; June 13th, 2011 at 01:52..
|June 13th, 2011|
It is a pity as I am hopefully about a month away from being able to buy an MG-42 although I still have to justify its addition to the collection (and to be honest I am a bit thin on the ground for reasons other than I don't have one and would like one which really becomes a hard sell).
Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices. - Voltaire 1694-1778
|June 13th, 2011|
I have a ID like this:
Federal Service for Cossack Affairs. 750,000 Cossacks are enlisted with this... well... army, really, at this point. With own uniforms, own, Cossack, ranking system and everything
With this, I can (and do) walk in to a police or military armoury and take whatever I want. I also do not have to pay taxes. In return, I am tied to the Russian military for the rest of my life. If the country is at war, I am to come to the nearest base fully armed and ready to fight.