anybody have a stg44 for sale - Page 11




 
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4 Weeks Ago  
henryb
 
was collecting may be a better word. hope not but doesnt look good
4 Weeks Ago  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by I3BrigPvSk
God Damn, Monty. You seem to have an impressive collection. Are you collecting all kinds of weapons?
My only interest is in WW2 weapons and most of them are on loan to museums etc.

I don't see the point to having a collection if they are not available to the general public to learn from.

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Originally Posted by henryb
was collecting may be a better word. hope not but doesnt look good
Nope collecting is the right word, to date I haven't seen anything that invalidates my collection as they all meet category C class requirements, it may change of course but at the moment it is only the category E weapons being disposed of.
2 Weeks Ago  
henryb
 

Topic: 45 gi


my son just got this from the CMP civilian marksmanship program they drew his name and then you get on a waiting list. he got it today not sure what it cost i think he said it was 1943 date
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2 Weeks Ago  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by henryb
my son just got this from the CMP civilian marksmanship program they drew his name and then you get on a waiting list. he got it today not sure what it cost i think he said it was 1943 date
Always wanted to join the local pistol club and use their range but they have a bit of a reputation as a bunch of a-holes so I never bothered.

Still nice looking weapon, I could never be that lucky.
2 Weeks Ago  
henryb
 

http://thecmp.org/ looks like they sold out on the 1911s . ive bought an M1 from them and ammo ive never been to their range ,i think its about 150 miles from where i live.But anyway thought i would show off his LUCK.
2 Weeks Ago  
MontyB
 
 
That is the sort of thing I would like to get the boy into once he is old enough.

One thing I have been toying with is getting into black powder shooting, it looks very relaxing.
1 Week Ago  
MontyB
 
 
Very nice, we are coming to gripes with the new laws before I look at anything else although still working on an MG-34 to go with the 42, what I would like to find is an M1918 BAR.
1 Week Ago  
henryb
 
i always wanted a mg34. but didnt have the cash when they where affordable. what are they now around $35,000 or more
1 Week Ago  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by henryb
i always wanted a mg34. but didnt have the cash when they where affordable. what are they now around $35,000 or more
It really depends on where you go, if you go through dealers you will pay that easily but I have had a lot of luck in purchasing through the old Soviet states (Belorus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia) as they are still digging them up and you can get them for less than 10k Euro, that being said I have seen them advertised within the last year in the USA for around $15k.
The key to buying anything in Eastern Europe is getting it authenticated by a reputable expert before it is paid for.
 


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