Good replicas? - Page 2




 
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October 14th, 2006  
MightyMacbeth
 
 
and those old real ones, do they need some sort of license?
October 16th, 2006  
major liability
 
 
How about working semi-auto replicas of the StG44? I love that gun and if I had to choose a piece of history (aside from the MG42) that'd definitely be it.
October 16th, 2006  
MightyMacbeth
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by major liability
How about working semi-auto replicas of the StG44? I love that gun and if I had to choose a piece of history (aside from the MG42) that'd definitely be it.
I dont know any sites that provide that gun, but would be nice to get to know some
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October 16th, 2006  
sven hassell
 
 
Try www.battleorders.co.uk for everything youve listed MM.
October 17th, 2006  
5.56X45mm
 
 
There is a german Arms company that makes a semi-auto MP40 and a Semi-auto MP43/STG44 also.
October 17th, 2006  
MightyMacbeth
 
 
Nice site Sven

5.56X , thats cool, but do you any sites?

Thanks
January 23rd, 2010  
ravi80k
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MightyMacbeth
and those old real ones, do they need some sort of license?
yes if want to posses real battle ready swords or weapons you'll have to obtain a license. for replicas, no need ..
January 23rd, 2010  
SigJohnson
 
 
Did you notice the date on this thread?
January 25th, 2010  
-- Dusty
 
 
Of course he did. He's just bored is all.
February 25th, 2010  
tarawa
 
www.militaryheritage.com

Great assortment of flintlock muskets, swords and other military items. I have been thinking of ordering a Brown Bess from them.
 


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