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  1. WTB Gew88

    Looking to reacquire a Gew88. Preferably closed magazine, stripper clip guides, notched receiver, and non Turk. Mismatch fine. I’d gladly buy my old one back from a couple years ago if the buyer sees this WTB. T
  2. M91 Carcano for an unusual use…

    Well I picked up a replacement M91 Carcano Moschetto (cavalry) version. RTI was having a sale, and this VG example was $165 shipped with an original 1939 steel clip. I asked for the oldest date possible rather than pay the “antique” fee which would have doubled the price. Wound up with a 1918...
  3. WTB: 32acp ammo

    Well, my 32acp stash is almost gone....need some more. Anyone have some they don't need? t
  4. Forgot how good this one was....

    Forgot how good this rifle was. This is one of the 10 official "Oddball" M03 Springfields; I got it from my local gun store back in 2008. Backstory: the Rock Island Arsenal was shut down after WWI; it's machinery and remaining parts inventory mothballed. Eventually the machinery would be leased...
  5. Tis the season to pop peeps

    In lieu of real peeps, used this. One of my favorite pistols, a box of Remington ball, about 35-40 feet t
  6. 1939 Nagant Revolver

    While in the middle of a sell-off, I have decided to rename the process “rebalancing my portfolio”. This in my mind allows me to refill slots that I miss from the past as I sell things. So here is refill number one. Refurbed, matched, 1939 Tula Nagant compilation. t
  7. New Firearms Acquisition Thread April 2022

    No April thread? Well I’ll start one. Currently “Rebalancing my Portfolio” with ones I miss as I downsize my collection. Refilled the M95 Nagant slot with this 1939 Tula compilation. t
  8. WTS Seven C&R WWI and WW2 era pistols

    Life dictates I have fewer hobbies as I get older. It's depressing, actually. The work on my '37 Pontiac is triple the original estimates, so I have to let a lot of my guns go and let this hobby slowly slip into the background. Prices are more or less firm and basically cover my original cost...
  9. WTS Great 1943 T99 Toyo Kogyo and 12/43 Remington M03A3 with accessories

    Life dictates I have fewer hobbies as I get older. It's depressing, actually. The work on my '37 Pontiac is triple the original estimates, so I have to let a lot of my guns go and let this hobby slowly slip into the background. Prices are more or less firm and basically cover my original cost...
  10. An "Unwilling" Gun Purchase

    I guess this sort of counts as Milsurp as it has "military" in its name. I have gotten a part time armed security guard position. The company has the state contract here in Mass. for the RMV. I'll probably be in Taunton to start, then either New Bedford or Fall River, being closer to home. I...
  11. Cases of 768 round Garand Bandoliers of 1953 US .30-06 for $650

    Of course illegal to MA. 2x 384 round tins of ‘53 US .30-06 sent to Ethiopia. Garand bandoliers. From RTI. $650 t...
  12. Very nice 1936 German modified VZ-24 Lion Crest

    Got this very nice German modified VZ24. German mods include a front sight hood and groove, blued bolt, and rear swivel removal and dowel plug. This refills the German VZ slot in my collection with probably the nicest one I've found. Only two flaws...bolt shroud does not match (26 vs 80), and...
  13. $223 RTI Carcano Moschetto

    Well, having sold my gorgeous M38 Terni Carcano, there was a distinct Italian gap in my collection. Figured I'd roll the dice and get a cheap replacement. These RTI M91 Carcano Moschettos were advertised as NRA VG/E, and as such, I decided against the hand select for bore and date pre-1918...
  14. 1943 bnz (Steyr) K98

    Picked this up on GunBroker for use as a loaner rifle in my WW2 group. Since they started charging sales tax, GunBroker isn't much of a deal anymore, not that it ever really was. Advertised as an ex-Ethiopian. Was already cleaned (externally) of dirt and goat droppings. Stock is an ex-Turk...
  15. WTS Matched: 1940 Terni M38 Carcano with folding bayonet, 1943 T99 Toyo-Kogyo, 1922 Izzy ex Dragoon, M1 Carbine Engineer Holster

    Hate to let these go, but found out I will not have enough money for the engine rebuild of my '37 Pontiac...I forgot that account the money was in was also decreased by a year's worth of car payments. Oops. So no trades. I have all my transfers. 1940 Terni T38 Carcano with original folding...
  16. WTB WTB: "Germanized" VZ24

    Looking for a "Germanized" VZ24. These are characterized by one or more of the following; wrist swivel removed and plugged, blued bolt, stock cut for German K98 sling, and/or German style bolt take down stock washer. Blued bolt with plugged wrist swivel most common. All characteristics present...
  17. Well traveled Mauser Gew98M

    I replaced the Gew98M slot in my collection. I will be using this for reenacting. This one was two months in the works as the USPS lost my money order/priority payment letter. To add insult to injury, I had to spend $6.25 to get a refund for what THEY lost. What the markings say (I think)...
  18. Picked up my last pair of Wartime 32s

    Coming to the end of restocking my wartime German/German occupation .32 collection. In the mail last night was this Sauer 38H, police proofed, from early 1943. Also on its way is an Imperial proofed M07 Dreyse from late 1916. I'll take a new family pic when it gets here. By 'end,' there is not...
  19. Early War P.27 rig (CZ-27)

    Traded in my late war phosphate finished German occupied Czech CZ-27 for an early war version. As the Germans did elsewhere, if an occupied country was making arms in a caliber the Germans used, they kept it in production. The 7.65mm/32 caliber CZ-27 began occupation production around serial...
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