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My WW2 collection from Poland

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    more photos of my MG-34
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  3. #22

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    Very awesome collection, a pleasure to look through the pics, well done

    Regards
    Jason

  4. #23

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    Very good

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    Great collection, well done !

    Regards
    JT

  6. #25

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    Must be a lot of paperwork to own so many weapons and munitions, even if deactivated?

  7. #26

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    in Poland on an empty ammunition does not need a permit. The weapon must have police certificates

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    Dzien dobry
    Bandi1973, what a super fine collection.
    Did you tell about the S&W?
    I wonder about that one, as its not a S&W 'Russian' version.
    Is there any story as to where it was found and who might have used it?
    Thanks for posting

  9. #28

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    Please, compare my S&W with those on page:

    Smith & Wesson Model Three top-break revolvers for sale

    mine was found in Russian WW1 trenches in north-east Poland.
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    Fantastic revolver and fantastic find, Bandi.
    I know of the S&W 'Russian' but thought they all had the horrible hook on the triggerguard.
    Yours must be a Russian model 1 then.
    Amazing, that they still used it in WW1.
    If you ever want to part with that please drop me a PM.

  11. #30

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    WOW! now that's what i call an arsenal! keep up the fantastic job!

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