Has this been in a museum since the war? What's the history?
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
Great looking 88. I hate to tell anyone this, but I had the chance to buy one of these 25 years ago from a man in Indiana. He was a collector and had no room in his building anymore. he wanted $5000.00 for it and at that time It was way out of my price range. Let alone where would I keep in. I really Regret it now.
I have no idea what ever happened to it. The pictures he showed me setting in his machine shed on the farm looked just like this one. He did tell me he got it from a Veterans of foreign wars post that wanted to get rid of it. He Probable bought it for scrap price.
I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.
Nitram it looks to be in decent condition I imagine it is a little froze up do to the fact that it has not been used in many years a little persuasion via sledge hammer and some penetrating oil and grease and I am shur it will be free spinning in no time agree with all the above some more photos and any kind of history would be most welcome.
Regards Mark K
Outstanding More photos please
A beaut indeed....and I want one! :-)