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A Few Of My Subguns

Article about: Samnev - Is your MP34 9mm Luger/Para or 9mm Steyr/Mauser? I have to say, I didn't know a lot about them until I found mine, they are such cool and well engineered weapons. The rat-tail syste

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    Just finished displaying some of my subguns. The only one of these I shoot now days is the PPSh 41 and my Colt 21/28 Navy. (previously posted) All are fully functional but the PPSh 41 and the Thompson are my 2 favorites. All of the subguns are C&R's. i hope you like these subguns.

    From top to bottom:
    Lanchester MkI* full auto only
    MP 34 select fire
    Reising Model 50 select fire
    Norinco Preban AK 47 semi. Obviously not a subgun just had room for it there
    MP 40 BNZ Steyr
    PPSh 41

    Sam

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    Very nice, those Lanchesters must be quite rare!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Indeed very nice subguns.

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    wow, i like alot !!!

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    They all look fun to fire...... aahhhh dreams

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    I wonder who stole who's design ??? between the Lanchester & MP34...Both weapons look very much a like...A very nice collection by the way.. thanks for posting.. Cheers Terry

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    Lanchester is a copy of MP28/II while MP-34 is based on MP18. MP28 was evolution of MP18

    Very nice collection. What's the stock in the left-bottom corner?

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    Thanks for the info, Now I know..I learn something new everyday...lol thanks again Terry.

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    Quote by ph3s View Post
    Lanchester is a copy of MP28/II while MP-34 is based on MP18. MP28 was evolution of MP18

    Very nice collection. What's the stock in the left-bottom corner?
    The stock is for a 1917 DWM Artillery Luger. It's a 98+% artillery, all matching and have the snail drum, original holster and loader for it . For the display I put a repro holster as friends were handling the original holster which has fragile straps. It was previously posted here.

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    Looks great! love those sub guns.

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