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    Just got this maxim with which im very pleased,ive seen Adrians threads about his accessories and have managed to source cloth belts in europe,im not paying the ridiculous price for a water out let that a certain gun dealer here in uk wants so looking to the states Allegheney arsenal and IMSA have all the right stuff and at cheap price but i suspect looking at the shipping instructions there might be problems getting stuff out.
    Rytons do what they say is a two can ammo box and Allegheney do a 3 can ammo box which appears to contain a water condenser and two oil cans.
    Anyone got experiance on getting the right accessories at the right price.
    Also shall i sell the metal ammo links as i dont collect Finnish or post war stuff.

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    It is possible to get some obvious non pressure bareing parts from the USA such as ammo boxs, tools, belts etc. from places mile IMA but not sure about Allegheney arsenal, I think last time I asked them it was a deffinate no.

    Is that a 1919A4 on the table?

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    Christmas dinners are a thing of the past in this house.

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    I would ask a comrade in the States to have them shipped to him and them he could forward them onto you. There are no import restrictions on cans etc. I am sure someone would do this for you. I know it would bump the cost up a bit though.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Adrian have you got a water can/steam chest for yours ?
    Colin.

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    Hi Colin, no, I have shown all my kit in my thread.

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    Be very careful that you don't fall afoul of ITAR restrictions, US State Department - Policy - Directorate of Defense Trade Controls this can both you and any friend in trouble for trafficking - the treaty is far reaching in terms of the sort of accessories that are controlled and is big reason that dealers can't ship outside their home countries or into the States. With enough time money and specialist in the regs you can navigate through it i.e. $5k in costs for a $500 item. You do not want the legal hurt that goes along with this - be very careful and perhaps resign yourself to spending more and buying where you live.

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    As you say its a minefield....I did read some items under $100 were sendable,but i will see if i can get closer to home,thanks.

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    What a crazy world we live in......
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    Its the same now for auto parts,i cant buy a switch for my 77 dodge m880 from some us dealers it doesnt seem to have perculated into the ww2 jeep department yet but im sure it will.

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