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    My MG34 dummy gun with cast aluminum reciever
    3 ammo drums and 2 drum carrier
    spare barrel carrier with unused MG42 barrel
    ammo can
    Ammo belts with wood tip training rounds painted copper
    (30 cal. dummy gun a friends)
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    Nice, I'd love an mg34 or an mg42 but the Mrs does not want one in the house with the kids about
    Anyway, yours is nice
    Regards, Simon.

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    Hi qm612
    That a fantastic pice of machinery, I like the mg34 and 42, this to a my favorits WW2 belt feed guns
    The browning in the back of pic dos it miss the tip it also a nice pice of war toy
    How big is your collection?

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    Thomas Size does not matter, its how you us it.
    Its hard to say how big it is, I seen photos of other guys collections which makes mine small. I would have to say above average.

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    would love to mount that on the hood of my car ...... he he

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    What I ment was How large a fild have you spred your collection over? SORRY
    Do you also have tunics and fiels gear and stuff like that

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    20 front seam GI helmets down from at one time of 40
    10 Class "A" uniforms
    2 Dress Blue uniforms
    Field gear
    Field Jackets M41 & M43
    I have some CD's with some photos of my collection,
    will have to dig them out and post some photos.
    My usier name QM612 stands for
    Quarter Master 612 Graves Registration Company
    I have the units history book printed at wars end
    The Companies group photo prior to be set over seas
    And a collection of unpublished private photos recieved from one of the members he sent just prior to his death.
    But my most prized items are from a women I worked with who gave me all of her late husbands military items.
    Major Ralph J. Wevers 319th Infantry Regt. G3 80th Infantry Division
    His complete Class "A" uniform minus hat and combat uniform with M41 Jacket

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