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MKB-42...mp-44 ......MAGAZINE

Article about: I think it's the original Czech Republic had a rifle stg 44 in his armament until 1950 ... and Mark is the lion In the E46 and it took over from the Czech army would be a better photo

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    I think it's the original Czech Republic had a rifle stg 44 in his armament until 1950 ... and Mark is the lion In the E46 and it took over from the Czech army would be a better photo

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    Hi,

    After the WW2, the tchecoslovaque republique used german machinery and they makes MP magazines with the german codes still graved on this recuperate machinery.
    On the other side they stamps their own code plus the two chiffres of the year of fabrication.
    Your Stg magazine is an after WW2 fabrication.
    Regards.
    Carfin

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    Thanks for the answers - nice to know what it actually is.

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    Quote by Carfin LEWYS View Post
    Hi,

    The manufaturer code are:
    aqr = R&O Lux Metallwarenfabrik
    fxo = C.G Haenel Waffenfabrik
    qlv = ERMA code WaA28Q
    ayf = Erfurter Machinenfabrik
    gqm = Loch & Hartenberger Metallwarenfabrik
    qlw = Adolf Grohmann & Sohn code WaA892
    bte = Frankische Eisenwerke AG
    jvd = Erste Nordbömische Metallwarenfabrik
    qlx = Unknown
    CHN = Gebr. Reinhold Maschinenfabrik
    kur = Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG code WaA815
    qnw = Unknown
    cxt = Waasia Ofenwerk Recke & Co
    qlt = Unknown
    tbv = Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG code WaA815.

    Regards
    Carfin.
    There's (at least) one more

    'Anton Reiche, Blechemballagen, Dresden'

    Regards
    Jacek
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    I have not seen yet nice

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    I have an StG44 magazine it has been stamped with the Czech marking E lion and 46 but I am sure it is WW2 manufacture, it has the factory code qlw. The Czech stamping is different and lighter and I can't see why they would use the German factory code system if it were post war.
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    I have eight magazines all bought in the late eighties;
    MKb42 4256
    MKb42
    MKb42 / uMP43
    MKb42/MP43
    MP43
    MP44 CHN
    MP44 bte
    StG44

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    The Czech's continued to use a three letter code system for some time post war.
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    good day,rudolph you could send a photo magazines? suran.michal@seznam.cz

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    Yes but a friend had a StG45 magazine, same manufacturer but no Czech markings!
    Also I believe the Czech made ones have Czech acceptance marks, mine hasn't.

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