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My MG34 and MG42

Article about: Pics seem to be up and running again. They are great MGs, Patrick.

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    Are they both still live? Do you shoot them much if they are? Definitely two beautiful examples of my two favorite LMG's! I've shot MG34's & MG42's before but only with blanks back in the 70's & 80's when I used to re-enact.

    Mike

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    Hi Mike, these two are UK deactivated, so aren't live. Thank you, and I like them both as well, I like the mg42 best! Patrick

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    Woooooooooow! They are on my list for someday...

    Are they intact?

    K.

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    Hi, they are both UK deactivated, so the bolt and barrel have been deactivated, and the bolt cut off at a 45 degree angle. Hope this helps! Patrick

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    Truly the best I have seen on this forum. Many thanks for sharing these fantastic weapons.

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    Hi Mauser9, no problem, its my pleasure to share them! Thanks,
    Patrick.

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    Absolutely fantastic,would love to own either but 42 would be my favourite,just out of interest in picture number 9..isnt the belt upside down

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    Hi Torch,
    yes good spot, I took that picture before I even realised! I can't blame you for choosing the MG42, that is my definite favourite too! However the MG34, is close behind, and up close has superior build quality, especially being a 1940 dated example. If you, or anyone else is interested in any more pictures, I would be more than happy to post some! Many thanks once again for the positive responses, Patrick.

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    I tried looking this thread weeks ago if not months but there was no pictures so I presumed my computer was playing silly buggers again!!!. I noticed that about the belt but wasnt sure not owning 1, but I do know the GPMG the belts goes the other way up!!...both very good looking weapons Pat,Its on my hit list right after the MP 40 smg...Thanks for showing cheers Terry.

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    Thanks for responding to my comments Patrick. Don't feel too bad about your deacts as I have said before concerning these valuable collectibles. I have my father-in-laws KAR 98 and have not fired it yet due to its all matching and fine condition. Some will disagree but I am afraid if anything goes wrong it will destroy collectibility. All matching KAR98ks in good shape are bringing $1500 to $2000 dollars over here. Especially GI bringbacks. Your guns even over in USA would require all kinds of bulls*** if in working order I believe. However they would sell for a small fortune if in working order. Nice to corrospond with you members and again thanks for the pics of my favorite guns.

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