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Nazi 22 caliber belt buckle gun

Article about: And now for something completely different Rare Nazi 22 caliber belt buckle Rare Nazi Belt Buckle Pistol Chambered in .22 LR - Guns & Ammo Sorry, only a link. Working from a cell phone.

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    And now for something completely different

    Rare Nazi 22 caliber belt buckle

    Rare Nazi Belt Buckle Pistol Chambered in .22 LR - Guns & Ammo

    Sorry, only a link. Working from a cell phone.

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    And "Now for something completely different" Safe travels Mike and family !! G
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    Thanks G-Man,

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    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

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    Just be careful... G
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    Looks like it might be for real? Comments from the "experts" below are priceless, as usual...


    bln maker code is for Brüder Assmann in Leibnitz/Steiermark.

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    4th Reich. IMO
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    Gee, that would come as a huge surprise... I mean, it must be real, one sold at around "$20k gavel price". Surely people with this kind of money are too smart to be taken?

    Btw, Nazi memorabilia is now a $40 million a year industry, whether that separates real from sales of fakes I don't know.

    There's probably more of it floating around now than at any time in history, certainly more than there was during the time period itself...

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    This idiotic thing surfaces every so many years. I remember first seeing it back in the early 70's in Guns and Ammo magazine. I notice now, that despite the inside of it looking the same, that the buckle itself looks more fancy and dolled up. Apparently, G&A must have forgotten that they had run an almost identical story on the same thing 30 years before. It has been debunked over and over again, and yet every time someone prints an article on it again, people begin believing in it again. I never could quite imagine a Russian soldier capturing an SS Officer and Not noticing that after he had disarmed him, that the prisoner was standing there fiddling with a gigantic fancy belt buckle and looking desperate...
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    Wonder if they ever made one in 8MM mauser.

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    I remember this buckle from a old very big and heavy "bible" i had in my younger days. It was called "weapons of the world" (or something like that). I probably spend 1 year of my life total to study this book. Thank Odin i stopped collecting weapons, i had very bad hoarding tendencies i recall.....

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    Now i remembered, it was called "Small arms of the world". A big and heavy blue book from the early 70s maybe?!
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