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P 38, byf 44

Article about: Here is a pistol that is in my collection. I wanted one that would represent what would have been issued to my father and since I do not collect firearms per se, I opted for a de-activated o

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    I have a Garand that i wont shoot,, well i shot a complete clip through it when i first got it but that was it. it was made in 1942 and issued to a coastwatcher who took it straight home. It sat there till i bought it 10 yrs. go, for all intents and purposes its brand new. Its a real shame that most European countries wont allow thier citizens to keep personal firearms, especially the UK, being an ex pat from there it saddens me to see that.

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    Quote by mauser9 View Post
    Nice looking pistol. Don't feel too bad about your de-acts over there. Even thought it stinks not being able to fire them these guns are gettin more valuable by the minute. I have a Mauser all matching I will not fire for fear of breaking something. I know many will not agree but hate to break and replace with unmatching part and destroy value. To each his own.
    Thank you!
    I would probably not fire it if it were not de-activated either.
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Glad to hear some agree. All matching Kar 98ks in good shape with sling are bringing close to $1500 out my way. SS contract ones are around $5000 if you can find one. I will be looking for a P-38 shortly. Best Wishes.

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