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    Hello members!I have a question about guns.
    Are there in USA any online stores to buy DISPLAY(DEACTIVATED FIREARMS) especially WW2 German k98 and Russian Mosin Nagan.You know just for wall museum. no license.
    so far I know only militaryantiquesmuseum.com are they trustworthy. Thanks in Advance!

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    Try this link.. Welcome to UniqueCanes and Military Replicas!

    which the company is called Unique Canes they also sell decor models very reasonable...some a few parted original models. I bought 2 decor models from this Gent..very good guy to deal with. All Decor models are made of die cast metal..but high in quality and detail. I have 1929 Thompson. "gangster style" sub machine gun.. and an MP40. I will move this thread to the World Firearms forum for further input or other related stores..that others may be able to contribute. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Before buying deactivated weapons you should consider the laws for deactivation in your country. Laws can be strange indeed and there are many different interpretations on what "deactivated" means. If you are in Russia like me, customs are a headache

    Regards, Lars

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    Hi if you are in the US - use the term "demilled" or "display gun" not deactivated and then do a search.

    Here is a place in CA - Military Antiques, WWI WWII Antiques and Collectibles | Military Antiques Museum Antique and Deactivated Firearms

    I have bought a lot from IMA - they are fine, just do your research.

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    If your in the US why not buy one you can go shoot!? No license needed for a Mauser and a Mosin.

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    Perhaps he may *cough* not be...allowed to?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Quote by Nathan362 View Post
    If your in the US why not buy one you can go shoot!? No license needed for a Mauser and a Mosin.
    I wondered who buys a demilled bolt rifle, too.
    I collect MG's in any legal form, and own several demilled examples, that I could simply never afford as transferable examples.

    Seeing as the demilled rifles are more expensive than a shooting one this argument doesn't hold.
    The OP may simply too young to own a real one -

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    Maybe he just dont know much about the laws

    but I agree ....a bolt rifle??

    Buy the real deal, learn how it works,deact it yourself by removing parts(if thats your goal),hang it up then you have the best of both worlds is what you need to do !! then you can shoot her ever once in a while!!

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    Thanks guys! The reason why I want display gun is simple, its gonna be on the wall. I believe that we all should store the real guns some where in a safe place. I it gets stolen I will get in BIIIIG troulbe

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