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    hi
    i'm greg from manchester,uk and i;m new to this but i always wanted to have ww2 gun collection

    can u give me any tips where to buy or antique auctions or just how to tackle this? where do i start? i spend hours looking on google but i didn;t find anything relevant

    please help

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    Hi Greg,as PHIL says Dave's the best one to ask. My mrs is a Rochdale lass,but she's not into "it". Stewy S

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    Quote by PHILBROWN View Post
    dont make her do anything shes not comfortable with stewy
    Phil,the only thing she ain't comfortable with it me. She says i'm a London so & so. And a southern softy,to boot! Stewy S

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    Hi Greg, welcome to the forum!

    I would highly recommend this UK dealer. I have done business with Tony many times and is a Gentleman:

    http://www.rytonarms.co.uk/site/home.php

    Which nation's weapons interest you most?

    Cheers, Ade.

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    gregocelt
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    thanks all of u for answers
    thank you Adrian for this website its nice

    by the way, do i need some kind of license to buy it? when i buy via internet is there is something else then be over 18 to buy it? i mean in England

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    Hi Greg, for any deactivated weapon, no licence is needed. You need to be 18. But you can ONLY buy from within the UK.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    so this website: http://www.rytonarms.co.uk they sell only deactivated?

    and 'deactivated' mean just to put on the shelf and that;s it? won;t be able to shoot?

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    That is correct

    Cheers, Ade.

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    one last thing:

    "Deactivated with a working bolt action it can be cocked and dry fired. "

    what they mean by "cocked and dry fired" ??

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    Hi Greg, "cocked" means that the action (bolt or slide) can be drawn back and the weapon be made ready to fire like it would in a still "live" weapon. "Dry fired" means you can pull the trigger and it will still go "click". In other words everything will still move and operate like a live gun, but it will no longer fire.

    Cheers, Ade.

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