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WW2 Small Arms Collection in New Zealand

Article about: Yes, you did. The Reising is the folding stock version, and the Johnson is a standard issue. Quite a rare rifle to find nowdays. It still shoots OK, although the barrel is a bit worn.

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    OMG, So the MG 34 is fully functional?, what I would do to have the chance to fire one of those, awsome collection mate.

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    Would you be interested in buying an unconverted and original 1892 French Mannlicher Berthier (built at St Ettienne in 1894) in good condition for its age?

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    wow you even have the single shot "liberator" assasins pistol

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    Thought I'd bump this one (found it whilst googling!)

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    Very nice collection. I especially like the D hadle on the Lewis. Very hard to fing in the states, congrats.

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    great collection. All I can say is WOW!!


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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