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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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    First attempt to upload pics of some of my collection. none of these firearms are deactivated. All are fully functional.

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    WOW ! remind me never to break into your place ,fantastic collection...nice work !

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    You wouldn't happen to be the guy with all the videos on youtube? Nice to meet you again
    Best Regards

    Vegard T.
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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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    Wow! Really awesome. Do I see a Reising and a 1941 Johnson?

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    Holy crap !

    I am lost for words.

    Simply Awesome.

    Steve T

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    Fantastic collection kiwited! Really like the Sten and the US grease gun. While in the Army in Germany from 1981-1983,we were still using the grease guns and had the opportunity to fire one at the range. How long has it taken you to put together this fine collection ?

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    Is that a Lithgow Bren?

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    Thank you. There are a couple of MMG's sitting on the floor that I will photograph and put up shortly.

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    No, it's a Brit manufacture. I haven't seen any Lithgow guns here in NZ, but I guess there must be a few around somewhere. The poor Aussies had to destroy all theirs.

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    Cheers. i have the Mk 2 and 3 Stens and am looking around for a Mk 5. The M3 Grease gun is the first pattern with the external cocking handle. I believe the Phillipines still use a silenced version for their Marines. It's only taken about 5 years to put this together. More guns are on their way from the UK shortly.

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