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ZB 30 markings / history

Article about: Hi all, is there any specific markings or details on German use ZB 30's? I know the mags were marked WA63 but what about the gun itself? regards Bigsie

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    Default ZB 30 markings / history

    Hi all, is there any specific markings or details on German use ZB 30's? I know the mags were marked WA63 but what about the gun itself?

    regards

    Bigsie

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    The gun would also be WaA marked.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thanks Ade,

    Ever heard of direct SS procured guns that never went through the inspectors so called 'black' guns?

    Regards

    Bigsie

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    I have heard of stories like this, but I don't know the truth of it? But pre and early war the SS-VT were certainly sort of weapons, being outside of the WH procurement channels. So they did look elsewhere to find the kit they needed.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Try over on the milsurps forum, Kev Groom will know the amswer.

    This is my ZB39, this one is original, but I also have another which I believe saw German use


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    Thanks, Can you tell me his log on name? Couldn't find Kev Groom in the members list.

    Regards

    Bigsie

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    I wondered why they would only Wampt magazines without Wampt the guns.

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    Thanks for your help.

    Regards

    John

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