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Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition

Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition

Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition
This is very rare to find B5T Belt loading Machine. This is the later 1920 patent dated loader. This has a lot. Of the updates that are also on the 1918 browning belt loading machine. These are very rare and hard to find. This is for 30-06, i hVe been told that these are sometime called the 1928 colt belt loader. It is believed these are comercial belt loaders and not US military. This is not for the colt digger, that would be the older, non updated design. This is the best description I have found on this item. FEEDING THE TIGER: COLT VS. 30 CALIBER BELT LOADING MACHINES- A COMPARATIVE STUDYBy Jean-Francois LegendreIf World War II vintage belt loading machines for. 30 caliber Browning fabric belts are commonly encountered these days, the very early Browning variant, as well as its Colt predecessor, are considerably scarcer. This article is intended to provide a thorough visual and technical comparison between the Colt and the early Browning belt loading machines for the caliber. The first belt loading machine intended to fill the stripless fabric belts for the Colt Potato Digger Model of 1895 machine gun was patented both in the United Kingdom and in the United States by John M. The US patent was granted under the reference number 660,244 on October 23, 1900 (application filed on November 16, 1899), whereas the British patent had been granted earlier on January 4, 1900. Although this early machine had been designed by John Browning, since it had been primarily issued with Colt Model of 1895 and Model of 1914 machine guns, this machine will simply be referred to as Colt loader in the subsequent text. This belt loading machine saw a very wide distribution by accompanying the numerous Colt machine guns exported worldwide as well as those acquired by the US government. With years of experience gained by the use of the Colt loader, it became apparent at the end of the First World War that a few improvements needed to be incorporated to provide the newest, and commercially most promising, Browning Model of 1917 machine guns with a more reliable loader. Accordingly, besides some minor technical modifications, a set of new features to be embodied in the previous Colt loader has been patented by John Browning in the US under the reference number 1,327,698 and granted on January 13, 1920 (application filed on September 9, 1919). This improved new loader, which was used worldwide for decades, will be denoted in the following presentation simply as Browning loader. Retrieved by the renowned author Dolf Goldsmith, an interesting correspondence, dated April 26, 1918, between the Office of Traveling Supervisor/Textile Equipment Inspection, Bridgeport Conn. And the Engineering Bureau, Ord. Washington DC provides some further insights on the topic of belt loading machines and on the motivations of some of the improvements. In this 1918 dated document the two loaders were already denoted as old Colt loading machine and new Browning loading machine. Besides the commercial Colt manual for the Model of 1914 weapon, the other reference used in our study is the US official Handbook Antiaircraft material for machine guns – service handbook dated November 1919. In this document, the Browning, Colt and Colt Vickers belt loading machines are described. It is emphasized that Colt and Browning loaders, although visually similar, are not interchangeable since the cartridge pitch of the fabric belts for the Colt and Browning are different. It is also noted that the fabric belts for the Marlin machine gun correspond to the Colt belt pattern. Although the author has not been able to determine any conclusive difference from belt specimens between the cartridge pitch of Colt (and Marlin) and early Browning belts, the Bureau of Ordnance correspondence, dated 1918, indeed confirms that difference. It is explained that the early Browning belts are constructed with 17 pockets to the foot, whereas the Colt and Marlin belts have 16 pockets to the foot. It is probable that this difference of pitch had also been taken into account for the design of the sprocket feed wheels fitted to the Colt and Browning loaders but here again it proved difficult to the author to really measure such a small difference in pitch. The basic description and principle of operation of these loaders can best be explained from an early Colt manual as follows:… This machine has a cast-iron body to which the other parts are assembled; a cartridge guide into which the cartridges are stripped from their clips by the act of insertion; screw holes in the base for attaching the machine to a table or board; and crank handle for operating. Two cartridges are inserted in the leading end of the belt; the belt end inserted in the feedway, and the crank turned. As the crank revolves, the belt is drawn through the machine by the rotation of upper and lower sprocket wheels which engage the cartridge-filled section of the belt. As the belt loops are moved into filling position they are simultaneously engaged on both sides by steel needles, and thereby held open while the feeding plunger pushes a cartridge into place. In conclusion, it is realized that although similar at first sight, the Colt and the early Browning belt loaders do definitively differ in many features. In any instance, these early loaders remain scarce items today and are worthy of close investigation. A comprehensive description and comparison between the Colt, the Marlin and the Browning stripless fabric belts will be provided in a future article to be published in Small Arms Review. This article first appeared in Small Arms Review V8N5 (February 2005). The item “Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition” is in sale since Wednesday, October 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “carbinecollector” and is located in Valparaiso, Indiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition

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Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US

Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US

Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US
Machine Gun Cart and 37 mm Howitzer HARNESS M1927. These weapons accompanied Infantry, not Cavalry. Breast Collar has an ID disc attached which identifies the mule using this collar as TOM. All parts are complete and in sound condition, leather supple, scattered insect tracking, several US JQMD stampings, no weak areas. No repairs Shows very little use and no wear. Saddle cover has unit stampings. Iron chains are brown patinaed. All parts are correct for M1927 MG Harness. See pictures for condition and details. The item “Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US” is in sale since Saturday, September 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “horsetroop” and is located in Bucyrus, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Theme: Militaria
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1919-38

Harness SADDLE M1927, Machine Gun Cart & 37mm Howitzer mrtkd US

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Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop

Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop
Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop
Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop
Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop
Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop

Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop
Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop. Great condition, all metal & wood with moving parts, and removable magazine. Great for movies, play, and live action role playing. The item “Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop” is in sale since Saturday, July 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “corey252″ and is located in Sellersburg, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Featured Refinements: Thompson Submachine Gun

Denix M1928 Thompson Non-firing Sub Machine Gun Movie Prop

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Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain

Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain

Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain
This photo shows theactual item for sale. This wood and metal replica of the submachine gun thatmade history with our troops and allies in WWII. Well made and has a cocking mechanism thatmoves back and forth and trigger that allows the bolt to move forward. Magazinecatch works and magazine can be removed. Comes with steel 20rd. Thisreplica gun contains the colored markings required by law, including apermanently attached orange plug. Why are these legal? No new made replica gun is able to be converted to chamber a round nor fire live ammunition, and as such, has been declared a Non-Gun by the Department of Homeland Security, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives (BATFE). Each new made replica gun is manufactured overseas and wouldn’t be importable if it didnt conform to BATF approved designs. Each is built from the ground up as replica non-gun weapon and contains no actual gun parts whatsoever. Each new made replica gun is 100% legal for transfer, and ownership. However, certain locations in the USA do restrict commerce of detailed replica weapons. Be sure to check your local laws before ordering, as you will be responsible for any infractions. The item “Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain” is in sale since Wednesday, March 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “lodi2970″ and is located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Featured Refinements: Thompson Submachine Gun Replica
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain

Replica 1928 Thompson Sub Machine Gun made by Denix in Spain

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Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing

Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing

Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing
This is perhaps the most recognizable firearm of World War II, made famous by the Airborne Troops of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. This classic non-firing replica has been out of production for several years and is now returning as a Collector’s Armoury Exclusive in the United States. This military model differs from the original commercial model in its 20 round magazine and its horizontal foregrip. Though heavy by today’s standards, the weight helped control the. 45 calibur bursts when operated on full-automatic. The bolt cocks and works from an open position. Features: Length: 32.5 Weight: 8.25 lbs. Do not be fooled by second hand or knockoffs. Don’t be fooled be lesser reproductions or second hand pieces, this Denix replica comes brand new in original packaging. NOTE: THIS IS A NON-FIRING REPLICA WITH A RED BLAZE TIP. FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. Please do hesitate to contact me if you have any questions as I also do custom work of all types. Thanks for looking and happy Ebaying! Non-Firing Replica Guns and Models. Non-firing Replica Guns should ONLY be used in the home as scale model displays, as collector’s items, or for theatrical or training purposes. They should ALWAYS be used under the supervision of a responsible adult. They should NEVER be carried on the street, pointed at anyone, hidden on your person, or left carelessly in your car DO NOT leave them where they are accessible to unsupervised children or irresponsible adults. DO NOT let children play with these items. They are not toys. DO NOT point these items at other people, even as a joke. It could cause alarm or be seen as a threat, with serious or even deadly consequences. AVOID excessive dry-firing as this may cause breakage. To avoid mechanical failures, keep them clean and lightly lubricated. All replicas of antique firearms (pre-1898) are allowed, excluding New York City (all 5 Boroughs). ALL CUSTOMERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH ANY APPLICABLE LAWS OR RESTRICTIONS AT THE POINT OF DESTINATION. PLEASE CHECK LOCAL LAWS PRIOR TO ORDERING. Register for the newsletter with deals and special offers. We also do CUSTOM ORDERS of all Cosplay items. Don’t see it? Get images that make Supersized seem small. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing” is in sale since Wednesday, June 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “thazriel” and is located in Maywood, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing

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Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753

Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753

Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753
In very nice gift quality condition. Made in Spain by Denix. This is perhaps the most recognizable firearm of World War II, made famous by the Airborne Troops of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. This military model differs from the original commercial model in its 20 round magazine and its horizontal foregrip. Though heavy by today’s standards, the weight helped control the. 45 calibur bursts when operated on full-automatic. The bolt cocks and fires from an open position. Weight: 8.25 lbs. Wood stock and grip with metal working parts. Made by Denix in Spain. This replica cannot be made to fire blanks or live ammunition. This replica has a permanent BLAZE orange tip to abide by Federal law. This is not a real gun! The item “Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753″ is in sale since Saturday, March 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “creepyattic” and is located in South Bend, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
Denix Replica 1928 Military Thompson Machine Gun Non-Firing with Sling #2753

1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo

1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo

1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo
Video will open in a new window. Please use your desktop PC or MAC to view our product video on YouTube. Welcome to The Mantiques Network and Jim Schafer’s Antiques. Our 3,500 sq. Studio and Showroom is located in beautiful Orange California between Angels Stadium and Disneyland. We would like to thank you for taking the time to review our merchandise. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like any further information. Please consider adding us to your FAVORITES list as I’m adding new merchandise weekly. Jim Schafer & Jeff Walker. 1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo. The item measures at 11″ Tall, 43″ Wide and 1 Deep and weighs 5 lbs. The item “1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo” is in sale since Friday, August 19, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “themantiquesnetwork” and is located in Orange, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

1922 US ARMY 133rd Platoon Machine Gun Training in Dodge Iowa Panorama Photo

Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing

Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing

Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing
This is perhaps the most recognizable firearm of World War II, made famous by the Airborne Troops of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. This classic non-firing replica has been out of production for several years and is now returning as a Collector’s Armoury Exclusive in the United States. This military model differs from the original commercial model in its 20 round magazine and its horizontal foregrip. Though heavy by today’s standards, the weight helped control the. 45 calibur bursts when operated on full-automatic. The bolt cocks and works from an open position. Features: Length: 32.5 Weight: 8.25 lbs. Do not be fooled by second hand or knockoffs. Don’t be fooled be lesser reproductions or second hand pieces, this Denix replica comes brand new in original packaging. NOTE: THIS IS A NON-FIRING REPLICA WITH A RED BLAZE TIP. FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. Please do hesitate to contact me if you have any questions as I also do custom work of all types. Thanks for looking and happy Ebaying! Non-Firing Replica Guns and Models. Non-firing Replica Guns should ONLY be used in the home as scale model displays, as collector’s items, or for theatrical or training purposes. They should ALWAYS be used under the supervision of a responsible adult. They should NEVER be carried on the street, pointed at anyone, hidden on your person, or left carelessly in your car DO NOT leave them where they are accessible to unsupervised children or irresponsible adults. DO NOT let children play with these items. They are not toys. DO NOT point these items at other people, even as a joke. It could cause alarm or be seen as a threat, with serious or even deadly consequences. AVOID excessive dry-firing as this may cause breakage. To avoid mechanical failures, keep them clean and lightly lubricated. All replicas of antique firearms (pre-1898) are allowed, excluding New York City (all 5 Boroughs). ALL CUSTOMERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH ANY APPLICABLE LAWS OR RESTRICTIONS AT THE POINT OF DESTINATION. PLEASE CHECK LOCAL LAWS PRIOR TO ORDERING. Register for the newsletter with deals and special offers. We also do CUSTOM ORDERS of all Cosplay items. Don’t see it? Get images that make Supersized seem small. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing” is in sale since Thursday, August 9, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “thazriel” and is located in Maywood, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
Denix Replica M1928 Military Version Thompson Machine gun, Non-Firing

Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop

Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop

Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop
Denix , Thompson “Tommy Gun” Machine Gun, non-firing prop. This is a Denix non-firing replica of the famous 1928 Thompson submachine gun. The Thompson Machine Gun or “Tommy Gun” is one of the most famous machine guns in the world. Often associated with the Gangsters of the 1920’s and 30’s, the “Tommy Gun” was also used in WWII by Allied Forces. This Denix replica features all metal and wood construction with beautiful deep dark wood stock and foward grip. This piece also comes with the disintive 50 round drum magazine. This amazing replica mostly stamped metal construction like the original with a hard plastic resin handle and carriage. Comes with functioning folding stock and bolt with safety latch. It’s a surprising big weapon for a submachinegun and makes a nice compliment to the Denix PPSH-41 as they weapons were rivals in real life. Stamped metal construction, -detachable magazine -real wood stock and grips. This museum grade replica features a functioning bolt and a detachable stock. A perfect addition to history buff’s collection. NOTE: THIS IS A NON-FIRING REPLICA WITH A RED BLAZE TIP. FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. Please do hesitate to contact me if you have any questions as I also do custom work of all types. Thanks for looking and happy Ebaying! Non-Firing Replica Guns and Models. Non-firing Replica Guns should ONLY be used in the home as scale model displays, as collector’s items, or for theatrical or training purposes. They should ALWAYS be used under the supervision of a responsible adult. They should NEVER be carried on the street, pointed at anyone, hidden on your person, or left carelessly in your car DO NOT leave them where they are accessible to unsupervised children or irresponsible adults. DO NOT let children play with these items. They are not toys. DO NOT point these items at other people, even as a joke. It could cause alarm or be seen as a threat, with serious or even deadly consequences. AVOID excessive dry-firing as this may cause breakage. To avoid mechanical failures, keep them clean and lightly lubricated. All replicas of antique firearms (pre-1898) are allowed, excluding New York City (all 5 Boroughs). ALL CUSTOMERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH ANY APPLICABLE LAWS OR RESTRICTIONS AT THE POINT OF DESTINATION. PLEASE CHECK LOCAL LAWS PRIOR TO ORDERING. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop” is in sale since Wednesday, February 14, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “thazriel” and is located in Maywood, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
Denix, Thompson Tommy Gun Machine Gun, non-firing prop

Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC

Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC

Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC
This is a NoN Firing Gun This is a very Heavy gun I think it fires Blasting caps but I’m not sure never did it.. It has a little crack on the front and rear handle.. I like just holding it cause its so heavy all wood and steel no plastic it weights about the same as a real one comes with case and new strap and a stick mag I high lighted the name with “white out”so police could see it easier.. The item “Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC” is in sale since Thursday, January 04, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Reproductions”. The seller is “chrislana” and is located in Gansevoort, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
Thompson Machine Gun 1921 NON Firing Prop MGC