Walther Model 2
Walther Model 2
Excellent Unique Late World War II Nazi J.P.Sauer & Sohns “ce” Code STG-44 Sturmgewehr Assault Rifle with Original Magazine
Estimated Value: $20,000 - $30,000
German Reichs Revolver
VG1.5 Semi-Auto Volkssturmgewehr
(of note: that may or may not be a FAL cleaning kit on the side there)
Unique Parts-Made Luger Carbine, #1402m, 9mm, 12” barrel, matte blue finish, coarse checkered black plastic grips with border, with nickel-plated late Swiss magazine. Blank chamber, DWM toggle, two-position Navy rear sight, extractor marked ”Geladen”. Brass panel has been applied to breech area of barrel and neatly stamped ”RLG”. Condition is fine as reconfigured with mismatched small parts, crisp grips, good action, and bright bore. Thumb safety is inoperable, as transfer bar needs clearance modification. Lightly import marked above right grip panel. Barrel appears to be an original Luger Carbine barrel.
does this make me a nazi or
not sure how this:
could be confused with this:
GB MP5 7.62x25
A custom built MP5 chambered in 7.62x25mm Tokarev. It uses PPSh 35-round magazines. It has an extended, permanently attached flash hider to maintain non-SBR length. GB stands for GhillieBear, a well-known HK gunsmith on the HKPro forums. He no longer builds these so the 12 or so he built are all that’s out there. This is not a simple build, the barrels were specifically made for it.
Thinking about buying one of these.
I highly suggest it. I got one and I love it. They are still really cheap right now, so it’s a good time to grab one.
That’s a post WW2 P1 though and not a P-38(the only real difference being an alloy frame on the P1 and a steel frame on the P-38)
WWII Volkspistole, an unusual weapon designed as part a futile last-ditch attempt to arm the German civilian population as a defensive force. One of the first to employ the gas operated delayed blowback operating system now used on the Heckler & Koch P7.
I think the barrel sleeve is on backwards. It should not protrude past the end of the slide.
Remains of a German officer. PPK, IAB,dogtag etc.
what a waste…. it still has a loaded magazine in it.
It’s still sorta in the infant stage, but if this is something you are interested in check it out.
A Knorr-Bremse prototype automatic rifle. Chambered for 8x57Mauser, it was developed for use by German paratroopers in World War II. The FG42 won out over this design however.
what is up with that front sight….