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  3. Price drop. $33,000. Seller motivated to get it moving.
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  5. I will say that I have had several dealings with Jon of PVPS. All have been 100% perfect without incident so this post should not cause people to be afraid of buying from him. Since I saw the post pop up, I wanted to read and see what it was about. Sounds like it was an honest mistake on the part of the buyer or seller (I've seen no evidence of the label, so therefore cannot say and will not pick sides on this matter anyway as it's not my dogfight). Postal insurance seems like a great idea, but in no way protects you in cases like this where a package was delivered. I once got an empty box delivered to my door as a book broke out the end of the box. Went to post office and was told I was out of luck, but they would look around. It was at my branch so I did get the book. Insurance is a false positive. Ron Edited to correct a typo.
  6. And this time it's mine. What can you do about flakes, eh?
  7. Hi David, i just posted a WTS ad on the NFA board and notice there is an alert of some sort (red Triangle with an exclamation point inside it and whole post is shaded red. i have purchased a commercial account for posting privileges, can you advise what mistake i've made here or how I can remove the warning flag? 

    BTW - it's been several years since i have been an active board member so my post count shows as 0 now, my last postings and board donation were back in 2012 and were made under this username. 

    thanks for your help sir. 

    Jared

     

     

     

    1. David Albert

      David Albert

      Jared,

      We have a setting that requires a moderator to approve a first post by a new member on the NFA Board if posted within a few hours of purchasing a membership.  Its to help prevent scammers.  A moderator approved your post, and it is now visible.

      Thanks!

      David Albert

  8. Manufactured by Auto Ordnance Corporation, Bridgeport, CT in Excellent Condition. pre-may sample M1A1 Thompson on Form 3 in NC. Function tested when I got it a few years ago then back into the safe. Includes Merle Bitikofer .22lr conversion and 50 rd drums (100% functional) for both .45 ACP and .22lr, also includes custom home guard period case from Dan Block. Tons of accessories, sale price include all items below. Subgun transfer starts upon receipt of payment, all other accessories will ship immediately when payment is received. Another 40 or so photos of M1A1 and all accessories are at http://s1106.photobucket.com/user/scratch356/library/M1A1 Inventory of all items in sale: Qty (1) - Auto Ordnance M1A1, Pre-may Sample, ejector machined to accept .22lr conversion without requiring .45 ACP ejector removal Qty (20) - 30 round GI magazines Grade 2 Qty (7) - 30 round GI magazines Grade 1 Qty (1) - 50 round C drum converted for functioning with M1A1, function tested works great Qty (1) - Bidekofer .22lr conversion, includes barrrel liner w/fixed ejector, bolt, 2 action springs, 2 cocking knobs (1 for side-install on M1A1, onefor top-install on 1928), 2 barrel liner endpieces (smaller one fits this M1A1, believe longer one is for 1928 but do not own 1928 to confirm), plastic fitted storage case. Qty (4) - Black Dog Machine .22lr magazines for .22lr conversion, all have been tested, run with Federal lightning, winchester & federal bulk pack. Qty (1) - metal 50 round .22lr drum + loading tool, function tested works great. Drum was built by Dan Block on PPS50 drum, here is video of his other .22lr drum conversions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLIIrSwpMD0 Qty (1)- Custom home guard case custom built by Dan Block, subgun breaks down and stores inside (M1A1, .22lr conversion, .45 and .22lr drums, and a handful of .45 and .22lr magazines).
  9. Manufactured by Auto Ordnance Corporation, Bridgeport, CT in Excellent Condition. pre-may sample M1A1 Thompson on Form 3 in NC. Function tested when I got it a few years ago then back into the safe. Includes Merle Bitikofer .22lr conversion and 50 rd drums (100% functional) for both .45 ACP and .22lr, also includes custom home guard period case from Dan Block. Tons of accessories, sale price include all items below. Subgun transfer starts upon receipt of payment, all other accessories will ship immediately when payment is received. Another 40 or so photos of M1A1 and all accessories are at http://s1106.photobucket.com/user/scratch356/library/M1A1 Inventory of all items in sale: Qty (1) - Auto Ordnance M1A1, Pre-may Sample, ejector machined to accept .22lr conversion without requiring .45 ACP ejector removal Qty (20) - 30 round GI magazines Grade 2 Qty (7) - 30 round GI magazines Grade 1 Qty (1) - 50 round C drum converted for functioning with M1A1, function tested works great Qty (1) - Bidekofer .22lr conversion, includes barrrel liner w/fixed ejector, bolt, 2 action springs, 2 cocking knobs (1 for side-install on M1A1, one for top-install on 1928), 2 barrel liner endpieces (smaller one fits this M1A1, believe longer one is for 1928 but do not own 1928 to confirm), plastic fitted storage case. Qty (4) - Black Dog Machine .22lr magazines for .22lr conversion, all have been tested, run with Federal lightning, winchester & federal bulk pack. Qty (1) - metal 50 round .22lr drum + loading tool, function tested works great. Drum was built by Dan Block on PPS50 drum, here is video of his other .22lr drum conversions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLIIrSwpMD0 Qty (1)- Custom home guard case custom built by Dan Block, subgun breaks down and stores inside (M1A1, .22lr conversion, .45 and .22lr drums, and a handful of .45 and .22lr magazines).
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  11. I'm looking for a mk11 mod 0 or an ER model 20 inch barrel. If you have or know of one forsale, Please let me know at accurange@gmail.com
  12. for sale: Factory German HK 93/33 .22 conversion kit in excellent condition with 2-20 rd. mags. in factory wood case for $2,195 delivered. Factory German HK heavy bipod for HK 91 or 93 in excellent condition for $795 delivered. E-mail to Steyr556aug@gmail.com directly or call 360-202-4698. Thanks, Myron
  13. Sam Pikula's AR-10 book available on Kindle

    I'm happy to see a scarce book reprinted. I went ahead and purchased the Kindle version. Optical character recognition (OCR) is a useful tool. I spent a couple of years OCR'ing a book after I helped the original author regain the rights to his book, and the revised edition was published last year. He did not have the original manuscript, which was written before computers were available, so OCR was the easiest way to regain it. However, proofreading after OCR'ing is highly recommended. I'm not sure Mr. Pikula read the first paragraph after he OCR'd the book. This could definitely be improved. That being said, I am glad he made the book available via Kindle. I just want folks to know they will find awkward translations and misspellings when they read the Kindle version. The following excerpt is shared as a preview of the book on Amazon, and is the first paragraph from the "preface" section, which is the first paragraph from the old book. It is the same in the full Kindle download. I share it as a limited book review. "Most firearms enthusiast’s know very little if anything about the ArmaLite AR-10 series of rifles. Few have even seen an AR-10 much less owned or fired one. This is unfortunate as the AR-10 was as much of a groundbreaking weapon as the Thompson Sub-Machine Gun, M-1 Gar and, or the 1898 Model Mauser Rifle. Until the AR-10, half of a rifle consisted of a dead tree, and the other half was made of steel on the verge of oxidizing. The AR-10 ions the first standard infantry rifle to be constructed using plastic instead of wood for the stocks, pistol grip, and handguards, and the first to use rust proof aircraft aluminum in the receivers." I look forward to reading the rest of the book, but when I saw the two errors in the first paragraph from the old part of the book, and others as I began to read it further, I realized the Kindle version of the book had not been effectively proofread. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  14. Fraud Alert!!!!

    Thank you for the excellent advise.
  15. WTB Paddle and protector for SWD Lightning Link. High quality new made , Davis
  16. Sam Pikula's AR-10 book available on Kindle

    I just did an Amazon search for 'sam pikula' and I see the Kindle edition is being offered for $19.95.
  17. Special prices for memorial day. New gun added
  18. WTS Silencers Ruger Silencerco

    Now in stock, .22 silencers in the Kent Washington valley. Through the end of June I am offering 100 rounds of subsonic .22 ammo with each silencer you buy. I have in stock and ready to transfer Ruger Silent-SR ($400 each) and Silencerco Sparrow $539. Both are top notch .22 suppressors. The Ruger is an excellent value, hardened stainless baffles to resist possible damage from agressive cleaning techniques. It also has a carry pouch with disassembly tool. If you are interested, e-mail me at machineguntom4@yahoo.com
  19. WTS 3 lug adapter wrench

    This idea came about from a customer who had difficulty in removing a thread on 3 lug adapter that had been secured with thread locking compound. Or for those who want to tighten up their adapters more than finger tight. I do not recommend putting great force on your adapter in the tightening though, just to be clear. Cost is $25 shipped. If you are interested, please e-mail me at machineguntom4@yahoo.com
  20. WTS Trijicon AccuPower rifle scope

    Lower price. Was $800, is now $650 shipped.
  21. For sale: 1) Ruger AC556 (Folder) Blue; 13" bbl; I bought it in 1999, put a few rounds through it, lubricated it (regularly) and put in a safe. It is in excellent condition but has very minor wear marks. I had the stock treated by a guy in TX. He applied a very hard, black, non-reflective/textured, epoxy finish. The wood stock and finish are 100%. On Form 4 in MD. With manual but no box. 2) Group Industries UZI; Bought in 2000, put a few rounds through it, lubricated it (regularly) and put it in a safe. Gun is in excellent to near new condition; Added verticle grip. On Form 4 in MD. With original box and manual. Sold as a pair $24,000 Call Jon at 410-812-3333 More pics available upon request
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  23. Sam Pikula's AR-10 book available on Kindle

    Nice... knowledge is power...
  24. Issue with Jon of PVPS not refunding a lost purchase

    Both parties need to contact their Postmasters and the dispute will be resolved...
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