SVFLLC

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  1. Need a auto sear and trigger bar for a MK 760. No one in the industry has one in stock.
  2. Which sear is correct? One has a slightly ground end where the sear contacts the bolt.
  3. MK 760 Need Auto sear.

    Anyone have an auto sear for a MK 760 for sale?
  4. ATF paperwork approved so we will eFile to your dealer.
  5. H&R Reising Model 50 submachinegun .45 ACP caliber. This is a Reising with 28 fins, fixed front sight, blue finish. Serial number 15xxx. The Reising is in excellent condition that was owned by the Illinois State Police after the war. The price includes one magazine. On a form 3 so we will eFile. Email for pictures spusa1@verizon.net Call 570-592-2171
  6. Excellent condition 1943 Savage M1A1 Thompson Machine Gun C&R Rated WWII. Serial number 586XXX with a S stamped on the bottom of the receiver. The Auto-Ordnance Corporation name and Bridgeport address are present on the receiver’s right side. The correct spelling of Caliber is present. The receiver is stamped FJA for Colonel Frank J Atwood. It also features the Auto-Ordnance encircled acceptance stamp of “GEG” for George E. Goll. The “GEG” stamp appears twice; once on the receiver nose, and once above the magazine well. George E. Goll was the longest serving employee of Auto-Ordnance, beginning as General Thompson’s chauffeur, and he ended up becoming the President of the Auto-Ordnance Division of Maguire Industries during WWII Full Auto is marked on two lines on the trigger housing and U.S. PROPERTY on the receiver is stamped on two lines. The rear sight is protected, and the safety and rocker pivots are of the Pin design. There is a through bolt in the buttstock with stamped sling swivels. The wood is in almost perfect condition and shows no signs of being refinished. There is no serial number on the Savage trigger housing which is correct for any Savage manufactured after January 1943 as per AXS 725 specifications. The front hand guard is marked “S” for Savage This is a C&R transferable historic machine gun that is in excellent condition and is highly collectable. The gun is on a form 4 and the paperwork was filed with the ATF in May. We will eFile on a form 3 to your dealer when finalized. Call 570-592-2171
  7. Excellent condition 1943 Savage M1A1 Thompson Machine Gun C&R Rated WWII. Serial number 586XXX with a S stamped on the bottom of the receiver. The Auto-Ordnance Corporation name and Bridgeport address are present on the receiver’s right side. The correct spelling of Caliber is present. The receiver is stamped FJA for Colonel Frank J Atwood. It also features the Auto-Ordnance encircled acceptance stamp of “GEG” for George E. Goll. The “GEG” stamp appears twice; once on the receiver nose, and once above the magazine well. George E. Goll was the longest serving employee of Auto-Ordnance, beginning as General Thompson’s chauffeur, and he ended up becoming the President of the Auto-Ordnance Division of Maguire Industries during WWII Full Auto is marked on two lines on the trigger housing and U.S. PROPERTY on the receiver is stamped on two lines. The rear sight is protected, and the safety and rocker pivots are of the Pin design. There is a through bolt in the buttstock with stamped sling swivels. The wood is in almost perfect condition and shows no signs of being refinished. There is no serial number on the Savage trigger housing which is correct for any Savage manufactured after January 1943 as per AXS 725 specifications. The front hand guard is marked “S” for Savage This is a C&R transferable historic machine gun that is in excellent condition and is highly collectable. The gun is incoming on a form 4 and the paperwork was filed with the ATF in May. We will eFile on a form 3 to your dealer when finalized. Call 570-592-2171
  8. WTB Looking for a Vietnam era M16 parts kit. Need everything except lower. Please email price and condition. Email spusa1@verizon.net
  9. WTB Colt M16A1 Gov Marked

    Not necessarily true. There are many M16 Gov marked given to police departments and power plants for security. The guns were then sold to the general public as transferable machine guns.
  10. Why can't post a for sale machine gun. I am a class 3 dealer.
  11. WTB Colt M16A1 Gov Marked

    looking for a Colt machine gun AR15 or M16. Must be marked Property of US Government.
  12. I need a stock for the gun below. The gun presently has a stock with a reinforcing bolt. One of the first early 1942 Savage manufactured M1 Thompson Sub-machine Gun with matching serial numbers 22XXX. According to literature his weapon was manufactured during the first week of July 1942, the first month of Savage M1 production. The gun is within a few numbers from the one given to General George Patton (21914). The trigger frame serial number on this Thompson matches the receiver and there is a correct “S” stamped on the trigger housing. We cannot find any indication of any ordinance rebuild. We believe the gun is all original and contains 99 percent of the original finish. The gun is museum quality. It features the unprotected, early style Lyman “L” sight, a floating firing pin and M1 bolt that is correct for this serial number.
  13. Is the rifle still for sale?