David Albert

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  1. I have the following parts for sale that are partly L1A1, and partly STG-58. I believe that everything pictured from the barrel and up is STG-58, and everything below is L1A1. You will get everything pictured below for $475, plus USPS shipping to your address. A few notes: The barrel bore looks good, and the barrel has a "63" on it. The front sight post is bare - It does not have any sight or spring parts in it. The bolt is marked "UE A 92874 *" and "S180 58 (Broad Arrow) D960-2104" The bolt carrier is marked "(Broad Arrow) B60 960-2107" and "UE A 92874" The piston rod is marked "D 77 (Broad Arrow)" The plunger assembly is marked with a "2" and a highly serifed "f" In the bag under the flash hider, there are 2 parts...a small washer, and a pin, which I believe go with it. In the bag under the cocking handle, there are 2 parts...a pin, and a locking device that fits into the cocking handle slide assembly. The rear sight is marked in Yards, and I can get the sight to fold down, but I can't seem to move it for elevation yardage. The front slide swivel assembly is marked with a Broad Arrow on one side, and "908 3098" on the other. The gas regulator "goes to 11" (LOL!) The lower contains the trigger assembly internal parts, and the recoil spring assembly, and is marked "UE 66" and A139654" The selector is marked "C21693" and has a Broad Arrow. The trigger is marked with a Broad Arrow, and "B58" I hand selected these L1A1 parts in the early 1990's, but didn't end up building an L1A1. The buttstock and hand guards are in much better condition than any I have seen online currently. These are sold as spare parts only...this not a complete parts set to build a rifle. There is no firearm receiver included. Payment can be made by money order, or via a popular online payment method. Your purchase helps directly support this website. Thanks! David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  2. I have an MG34 Machine Gun pistol grip assembly for sale for $250, plus USPS shipping to your domestic destination. I'm not a German machine gun expert, so I'll let the pictures tell the story. Payment can be made by money order, or via a popular online method. Your purchase helps directly support this website. Thanks! David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  3. 50 cal

    You would have to have a paid rank membership to sell on the site. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  4. David, I was trying to edit prices on my older posting and I could not edit it??? I also wanted to delete pictures and listings that had sold. Please help. Gary Malmquist    garysgun@aol.com  

    1. David Albert

      David Albert

      Hi Gary,

      You should be able to edit.  You won't be able to delete.  You can mark items that have sold using the "sold" button in your post.  If you have something you really want to have deleted, I can hide it for you, but you would have to send me individual links.

      Thanks,

      David

    2. garysgun

      garysgun

      David,  Thanks for responding. I was going to delete some of my old things that sold then add new items to the same ad. I guess that is not the way if works here. So I guess I need to start a new ad? I have several new guns I want to sell.  Let me know if I am right. Thanks Gary Malmquist

    3. David Albert

      David Albert

      Gary,

      Yes, that is the correct way to go about posting a new ad.

      Thanks!

      David

  5. Please Help

    You will need to purchase a rank subscription in order to post items for sale on the market boards. You can find the different options at the following link: http://www.sturmgewehr.com/forums/index.php?/store/ You will find that there are personal, and commercial site subscriptions. Thanks! David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  6. Khrut27Gg, 4.6MB is too large of an image to upload, and the system will automatically reject it. It's many times larger than is necessary to nicely display a photo on a computer screen, and it would serve up very slowly. You know, like when you see the top of an image begin to download, but you give up wanting to wait to see it, because it takes much too long to download? The system is trying to prevent that. Please keep in mind that your audience has limited cellular or wifi bandwidth. If your photo were 100KB, instead of 4.6MB (about 46 times smaller), it would serve up very quickly, and almost no one would notice the difference in size or quality. You should at least reduce the size of the image you are attempting to upload by 50% or more. Resizing can be performed in Photoshop, or by using an app like iResize on a MAC. That's the app that I use. They can also be reduced if you have a phone, and forward the images to your own e-mail address. Depending upon your e-mail program, most of them automatically ask you how large of an image you want to send, usually presenting 3 or 4 size choices to enable more speedy and efficient processing. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  7. 4.6MB is too large of an image to upload, and the system will automatically reject it. It's many times larger than is necessary to nicely display a photo on a computer screen, and it would serve up very slowly. You know, like when you see the top of an image begin to download, but you give up wanting to wait to see it, because it takes much too long to download? The system is trying to prevent that. Please keep in mind that your audience has limited cellular or wifi bandwidth. If your photo were 100KB, instead of 4.6MB (about 46 times smaller), it would serve up very quickly, and almost no one would notice the difference in size or quality. You should at least reduce the size of the image you are attempting to upload by 50% or more. Resizing can be performed in Photoshop, or by using an app like iResize on a MAC. That's the app that I use. They can also be reduced if you have a phone, and forward the images to your own e-mail address. Depending upon your e-mail program, most of them automatically ask you how large of an image you want to send, usually presenting 3 or 4 size choices to enable more speedy and efficient processing. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  8. Hi Steve, You realize that we transitioned to a pay site, correct? You were provided a free year of posting ads when we transitioned to the new format in 2016, because you were an existing member on Machinegunboards.com. Your current rank of Corporal indicates you transitioned from Machinegunboards.com, but didn't purchase a rank subscription with market ad posting privileges when the free year was up. If you have attempted to post ads here, they were not rejected because of a ban...You just haven't subscribed. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  9. Personal (Non-Commercial) Site Subscriptions

    The flag is based on your IP address when you first registered on the site, and is not user configurable, since it is a security feature. It's also not easily changed through the admin interface. I have to get my brother to update it through SQL when he has a chance. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  10. Personal (Non-Commercial) Site Subscriptions

    Bob, They all expire at different times, and a renewal invoice is automatically sent about 2 to 3 weeks ahead of expiration. Yours expires 5/26/18. Thanks! David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  11. picture upload fail

    doctor_evil, We would need more information to troubleshoot. The most likely reason could be that you are attempting to upload gigantic images, greater that 4MB in size. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  12. David,

               I am Rodney Stutes of Rodney's Distributors and it is time for one renewal. Will you be emailing renewal reminders out to to members or we just send payment to Sturmgewehr for our rank now.

    Thank you,

    Rodney Stutes

     

     

    1. David Albert

      David Albert

      Hi Rodney,

      The renewal for your account is in April...The system will automatically generate a renewal invoice to you...I believe it goes out 2-3 weeks ahead of the expiration.

      Thanks!

      David Albert

    2. Rodney's Distributors

      Rodney's Distributors

      David, 

      Thank you sir,

      Rodney

  13. Bob, Thank you very much for your kind words. Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year to you and yours... Happy New Year! David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  14. m2 carbine kits ?s

    Here's an M2 summary that I wrote and posted on Machinegunboards, and the Carbine Club forum: There are many different M2 issues and types of NFA registered items. Here are the different iterations of M2 NFA variations/issues that contribute to the overall confusion on the subject: · "XD" serial numbered Inland M2 receivers that were never assembled as MG's (Contraband, unless registered during 1968 Amnesty) (There are also some other "X" prefixed M2's) · Originally marked M2's from Inland, and a potential few from Winchester (C&R) · M1 Receivers that were over-stamped "M2" at the factory, such as Winchester M2's (Should be C&R, but "muddy") · Various non-original M2 manufacturer M1's that have been overstamped "M2" as part of their non-original conversion (IBM, Rock-Ola, Saginaw, etc.) (Transferable, non-C&R) · Original manufacturer M1's (Inland and Winchester) that were overstamped "M2" as part of their non-original conversion (Circa1986 conversions in prep for Hughes Amendment) (Transferable, non-C&R) · 7-piece M2 parts sets, with serial numbers on various of the seven parts (Transferable, non-C&R) (Any one of the 7 parts has to be marked) · Registered trigger packs (Transferable, non-C&R) · Registered M2 slides (Transferable, non-C&R) · Universal, Plainfield, and Iver Johnson manufactured, commercial M2 Carbines (Transferable, Some will soon be C&R) · Other commercial manufacturer M1 Carbines that were converted, some of which were overstamped "M2," and some that were not (Transferable, non-C&R) · Pre-May 1986 Dealer Samples (Not transferable, not C&R) · Post-May 1986 Dealer Samples (Not transferable, not C&R) Thanks! David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  15. Just updated, 10/8/17... David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com