scottyowl

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  1. WTS: 60mm Cup and accessories, Price $3 - $1,800

    Listing updated, some parts still available.
  2. WTS: RM-38 & RM-39 50mm Mortars $2600 OBO

    Still for sale, with a lower pricing.
  3. WTS: RM-38 & RM-39 50mm Mortars $2600 OBO

    Bump, set-up still for sale if interested.
  4. I would prefer to buy an 81mm or 82mm mortar barrel that has not been demilled. If I can’t find this please let me know if you have a 81mm mortar barrel that has been demilled that I can have copied. Thank you, Scott
  5. WTS: 60mm Cup and accessories, Price $3 - $1,800

    Price lowered some items are still available.
  6. WTS: 8mm Lebel Berthier Carbine, $700 OBO

    Rife is still for sale.
  7. WTS: 60mm Cup and accessories, Price $3 - $1,800

    Lots of pieces are still available including the mortar Cup. I can make a great deal if you want to buy the whole kit.
  8. For sale is a Madsen 7mm Mauser LMG Parts Kit. Kit comes with ten 30 round magazines, a M50 Short barrel shroud, flash hider, and Bi-pod. Also includes 98 rounds of WW2 Vintage AP 7mm Ammunition. Price is $1,500 Or Best Offer plus shipping. This is a really nice condition Madsen LMG parts set in 7mm Mauser. This is a pre-WWII issue gun with the longer barrel and has the late style top cover release and 3-position fire control lever (safe, unload and fire), and long bipod legs. Kit also comes with the Barrel jacket, flash hider, and Bi-pod to convert to the shorter later style guns. Rifle saw very little if any use before demilling. All finish is present and wood looks to be in great shape. Rifle has been in Cosmoline (barrel still is, receiver cleaned) shows no sign of rust or degradation. This gun is currently in 7mm Mauser configuration, but could be converted to 308 with the addition of a new barrel. This is an older demiled kit, so all receiver pieces are included and are from this gun, can be easily restorable to functioning SA or FA (with proper license) condition. If you don’t feel like doing the restoration yourself you can send off to Precision Arms for them to do the conversion and rewelding services for around ($400). They also manufacture new barrels. Gun comes complete with ten 30 round magazines. These magazines are hard to find, but are included in the kit price well below the current market price of about $60-80 each. You get 11 magazines in great condition, usable, and included in the sale. Pictures available upon request.
  9. For Sale is a set of RM-38, and RM-39 mortars (enough to make two 50mm mortars minus one barrel) plus a original manual. Both mortars are of Russian origin but one of the mortar was put into service by the Vietnamese before being Captured and brought to the United States. I am asking $2600 (or best offer) for everything plus shipping. Would consider splitting up for the right price, but would prefer to sell as a set. The RM-38, and RM-39 was a Soviet 50mm light infantry mortar. The barrel was clamped at two elevation angles only on the MR-38 mortar - 45 and 75 degrees (comes with bi-pod, and fixed base plate). Range variations were made by altering a sleeve round the base of the barrel. This sleeve opened a series of gas ports which bled off exhaust gases and so determined the range. RM-38 Mortar comes with a complete bi-pod, mortar cup and oval base plate. These components are in museum quality condition. There is no rust, strong blue color, and complete with a working gas port on cup assembly, working hydraulic buffer on bi-pod and firing pin. This mortar looks to have been used very little, or none at all. This mortar is only missing the barrel assembly. This is a non NFA item, but will need to transfer to an FFL. RM-39 Mortar was captured during the Vietnam war, and brought back as a war trophie. This was originally a Russian weapon put into service by the Vietnamese, and has a great brass data plate on the base plate that tells the story of the gun. This mortar comes with a complete barrel, mortar cup and round base plate. After the Vietnamese took possession they fitted the mortar with a handle to be used as a knee style mortar so it could be used without a bi-pod. These components are in good usable condition, great patina, but the missing some original finish. There is no rust, complete with a working gas port on cup assembly, and firing pin. The barrel is an early demill with a pin welded across the inside (no holes drilled through), and the entire assembly welded to the cup. This could be restored to usable condition once the paperwork completed. There is no damage to the structure of the barrel. This is a non NFA item, but will need to transfer to an FFL. Original Manual is a great addition to this set. This is a hard to find accessory for these mortars, and very expensive when they do become available. This will let you know everything, on how to care, maintenance, fire, disassemble, and other accessories to keep an eye out for. The most important thing this contains is a technical drawing with great dimensions of the mortar rounds, fuses, and lift charges if you wish to recreate. Please let me know if you have any questions. Pictures are available upon request.
  10. Up for sale is a bunch of parts for the 60MM mortar that I had assembled in the hope of putting together a firing mortar one day. The day has come to downsize, this is my loss and your gain. Some of these parts are very rare, and have not been seen in some time. Vintage WW2 60mm mortar cup. Price is $1,800 cup is manufactured by Reco Arms, but writing is very faint, and has all but disappeared after repainting. The inside of the cup looks almost new with very little wear for it's age. Only stamps that are clear are the inspection stamp, and the numbers 128. Cup comes with a vintage WW2 firing pin, and will fit a US tube once it has been registered. This will need to ship to an FFL, or face to face is available if buying locally. WW2 60MM Mortar Cup & Deactivated Barrel. Price is $1500 cup is faintly stamped but hard to read. Barrel has a 60mm hole, cup is welded to the barrel, and would need to be taken off with a lathe. Easy to reactivate, with no damage done to the cup. Have a machine shop locally that can perform the work if you are wanting to have done before receiving the item. Would probably cost less then $100. Six Resin Copies of complete M525 fuze. This is the WW2 vintage fuze used during WW2. These can be painted to look like real fuze. Currently just in the raw casting material color. Price is $10.00 Each. One Partial M525 Fuze. Missing plunger assembly, other wise is complete. Price is $20.00 Two and a half M779 Practice fuze. These are the new fuze, will work in the vintage shells, or the new shells. Price is $20.00 each for the complete ones, and $10 for just the body. Five M935 PD Fuze bodies. These are the newest fuze. Some are in ruff shape, but all could be cleaned up to be used again. Price is $10 each. One M935 PD Fuze Complete fuze. This is in great shape with all internals needed. This would make a perfect display, or to use. Six tail fin extensions. These are used to keep the older style of mortars from tumbling. Price is $10 each. Twenty eight lift charge igniters. These are the reloadable igniters that screw into the tail assemblies, and hold in the charges. Price is $3.00 each. Prices are listed or best offer, if you are interested in more then one piece I can combine shipping and give a better price. This is available for a face to face transfer in Cincinnati Ohio. Pictures available upon request. Thank you, Justin