JJX

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  • City and State Shreveport, LA
  1. Insurance for gun collections

    Look at https://www.easterninsurance.com/ I was with Collectibles Gun Insurance, but changed. Never had a claim with either, so don't know how that would go, but Eastern has been better with communication. Very responsive when I want to make changes.
  2. Universal & Plainfield M2 Carbines

    Yes, M2 receivers sometimes crack. I do not know how often this happens or how difficult they are to repair. A friend of mine owns an M2 carbine with a registered receiver. It has a small crack near the gas piston. I consider it repairable and not worn out or ruined.
  3. M16 tutorial

    Start with this: https://www.ar15.com/forums/Armory/RDIAS-vs-RLL-vs-RR-pros-and-cons/23-199903/
  4. Universal & Plainfield M2 Carbines

    I really like carbines and agree that the M2 is a lot of fun. But in your second post above you talk about wanting a cheap “American WWII M G “. If that is the case, look at the Reising M50 for around $6000. 45 ACP is cheaper than .30 Carbine too. It got a bad rap from the Marine Corps because it did not stand up to extreme combat use. It served well in a police/security role and is great at the range. Just don’t try to live in the jungle with it.
  5. Colt M16, Swedish K, Mac 10

    M16A1 added.
  6. In stock I have a Colt M16A1, Swedish K and an excellent condition Mac 10 with box and accessories. All of these are Form 3 transferable. Colt M16A1: This was a law enforcement weapon and shows finish wear from use. Mechanically it is perfect and we have test fired it. Includes one magazine. In stock at our shop and will transfer quickly to your dealer via eFile on a Form 3 Check for $22,750.00 plus shipping and transfer tax. No Credit cards please. PM me with any questions. Form 3 transferable Swedish K. Built on a Wilson receiver. Great condition as shown. Functions perfectly with box mags and drums. Includes one 36 round box magazine and one 72 round drum. In stock at our shop and will transfer quickly to your dealer via eFile on a Form 3 Check for $16,400.00 plus shipping and transfer tax. No Credit cards please. PM me with any questions. Powder Springs Mac 10 9mm on Form 3 in excellent original condition with original serial numbered box, manual, and front strap. Fired very little. Works perfectly. Includes one magazine. Ready for immediate transfer. $7300.00 plus shipping. eForm 3 to your dealer. Checks only, please, no credit cards.
  7. Thompson, MP40

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  8. Thompson, MP40

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  9. Bill No, the advertised mags will not fit a 1928. The seller states 'These are original magazines that have been modified to be used with semi-auto and semi-auto SBR'd Thompsons.' This usually means that the hole in the rear of the mag where it locks into the frame has been enlarged to fit the semi-auto version of the gun. When you are looking for mags you want the original ones with a round hole. The modified mags will have a larger and more oblong hole. They will not lock up in a machine gun because they would be too loose.
  10. Thompson, MP40

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  11. Thompson, MP40

    MP40 added.
  12. Thompson, MP40

    Grease gun added to list.
  13. Grease Gun & M2 Parts

    When I buy used parts I want to see a detailed description of the condition, the more specific the better. Good close-up pictures make a big difference in the price I am willing to pay also. What is the condition of the barrel? A blanket description of the small parts is OK, but at least describe the more expensive parts such as barrel and bolt separately. Are these spare parts that you have actually used in an M3 or are they suitable only for a display gun?
  14. Thompson, MP40

    Swedish K added
  15. I am looking for a shroud and barrel for a Swedish K/Gustav M45/Port Said. Thanks