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  1. The NFA record lists the source of origin for this AK-47 machine gun under-folder stock as an “North Korean Bring-Back.” The NFA paperwork also list it as a type 56 or 58. The Type 58 model was a Korean made AK but they initially were made with Russian components. However, this rifle predates the 58 (1958) and based on all Russian marking this is a Russian AK-47 Type 2A/B and has the arrow stamped inside a triangle indicating this AK was made at the Ishmash factory in the USSR. The Type 2A/B (lightening cut parallel to barrel) was made between 1951 to 1957 and they were only carried by a group of about 5,000 Russian Military Advisors in N. Korea. Based on research, these early Russian AKs were not issued to the Korean soldiers. There are numerous Russian manufacturing stampings including Russian selector markings and numbers on the firearm and pictures are provided. The registered serial number on the receiver with NFA is 11212-IAC. The number KB8683K is also on the firearm and one that is on the receiver, bolt, bolt head, barrel (chromed bore), wooden forearm and may be on other parts as well. This rifle also includes the original cleaning rod. The wooden forearm has what appears to be a battlefield repair with pins to strengthen it. Some U.S. soldier obviously went to a lot of trouble to get the rifle back to the states and then someone registered it in 1968 during the 30-day amnesty. Firearm includes a newly made East German Soviet Magazine that is constructed in the same original manner as the magazine for this rifle in the 1950's. This is a milled receiver and should be noted that the later AK stamped parts do not fit these early AKs. We can provide more close up pics as needed. Just describe to us what area of the firearm you want to see photos. ASKING $99,900.00 BUYER PAYS ACTUAL SHIPPING AND INSURANCE. Firearm(s) in this ad are possessed by, titled to, and will be shipped by John Norrell Inc. These are not being brokered and are not third-party sales. Firearm in this ad will be transferred to a class III dealer on an ATF E-form 3. We will not ship to Alaska, Hawaii or outside the US. All NFA rules apply. John Norrell has been a licensed manufacturer and dealer (C-2/C-3) for 35 years and is currently an officer of the U.S. Federal Court appointed in the role as a Special Master administrator to liquidate NFA firearms released directly to us by ATF under court order. All NFA rules apply. Acceptable payment will be in the form of either a cashier's check or a money order payable to JOHN NORRELL, INC. Firearm will be shipped when payment clears the bank and the ATF eform transfer has completed. Should the bank put a hold on funds, the firearm will be held until that hold clears. Buyer will have 5 days to inspect firearm upon receipt by the FFL holder. Any issues or questions should be addressed during that time. This item is listed by, and the website and postings are monitored by Ann Shelnutt of John Norrell, Inc. When a party offers the full advertised amount, they are automatically the official buyer and any ongoing negotiations or conversations with other parties are no longer relevant. Stock no. N-1189
  2. USAS-12 Unfired $5000 NEW !!

    I purchased this shotgun when it was a Title I gun, back around 1990. When reclassified as a DD I, of course, did an amnesty registration, so it is transferable. It is new and unfired and, of course, mint. Comes with five 10-rouind box magazines. I have not seen an unfired example anywhere. But here it is. I apologize for the color In the pictures. Flash didn’t go off. Call me daily 9AM-9PM Eastern at (207) 476-0000 or email ivan@machinegundealer.com Calling or emailing me directly is better. I may not see your reply on STG. Thanks
  3. I am brokering a nice matching MP-40 for a friend. It is an FXO 42 made by Haenel. Serial 9526. It is on a form 4 in Tennessee. It was also registered during the amnesty in 1968. Basically a three owner gun. This gun was brought back and then sold by the gentlemans son to the current owner in about 1980. The copy of the amnesty form reads, "The weapon described above is a war trophy taken from a German soldier in France during combat in the spring of 1944. And to the best of my knowledge is still in serviceable condition." Some blueing still remains with some brown patina. I now have a slideshow of pictures for you to view. Please click on the link below. Asking $19,500 DELIVERED to your FFL. If you have any questions please contact me at rext269@aol.com or 859-361-9444. Thanks, Rex. Rex Tyson Kentucky Firearms ******More pictures here******* http://s114.photobucket.com/user/rext/slideshow/MP-40%20matching