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  1. This is a Bren Mk 1m British .303 cal. registered as a Pre-Sample and imported into the U.S. by Interamerican. Serial number M-6813. The Mk 1m was the later variant of the Bren Mk 1 that eventually evolved into the Mk 2. The firearm is marked Mk 1m but registered with NFA as a Mk 2. The firearm is also marked Inglis of Canada 1941. Inglis introduced the first Mk 2 in 1941. This firearm has a number of accessories with it listed below. This firearm is in excellent condition (see pics) and has been test fired. Buyer pays shipping of $350 for the the several boxes to be shipped. Includes: 5 barrel assemblies (total) in both Mk 1 and Mk 2 variants. 1 barrel assembly (part of the 5) that is a BLANK firing barrel. 23 thirty round box magazines total. That includes a field magazine box with 12 magazines that appear in new condition plus another 11 magazines in used condition A 100-round detachable drum. Drum does not include the drum adapter assembly for mounting it to the receiver but we see that adapter assembly on the Internet for less than $100. Brass catcher (original WWII). The Bren brass catcher was used mostly in conjunction with the 100 round drum. $19,500.00 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. 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. This item is listed by, and the website and postings are monitored by E. A. 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-1227
  2. Pristine Condition Original, bought in 4/2019 and rarely used. 525 plus shipping etc Album
  3. Available for sale is my excellent condition Sterling L2A3 (MK4) sub machine gun. This gun is not a conversion and was built from the ground up on a Wilson tube using a virgin parts kit. It was finished with the correct black crinkle style paint and bears all original factory markings. The stock lock up is tight as are all other components. This has been a safe queen and as far as I can tell is unfired aside from the test rounds following its construction. I rate the condition at 98% with only minor marks from storage and stock manipulation. The Form 4 lists the model as the original L2A3 designation, an uncommon rarity for those seeking a Sterling as close to factory original as possible. That coupled with the unique serial number 1 would make this a fantastic addition to any high grade collection. The gun is on a from 4 in Wisconsin, payment in full starts the paperwork, all shipping / fees / stamps are on the buyer. Local buyers are welcome to inspections with an appointment. Contact me as outlined below with any questions. **Manufacturer: Wilson Arms Company** **This is not a Sten conversion** **Additional detailed photos are available upon request** Price: $17,000 OBO - SPF Shipping: Actual Price Contact: Private message or email at bevisblack15NOSPAM@yahoo.com (remove NOSPAM)
  4. Two very nice Thompson British Lend Lease parts kits with barrels. The top one is a Thompson 1928A1/Sold the bottom one is a Thompson M1 (Still for Sale), barrel in very good condition. When the British got these guns they changed a few things they stippled the forearms and put the sling loops on the side of the forearm. They also moved the sling loop in the back to the top of the rear butt stock and filled in the bottom with a piece of wood. Some neat history on the Lend Lease guns hard to find in this condition. Can take more photos if someone needs them. $1900 each kit or $3400 for both. Everything that is pictured on small parts included. Shipping and insurance not included. Check or Money Order Only. I can provide references if needed. I can provide more pics if someone needs them
  5. I am looking for flashhiders (any condition) and barrel jackets (heat sleeves) (any condition above falling apart relic) that would be used on aircraft guns. Looking for pieces for British or German MG's for a collection/WWII display. Let me know what you have. Thanks.
  6. I am looking for Browning parts in British .303. Specifically, a barrel jacket/heat sleeve, booster, flash hider in the MK1 or MKI configuration (not the MK2 type). Will consider all condition levels. Let me know what you have.
  7. British Sten MII 9mm submachine gun $5200 Fully transferable. Nicely manufactured MkII Sten made by Taylor Mfg., Decature, GA. Comes with both wire frame and T-stock, as well as, two different types of pistol grips, extra bolt, extra barrel and rubber buffer that increases the rate of fire. Stens are one of the most enjoyable submachine guns to shoot. All NFA rules apply. This firearm is coming from John Norrell, Inc. Buyer will pay UPS shipping with insurance and adult signature required.