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The Breda 37 was adopted in 1937 by the Royal Italian Army. It's a gas-operated, air-cooled Italian heavy machine gun produced by Breda Meccanica Bresciana from 1937–43. The Breda used a larger cartridge than its rivals, the 8mmx59RB. It was the standard machine gun for the Royal Italian Army during World War II, and continued to be used by the Italian Army after the conflict. These guns were captured by the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) in 1989 and imported into the U.S. in the 1990s. Kit includes all pieces shown in picture including original pre-banned barrel and original cut receiver. Also one 20 round cartridge strip (shipped where lawful). No other separate parts are available. No tripod, no ammo loaders and no accessories. Price: $1195. plus Flat Rate shipping $50. https://www.sargesmilitarysurplus.com/product/breda-1937/
The B&T USA / Brugger and Thomet KH9 was made in Switzerland and designed by Karl Brugger as Karl's Hobby 9mm which is a modernized Italian Sites Spectre M4 double/single action submachinegun with several design improvements. The KH9 has the option of feeding from either standard B&T magazines interchangeable with all of their firearms or includes a Finnish Soumi KP31/M31 magazine adapter to use coffin magazines. The recoil-springs operate on twin guides as opposed to the Spectre which is free floated and prone to binding. Receiver is a monolithic SCAR-type with quadrail and taken from the B&T GHM9. Barrel has an HK three-lug adapter. Controls are completely ambidextrous with magazine release and decocker on both sides. Charging handle was inspired by the Ingram M10 or IMI/IWI UZI, Pistol grip was based on the SIG SG550/STGW90, and the rear trunnion uses standard B&T MP9/TP9 stock/brace assemblies. Package includes hardcase, Soumi coffin magazine adapter, front/rear flip-up sights, two 30 round magazines, cleaning kit, manual, and hard-case. Photo is representative of another of my B&T KH9 examples. The firearm you will be receiving has not been fondled or touched. Made in Switzerland, this is 1 of 400 imported. Once gone, these will not be seen again. $2000 shipped.