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  1. WTT: Vector Uzi, 9MM, 45, 22LR

    I have a 9mm Vector Uzi, very good condition - practically new, transferring into a dealer here in town. Hope to have it registered to them soon for a fast Form 3 transfer. Extra bolts and barrels for 45 ACP and 22 LR. About 8 to 10 mags with a mixture between the three types. My interests run towards the WWII machine guns, and I would be interested in a trade if you have something of that nature. Even, up, or down. Throw me a proposal. ~Robert
  2. ALL MATCHING GERMAN LUGER, ERFURT DOUBLE STAMP 1915. IT WAS CHROMED $1500 OR BEST OFFER. BUYER PAYS ALL TRANSFER FEES AND SHIPPING. CALL OR TEXT, TONY 443-201-3088
  3. Fully transferable original MP German WWII MP40, 9mm Test fired to assure function. Origin was likely a battle field war trophy bring back (duffle bag gun) registered with NFA during the ATF Amnesty in November of 1968. $17,500 Components serial numbers: top of rear receiver cap #2238, front sight #38, barrel #238, front side of receiver #238, and rear sight #238. Rear receiver cap has two numbers on it. The component serial number of #2238 but also has the registered serial number #2293 on the side of the same rear cap. This firearm is a good example of the battle field German weapon referred to as a Schmeisser by the Allies. Firearm is ready to transfer on a e-form 3 to a class III dealer. Buyer pays FedEx priority shipping and insurance of $150 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 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.
  4. These adapters have become impossible to find - overall excellent condition. This enables you to fire your Lewis gun on various mounts - Vickers , Browning , Sokolov Price is $3,200
  5. An excellent example of a British Lend-Lease M1A1 Thompson. The internals and the bore of the firearms are as nice as the outside. The proof marks are hard to read and harder to photograph, but the firearm is US property marked. The upper and lower are matching numbers. The magazines appear to be spot welded together and came with the gun - sling is original and correct. This C&R firearm is in my inventory on a form 3 ready to go transfer. Shipping and insurance will be paid by he buyer. Price is $26,000
  6. I am selling my transferable Savage M1 Thompson. The trigger frame was also built by Savage, but the serial number does not match. The rear sight retains a blued finish, but I can include a parkerized Lyman fixed sight (without ears) for the buyer, if desired. The USGI markings (FJA, Ordnance Wheel, GEG stamps, and proofmarks) are all visible. It has an M1 bolt and functions perfectly. It is on a Form 4 in Maine. Asking $18,750 for the gun and 2 magazines, shipped to your dealer. I can accept checks or money orders - will start the paperwork once funds clear. I am happy to send additional photos. Prospective buyers are welcome to inspect it in person. You can view my posts and feedback (which goes back over 10 years and is all positive) using the same username (NavyEngineer) on several shooting forums (I'd be happy to PM or e-mail you links to my feedback). I can be reached via PM or at NavyEngineer1@gmail.com Thanks for looking! Video with livefire: https://vimeo.com/282937767 Full size photos of several of the images below can be viewed using this link: https://ibb.co/album/gRs4ov
  7. Interested in seeing pictures of what you have and price. Cash deal or plenty of transferable, Pre May and Post Sample trades available if interested. Thanks! Tom
  8. We have a 1944 Russian Ppsh41 that was acquired in 1951 from Korea and brought back to the states after the war. The original owner filed a US Treasury Department/IRS Form 1 on November 19,1962. Approved on December 19,1962. It was sold as part of an estate sale in 2006 after his death, to a buyer in Albuquerque NM. Where the weapon was originally registered. It was reactivated, (barrel replaced) and then transferred to a Form 4 by the previous owner. The original barrel comes with the purchase as well as the bolt, as the firing pin has been compromised. How, who knows? There is a replacement barrel and bolt in the weapon. We purchased this Ppsh 41 in 2008 and took it out a couple of times since. We have a short video from a few winters ago. This weapon has patina from its use and travels, the buttstock has some Cyrillic letters on the left side. The original stock has seen a lot of action, but is still in one piece and fits the weapon nicely. The markings,(date 1944 and a star) on the top of the receiver; and these markings are the most common out there. The matching SN also appears on the outside bottom of the trigger guard and on the lower receiver that extends into the top of the buttstock. This firearm comes with a parts stock. I highly recommend using this stock when shooting it. One drum and 2 stick magazines are included. Also, included is the original Form 1 with the original envelope and the assorted stamps, (Dallas TX office of the A&T.T.) on the back of the Form 1. A short biography of the veteran who originally owned this subgun. It will transfer out on a tax exempt Form 3 to your SOT of choice. It can transfer to a C&R FFL on an approved Form 4 or a Form 4 to a non SOT Nevada buyer. We have plenty of photos and a video on request. Everything is in our Dropbox file, so we can send links via email for those interested. Been a member of the boards since 2003... David DCI, 07/SOT Reno, NV
  9. Very nice WWII vintage M1912 squad cleaning kit for M1911A1 .45 pistols. Excellent condition overall. Case is parked, minor wear, some scattered freckling, but no dents or major issues, one of the nicest I've seen. Cleaning rods look unused, chalky park finish. Oiler and can are in nice shape. 3 tools included, one used, two look unused. Unfortunately no brushes or wood insert. Needs a few things to be complete but the meat and taters are there, and are in exceptional condition. $235 shipped Prompt PayPal ff or + fees No trades CROSSPOSTED Thank you for looking!!
  10. Fresh find from Knob Creek a couple weeks ago. An original Colt M2HB blued barrel. At the time I purchased it, barrel was gauged at less than zero on the throat erosion gauge! Didn't have a muzzle gauge but it can't be bad if the throat is this good. Finish is a little worn may have came off a display gun. Only mark on the barrel is a "C" which leads me to believe it's a Colt barrel and very possibly a WWII one. Bore is frosty but I've never seen one that wasn't. Strong lands / grooves. $650 shipped
  11. For your consideration, a nice original USGI Kerr Nobuckl rifle sling. Nice patina on metal, a couple spots of cleaned up rust on one clasp, minor edge wear on sling, no tears or major issues. Awesome original piece with some nice character. $40 shipped to US Prompt PayPal for payment CROSSPOSTED Thank you for looking!!
  12. This MG-42 was picked up by my grandfather during WWII while he was deployed in France. He shipped it home and registered it with the US Treasury in the 1940's. It was directly transferred to me and is on a Form 4 in my name in Pennsylvania. It has had less than 1,000 rounds through it since my grandfather picked it up. It still runs well and I have videos of it running 50 round belts without any trouble. The gun is complete with Waffenamt markings throughout the gun. I notice them on the trigger group, trunnion, barrel, bolt, top cover and I am sure on other parts that I have not noticed. This gun has never been restored/refinished or "worked over". It is in the original condition it was found in on a battlefield in Europe. I have the standard spare parts from RTG Parts, including a 308 conversion kit and various spare parts that I would include with the sale. I have many additional high resolution photos that I can email. Please contact me if you would like a copy of them sent to you. Asking $48,000 814-876-0282 jacksonpollack@gmail.com
  13. 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