JJX

Subguns and suppressor MP40 Mac10 Viper

Location: Shreveport, LA

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Mac 10 9mm transferable

SPF Gemtech Viper suppressor

SOLD M3A1 Grease Gun pre-sample

SPF  MP40 pre-sample

SOLD PENDING FUNDS MP40 Many matching numbers: receiver, barrel nut, end cap, trigger guard and both side rails of the stock. Bore is shiny. Looks very nice and works as it should.

Check for $8900 with one German magazine, plus shipping. No Credit cards please.
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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.
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SPF Gemtech Viper 9mm. Form 3.  Looks like it has been fired a few rounds, but in mint condition.
$525 plus shipping
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SOLD Excellent condition M3A1 Pre-86 Dealer Sample made by Ithaca in the 50s. Works perfectly, has no dents or significant scratches.

Appears to have seen little use. Includes one 30 round magazine.

In my inventory and will move on an eForm 3.

$10,700.00 plus shipping.

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What are the holes for in the end of the receiver? Drain Holes for water/debris?

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1 hour ago, Youlen Enterprises, Inc. said:

What are the holes for in the end of the receiver? Drain Holes for water/debris?

Yeah, it's a rare "over-the-beach" variant 

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In the photo of the back of the receiver of the M3A1, The drive rods have been removed. Those two holes are where the ends of the two guide rods fit. This shows the condition of the back of the receiver (an area that can display wear or a crack in the weld)

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12 hours ago, Youlen Enterprises, Inc. said:

What are the holes for in the end of the receiver? Drain Holes for water/debris?

Youlen, please PM me. I tried to PM you but it would not go through. 

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