Jim B

WTS: one lot of Marlin UD42 SMg parts !

Location: MN

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one interesting lot of UD42 parts, basically most of a complete parts set with spares.

Three barrel assms with fore grip, two are as they came out of the ARMEX kits many years ago, one very rusty, a freebie

Two bolt assms

one complete lower with stock, sear seems stuck, a bit of rust but will clean up

one receiver chunk

basically a kit less magazine and recoil spring but with a bunch of extra junk

These are very rare guns.  Just one small contract was delivered to the Dutch colonies prior to WWII, the Armex kits were sourced  from those that survived.  The UD42 is notable in that unshipped Dutch guns were adopted by the OSS

$1200 for this pile...it's rough but monsterously more rare than 1928 TSMg, MP40 or M3 bits

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Jim

What condition are the two barrel bores? How is the wood? any images of these items? Thx

Charlie Logan

Arms &Ordnance

PA

 

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Unknown, still in hardened grease bore wise

few perfect bores on UDs, wood is oil dewnched

pm me

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Is it sold?

 

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On 9. mars 2016 at 0:20 AM, Jim B said:

one interesting lot of UD42 parts, basically most of a complete parts set with spares.

Three barrel assms with fore grip, two are as they came out of the ARMEX kits many years ago, one very rusty, a freebie

Two bolt assms

one complete lower with stock, sear seems stuck, a bit of rust but will clean up

one receiver chunk

basically a kit less magazine and recoil spring but with a bunch of extra junk

These are very rare guns.  Just one small contract was delivered to the Dutch colonies prior to WWII, the Armex kits were sourced  from those that survived.  The UD42 is notable in that unshipped Dutch guns were adopted by the OSS

$1200 for this pile...it's rough but monsterously more rare than 1928 TSMg, MP40 or M3 bits

Did you sell the UD42 Lot?

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