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SPF--MP 40 bnz 42 all matching original German SMG

Location: Ellisville, MS

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Sold pending funds. MP 40 bnz 42 in Excellent condition all matching fully transferable original German submachine gun Maschinenpistole 40.  ATF form lists Germany as the manufacturer. On a form 3 and ready for instant Efile. 1942 Nazi MP 40 manufactured by Steyr-Mannlicher Erma Werke Haenel, code "bnz." All matching throughout with 98%+ of the original wartime blue finish with very little wear but enough to confirm the original finish. The bakelite components are also in extremely fine condition with almost no use.  Grips and foregrip are mint +.  This gun was a safequeen since it rolled out of the factory and an extremely fine example of an original WWII German MP40 Submachine gun as used by all German forces.  This model could be at home in a museum and is sure to increase in value over a tube gun or post war example.  Documented in this database: https://www.mp40.nl/uploads/MP40%20Database.pdf Comes with original sling and five original mag with mag carrier. $25,000.  Full or partial trades considered of fully transferable machine guns.

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  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
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418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
FFL 1-64-03368

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with the rare German 9 suffix number and code SAC, you just don't see that every day?

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2 hours ago, johnsonlmg41 said:

with the rare German 9 suffix number and code SAC, you just don't see that every day?

My guess is that SAC may stand for Sacramento Arms Company and was imported into the country at some point prior to GCA of 1968.  That's the best guess.  I've also discovered from another person the following:  The sling attachment is from the Haenel factory and the middle section of the recoil system is not a Steyr part.  WIth the exception of those little details, it is excellent.


  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
uc?id=0B55KHZZG8rMwNmpZVUhLeHEzTlU&expor
418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
FFL 1-64-03368

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beautiful gun davy. wow.

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Yes it is a beautiful weapon, but please correct me if I'm wrong.  Didn't every factory original MP40 have the front sling loop on the right side?  I believe it was done this way to keep the bolt handle free and easy to grab.  If I am wrong, can someone please post an original WWII picture showing the front sling loop on the left side.

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5 hours ago, pstidan said:

Yes it is a beautiful weapon, but please correct me if I'm wrong.  Didn't every factory original MP40 have the front sling loop on the right side?  I believe it was done this way to keep the bolt handle free and easy to grab.  If I am wrong, can someone please post an original WWII picture showing the front sling loop on the left side.

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6 hours ago, rhouston8 said:

 

6 hours ago, rhouston8 said:

 

9 hours ago, johnsonlmg41 said:

 

I'm not sure but the sling can be turned on either side so it's just a matter of taking the barrel nut off and flipping it around.  It's ambidextrous.  For a right hand shooter, it should be as pictured in my pictures.  Left hand, the other way.  This is not a historical factual assessment just my guess.


  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
uc?id=0B55KHZZG8rMwNmpZVUhLeHEzTlU&expor
418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
FFL 1-64-03368

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If you have the sling on the ejection port side and the sling around your neck, empty cases will bounce back into the receiver jamming the gun. for me, about one per mag. I moved the sling to the other side and no more problems.

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Ah ok.  Makes sense.


  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
uc?id=0B55KHZZG8rMwNmpZVUhLeHEzTlU&expor
418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
FFL 1-64-03368

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