Waffen Und Bier

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  1. Speaking of MP5's....

    If I could find a RR 9mm for $30k, I would take that over a 40K+ sear gun any day. Point moot as I just bought a MAC and a STEn who I will have a hard enough time feeding (not to mention a kitchen and bathroom remodel I have to cashflow). Will be interesting to see what this one goes for.
  2. Which Thompson for 1st machine gun?

    I would rather have an original WW2 USGI refinish, than a WH gun.
  3. Speaking of MP5's....

    It's not mine and I don't know the seller, but.....dang. Closes soon. If I didn't dislike the .40 SW round and if I had about 10,000 rounds of the stuff, I would buy this (unless there are any known pitfalls involving Billistic receiver guns). Anyone? https://www.gunbroker.com/item/898677426
  4. Newly manufactured Stoner 63 bolt carrier

    Just trying to keep hope alive.
  5. Best way to ship NFA items?

    For all their quirks, USPS has always delivered and with Registered, they insure up to $50,000 now. I have had UPS and Fed Ex deliver to wrong addresses, show as delivered when it wasn't, shown attempted delivery when the GPS on their truck didn't even get within 10 miles of us (their dispatcher confirmed this for me). Once with UPS, I asked the counter person about insuring an MG for $8500 and they said yes. Dumbass watched me spend about an hour carefully wrapping, boxing and taping gun and accessories. I went back to the counter and he said, I have to get a manager to approve. Manager wanted me to unpack it and show it to him. Then he didn't want to insure it. My local post office is rural and the clerks go out of their way to help. YMMV.
  6. Best way to ship NFA items?

    As frustrated as I get watching USPS Registered tracking showing the guns going to same cities along the route twice, going in the complete opposite direction from the destination, sitting in one place for four days, circling the destination post office for a few days, driving past the destination post office, etc, they are still the best option. I used to drive the guns if they were going only a few states away, but health doesn't allow it anymore. USPS Registered. Priority mail works if insurance limits allow.
  7. Newly manufactured Stoner 63 bolt carrier

    Ideally, those involved want components for each configuration. It all rests on the approval of a receiver.
  8. by a well established firearms manufacturer. This may actually happen one day.
  9. APEX Fiream Parts

    Been a while for me, but they have always been good. I think he posts on the Thompson board.
  10. Kudos to Andy Blaschik / KGB Armament

    I sent my friend's non-functioning semi auto Cassi import Sterling to him after he promptly responded to a query on GB. I would normally have had a go at it myself, but striker fired mechanisms are not my cup o' tea. He agreed to look at the gun. Contacted me within a day of receiving it with repair options. He told me where I could find the parts I needed or he could machine full auto parts to make it work. I sent him the parts I bought and he installed them right away. He offered to test fire, but that wasn't necessary. He shipped it back ASAP. His shop rates were reasonable (and like me, I don't believe he charges enough). He sent back the old parts and everything I shipped with the gun. His communications were great. The gun functioned flawlessly. THANKS! His info; Andrew Blaschik Tactical Firearms Academy Inc "your trainer for life" KGB Armament LLC FFL Type 07-10-11 Office: 954-274-6962
  11. Beretta Model 71 .22LR SOLD

    Sold at local show. Thanks. Steve
  12. Not set up for cards! Please refer to photos found on "not sold" Gunbroker auction number 884259246 Gun is no longer for sale there, just saves me having to repost a ton of photos. Blue. European heel type magazine release. Overall very good condition. Minor scratch or finish wear here and there. A few deeper scratches/nicks in the finish and alloy frame (highlighted in photos. Note: a lot of what appears to be scratches or wear is flash from camera). "Made in Italy" and "Berben Corporation NY NY" on the slide. Four factory magazines and one high capacity unknown manufacture magazine. Box and large foldout instruction sheet both of which have some tatter). Out of an estate. All controls seem to work properly, but with any used firearm, buyer should have it inspected by a qualified person. FFL is required for purchase and will ship only to the address on that FFL. No face-to-face sales. Be sure this item is legal for you to possess. Will not ship to prohibited States/jurisdictions. Sorry, but no sales to NJ, California, DC or Hawaii. We have no idea what is compliant in what state/jurisdiction. It is up to the end purchaser to research and be certain that they are complying with their state laws. By purchasing, you are certifying the item is lawful for you to possess. If your state law requires a gun lock be shipped with a gun, please let us know before we ship. Buyer assumes all liabilities regarding purchase and use of this item. USPS Money Order, certified check or other money order. Not set up for cards or PayPal because of fraud, chargebacks, and their anti-gun policies. Inquiries/offers/acceptances answered in the order received. Waffenundbier@(remove)aol.com Thanks. Steve
  13. F/S: British BSA MKII* Browning $15K or Offer

    This would be good on a WW2 SAS jeep or LRDG vehicle.
  14. Biden’s “ assault rifle ..... solution “

    With the unequal treatment under the law these turds have demonstrated since they killed the Kennedys, MLK, the Hitlery shenanigans, Ukraine gate, etc, I will not obey another phederal law ever. Old, cranky and sick. Been shot at and missed, sh*t on and hit. Don't mind dying doing what is right.
  15. Value of m14 transferable?

    I would avoid selling high dollar stuff on gunbr*ker. You get charged a 2% fee up front for a reserve listing, plus the sales commission. If you get stiffed for payment, they allegedly credit you if you relist it again. A lot of hoops and no customer service satisfaction. I have never been reimbursed for non paying bidders.....ever. There is no sanction against a non paying bidder. If you do list it on there, just start the bidding at the minimum you want to get (building in their final sales fees). Good luck is you use them.