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rob762x51 posted a topic in NFA Market BoardFor sale - Belgian manufacture FN Minimi squad automatic weapon like we used in Desert Storm, for $11,000 - OBO This was imported from Israel by Ohio Ordnance and sold to me in unused condition by them in the early 2000's, with 2 new straight handle FN mfg. barrels, plus 3 U.S. M249 spare barrels and other accessories included. I have fired a few thousand rounds out of it, but am no longer a class III dealer. This fun shooting, military, law enforcement machine gun is in very good condition, fully functional and comes with 3 interchangeable spare U.S. type M249 folding handle barrels, 4- 30 round magazines and numerous 5.56x45mm U.S. links and plastic ammo boxes, original to the gun. Links and spare barrels will NOT be sold separately. This FN Minimi is a POST 86 DEALER SAMPLE machine gun that requires a buyer to possess a current class 3 dealer's license with a law enforcement agency demonstration letter, or class II manufacturer's license. This FN Minimi Squad Automatic Weapon as pictured is available for viewing and purchase by appointment at HAMILTON & SONS FIREARMS in Cottonwood, Arizona, to whom it is registered. For information, please call IDAN GREENBERG at 602-327-2863, or Dan Hamilton at 923-300-4561. THANKS FOR LOOKING!
One TNW-built MG34 Semi Auto. This is an Israeli-issued MG-34 kit mated to a TNW receiver. I bought the receiver as a build kit, quickly realized it was out of my league, and sent it to TNW to build for me. They blued the receiver, but the rest of the kit is "original" (e.g. probably Israeli refurbed). The kit itself has all markings intact (e.g. not peened). The rifle runs well. Two bolts are included, both converted to semi. One works well, the other doesn't. I've had that bolt back to TNW once without luck, but I passed on sending the complete rifle in for repair given that I had a spare on hand. The rifle will ship with several 50 round belts (mostly post-war MG3 belts), one basket drum, the carry handle (Israeli designed/issued, not German), and a repro sling made with original (perhaps Yugoslav) hardware. I have a AAA tripod and the BRP adapter for it at extra cost. I also have two extra barrels at extra cost. No longer available, moved to auction
FOR SALE: Transferable Model 1910 Russian Maxim. There are not many of these in the registry and they don't come up for sale often. The Russian Maxim is arguably the pinnacle of water-cooled simplicity and reliability. Parts, ammo, and accessories are still plentiful for this model to include barrels, locks, belts, belt-loaders and 7.62x54r ammo. This particular 1910 was put together by the "Russian Maxim Master," Bob Naess of Black River Militaria. Bob built this 1910 utilizing a C&R MG08 side plate and pre-war (1938) Tula arsenal numbers-matching parts kit . This 1910 package consists of everything pictured (except ammo) to include a freshly redone Sokolov wheeled mount**, extra lock, steam fitting with hose, regular booster + "2-speed booster" (pictured) and wooden shipping crate. ** please note the 1910's versatility to fit other mounts / tripods to include the Vickers tripod and pretty much all of the Browning medium machine gun mounts to include the 1917a1 and M2 tripods. This 1910 Maxim is on Form 4 in TN. Price is SPF (funds up front) to include both 1st stamp and shipping PM if you're interested...references and proof of life happily provided.