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81mm mortar project
1fozziebear posted a topic in Collectors Market BoardUnfinished project ready for you to finish it up. Pics tell the description. Only change since the pic is the cup was removed to validate if there were threads or not. There are not threads they were ground off. My solution was going to have threads put on the original and not demiled tube and have an undersized cup made, of course that was the registered DD thought. All the 81mm rounds in pics are included, that's about $2800 alone in projectiles. If you have a lathe and mill, probably finish the project over a weekend. Everything is included for the mortar except the backs to carry it all. Prefer FTF will ship it all LTL on a pallet. Not UPS/FEDEX this all. Cash FTF, major bank cashier's check or USPS MOs if shipped. $4,500 for everything. Pretty hard stuff to come across. thanks for looking.
60mm ROADS mortar rounds
Tubegunner posted a topic in Collectors Market BoardThese are new made marking rounds for 60mm mortars. Rounds emit a pressurized spray of brightly colored marking chalk upon impact. Each round also comes with a reusable lift charge. Just add Bullseye smokeless powder and a #209 shotgun primer, then thread into the fin section. Total cost to fire a single round very cheap. Reload kits are sold in packs of 3. Price $249.00 ea. Load kits extra 8.95 good for 3 loads
1945 M5 60mm Mortar DD
Metalliatic posted a topic in NFA Market BoardUS M5 60mm Mortar Made in 1945 This is a fully transferable, civilian legal, registered Destructive Device On a Form 3 ready to transfer. E-file. Ky residents file a Form 4 and pay $200 tax stamp. All other states that allow NFA will need to have it shipped to a dealer in your state tax free. Then file a form 4 and pay $200 tax stamp. Just like a suppressor/silencer or machine gun. I use ATF E-file to transfer to your local dealer. So it shouldn’t take more then a week or so for your dealer to have it. Comes with 2 complete 60mm practice rounds. And another that’s missing a tail. These rounds weigh about 5 pounds each. With a full lifting charge and the correct angle, they can be propelled 3/4 of a mile. You can use a modified 20ga shotgun shell as a lifting charge. This was a dewat Mortar that has been reactivated. Fully functional - Live fire. Form 3 model is listed as M2. Reactivation manufacture is discretely engraved on the receiver cup along with the model and serial number. Price is $4950. Plus shipping Ky residents pay 6% sales tax. feel free to text 502-541-3919
WTS: USGI 60mm Mortar Kit
Labanaktis posted a topic in Collectors Market BoardUSGI 60mm Firestone Mortar Kit. The base looks great. The Bi-pod works with no resistance. I would say its in really great shape for 1945! When is the last time you seen one for sale? $1800 as pictured Shipping will be around $25 Trades considered, just let me know what you have... (nospam)Mattvandervest(nospam)@yahoo.com take out (nospam)
WTB: M30 4.2" Mortar Cup, Standard and Baseplate
Austringer posted a topic in Wanted to BuyI'm looking for anything related to the M30 4.2" rifled mortar. Demiled is ok as well. Please let me know if you have anything. Thanks Jason
I'm looking for anything related to either the WW2 M2 4.2" Mortar or the post war M30 4.2" Mortar Looking for the following items: Cup, Bipod Baseplate Tube Sights etc. M2 4.2" MOrtar M30 4.2" Mortar Thanks = Finders fees paid for successful purchases.
60MM Mil Spec Mortar Tube - $650.00
Murray Over in Carolina posted a topic in NFA Market BoardI have for sale as shown in Pic a New Live Fire 60 MM Mortar Tube. Manufactured to all Military Specs. Add Cup to have a Live Fire Mortar. $650.00, plus shipping. Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Live Drop Fire 60MM M2/M19 Mortar Tube Direct copy of a late WW2 60MM Mortar Tube 25 1/2" Long Standard Thread (12TPI), not Metric. Fits all WW2 Cups Original Length with a New Bore Dimension of 2.375 ID 4130 DOM Steel Tubing with a Honed Bore Bevel at Top, Thread Relief Cut at Bottom Marked on Tube for Bipod Very Nice 60MM Mortar tube. Thank you for looking, Murray Over in Carolina