PPSH 41, dated 1944 on top of the barrel, has its original finish to the metalwork and woodwork, It is not one that has been refurbished post war.
Has matching serial numbers on the Butt, lower receiver, upper receiver and the trigger assembly.
What is quite interesting about this one, is that the semi auto / fully auto selector switch by the trigger is welded in place, so it would of only fired on single shot, the weld looks period, so my guess is that it was possibly done to preserve / save on ammunition usage.
Comes complete with a removable 71 round drum magazine and its correct period leather sling £1320
DP28 Degtyaryov light machine gun, dated 1944, again has its original finish to the metalwork and woodwork and has not been refurbished post war.
The upper and lower half parts of the weapon have matching serial numbers so it has always been together.
Comes complete with 47 round pan magazine which still has has the original leather loading pull tab present (these are normally missing) £725
Russian PPS 43, Dated 1945, I think this has been refinished at some point as its looks in to good condition to be its original finish, has a crack in one of the grips. comes with sling.
Does not cock and dry fire. £350
WW2 German K98 dated 1937 Russian Capture, The top of the chamber is marked S/147 for J.P. Sauer, has some matching serial numbers and plenty of German markings / stamps. Comes with cleaning rod and leather sling £650
Deactivated Mab Model D.
Produced by MAB (Manufacture d'Armes de Bayonne) from 1933 to 1963. This example has a low serial number 1260 and is marked PS before the serial number which information is probably re-searchable out there somewhere, I have tried looking but had no luck finding anything on it.
In good condition but does have show some wear to the finish £365.
WW2 Russian Inert / Deactivated RGD-33 Stick hand grenade, which is in absolutely mint condition and retains pretty much all of its original green paint. The head of the grenade is embossed with H35 within a diamond shape and the handle is embossed with the number 308 within a diamond shape. The handle has a sliding arming catch which still works and the grenade will
cocks, fully strips down, 100% inert and safe to own !
I think you would struggle to find a better example out there £225.
PPSH 41 Stick magazines, £65 each or all 4 for £200.
All are from my own private collection, I was always on the lookout for items the best condition that I could possibly find. All the above are in very good to excellent condition and have always been very well looked after over the years.
Please see all the photographs and judge for your self.
All the above weapons are currently the older spec deactivation, so due to the current UK law these can only be sold outside the EU as they are, or they or can be re-deactivated to the current spec.
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