DeactivatedMachine GunsNearly New£ 350
I have for sale an outstanding example of a WW2 German 1942 Steyr manufacture MP34 with full matching numbers (2173) in excellent condition (9mm). All markings (WaA) are present and correct. Cocks and dry fires, comes with an original MP34 magazine pouch with 3 more original Steyr MP34 magazines in lovely condition. Also has its appropriate certificate of deactivation. ( For sale to customers outside the EU including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man ) Please email before making a purchase.
Here we have a beautiful Vietnam era Chinese 7.62Type 56 SKS Semi-Automatic Carbines When SKS production ceased in the Soviet Union, it was transferred to China and renamed Type 56. A10-shot semi-automatic carbine with hinged box magazine polished wooden stock and folding Spike Bayonet. This example has all matching numbers original cleaning rod and a moving bolt but does not dry fire. This rifle also dates back to 1959/60 due to the serial number so a very early SKS.
The CZ27 is an updated variant of the CZ24. The CZ27 pistol was produced under German occupation of Czechoslovakia. Around 425,000 of these pistols were produced and used by the German army.The Waffenamt code on this ‘WaA76’ indicates this item was accepted into German military service in 1944-1945. This example is in beautiful condition with only minor wear on the blueing. This pistol also strips cocks and dry fires and is full matching numbers. Come with correct magazine and deactivate certificate (For sale outside the EU including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) Please contact us before purchasing.
This is a great condition WWII Russian PPS43, dated 1944 and matching bolt. First produced in 1943 it was used extensively by the Red Army during WWII. The Cyrillic "C" is the makers mark of the Stalin Auto factory. If captured they were often used by German troops, as it was reliable and worked well in all weather conditions. Deactivated with a moving cocking handle and bolt selection that can be pulled back and when released will return under spring tension. The bolt safety can also be engaged. This example also comes with a magazine pouch with 3 spare mags and a cleaning tool. Spare magazines will fit in as there is no bar in the magazine which is very hard to find now.
For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a matching numbered PPSH41 submachine gun which is dated 1945. The PPSH41 was favoured by Wehrmacht combat troops who liked its robustness, reliability and its magazine capacity. This example comes with a war time drum magazine as well as another drum magazine and a stick magazine. This example does not cock or dry fires, but does have a moving cocking handle and trigger. ( For sale outside the EU including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man ) Please contact us before purchasing.
The Type 14 Nambu was designed in 1925 with the goal of simplifying manufacturing. It was officially adopted for issue to Non-Commissioned Officers in the Japanese Army in 1927. This is an excellent, original Type 14 nambu 8mm Semi Automatic pistol. It has excellent metal work and grooved wood grips and retains it's original finish. It has the correct early production unmodified trigger guard. The right side of the frame is marked with the manufacturer's script characters 'Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company/Chuo Kogyo Production at Kokubunji under Nagoya Arsenal Supervision'. It has date marks “13-1” which dates this to January 1938. This pistols serial number is “43704”. The left side of the pistol has Japanese Arsenal marks. The magazine has the number “181” with a Japanese acceptance stamp underneath. This weapons strips, cocks and dry fires. It also has a clear barrel and is simply deactivated and not destroyed inside like many others. Price for this rare to find Toriimatsu First Series Nambu Pistol includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery.
Deactivated WWII German aluminium flare pistol. This example is dated 1942, it is manufactured by Walther with makers code "AC" and is correctly marked with Waffenamt acceptance stamp Eagle over 380. This example has all matching numbers and retains it's original wartime grips and black anodised finish. During the war this model was issued to all branches of the German military and used on all front. (Flare pistols have been unaffected by the recent EU/UK law changes and can still be cocked, stripped and dry fried)
Here we have a K98 (Karabiner 98k). This is not a post war K98 this is a Waffenamt stamped (77) Nazi K98. This example is a late war 1944 dated K98 made by BNZ (Steyer-Daimlier-Puch). This rifle is one of the last ones made by Steyer-Daimlier-Puch as they stopped making them mid 1944. This rifle is 80% matching numbers and still strips cocks and dry fires. It sadly doesn't have its deactivation certificate as the last owner lost it. ( For sale outside the EU including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man ) Please contact us before purchasing.
This is a lovely example of Australian made L1A1 FAL/SLR. The rifle is marked with a small star with the letter "A" within its centre for 'Australia". It is also marked with the British army war department broad arrow. This example was used by the Singapore Police Force and is stamped "SPF". The magazine is dated 1967 and it also retains its gas piston which is extremely rare. This example full strips cocks and dry fires and comes with its appropriate certificate of deactivation. ( For sale outside the EU including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man ) Please contact us before purchasing.
Please visit our website www.dakmilitaria.com for all our new stock and more. We have quiet a few deactivated firearms for sale that haven't been added to website yet so send me a message if you would like to know what we have. Tom
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