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    zb30 ZB30 DP28 Lee Enfield No4 7.92 mm Machine Guns
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    zb30 ZB30 DP28 Lee Enfield No4 7.92 mm Machine Guns

    DeactivatedMachine GunsUsed£ 525

    This is one of the rare Yugoslavian contract ZB30j which only around 1500 were ever made. When the German forces overran the Yugo plants in early 1941, they continued production with the design finding firm favour among German troops especially the SS in the early parts of the war as a it was an easy support weapon for one soldier to use effectively on the move. Production seised towards the end of WW2. This example is all matching numbers and has early German acceptance stamp "HK" for Heinrich Krieghoff. It is considered by many to be the finest light machine gun of WWII. Using the same design, the British developed the legendary Bren gun. This example strips cocks and dry fires, also comes with its deactivation certificate. (For Non EU Sales Only)

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    Here we have a great and extremely rare example of a 1931 dated DP28. This example is the earliest DP28 we have ever come across. It also is all matching numbers with superb condition wood and metal work. There are a few differences with this DP28 compared to war time ones as the cocking handle is rounded and it is made to a higher standard then war times DP28s. The original oiler is still inside the butt and it comes with 2 magazines, both original Russian ones not Chinese copies. It also strips, cocks, dry fires and comes with its deactivation certificate. (For Non EU Sales Only)
    £980 ono

    This is an original .303 calibre No.4 rifle as used in WW2, Korea and the Suez Crisis. The all original woodwork and metal work of this weapon are in excellent condition. It has a winged fore sight, correct flip up rear sight and brass butt plate with trap. It is stamped ROF 1942 but then painted over and then it is clearly stamped F(FTR) 1948, which means it went back for (Factory thorough repair) in 1948). This example strips, cocks and dry fires. Comes with period bakelite oil bottle and pull threw which go inside the brass butt plate. (For Non EU Sales Only)
    £630 ono

    Deactivated Carcano M91 6.5mm Carbine in very good deactivated condition, and Terni manufacture, 1936 Fascist date stamp, with original sling. The Carcano Carbine was introduced in 1891 and served with mounted and armoured troops until it was replaced in 1938 by the larger calibre M38, although they were both used until the end of the war by the Fascist forces. This example strips, cocks and dry fires and comes with its deactivation certificate. (For Non EU Sales Only)
    £525 ono

    WWI Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 (Steyr M95) bolt action straight pull rifle. Marked on the receiver with Austro-Hungarian Army stamps and dated 1917. Austro-Hungary forces fought along side Germany during the first world war with the aim of increasing its territorial ambitions. In 1930 most M95 rifles were converted to the more powerful 8x56R M30 ammunition and marked with the letter "S" on the receiver ring. Deactivated with a working action it can be cocked, stripped and dry fired. (For Non EU Sales Only)
    £545 ono

    An original condition WWII Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Rifle chambered in 6.5mm, One specific feature of type 38 was the sliding bolt cover, which protected the receiver openings from the harsh pacific climate. It proved to be a hinderance and often would give away the user position to US troops, as it rattled when the bolt was operated. Not surprisingly, many soldiers removed these covers from their rifles. However this example still has it . It also has the chrysanthemum on the receiver which were often ground off. The stock was a two piece construction, as pictured. This example comes with a reproduction leather sling. A real Pacific War bring back. Deactivated to old specifications it can be cocked, stripped and dry fired. (For Non EU Sales Only)
    £960 ono

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    CategoryDeactivated
    SubcategoryMachine Guns
    ConditionUsed
    Price£ 525
    Sale typeTrade
    Makezb30
    Calibre7.92 mm
    ModelZB30 DP28 Lee Enfield No4
    Manufactured Year1930s
    Antiqueyes
    MechanismDeactivated
    CertificateNo Licence
    Gun StatusDeactivated
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