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We tech gold luger 4 inch. With Tanaka Stock

 

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AGM mp44 and C-41 Pistol

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A trio of Panzerfaust

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S&T ppsh with contour and stick mag.

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4 AGM mp40's

Marushin M712

HFC C-96

Marushin M1 Carbine Enforcer

We tech 4 and 6 inch lugers.

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Without the Ar15-Front Grip it would be a very nice "early-spec-ops"-weapon :D

 

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Finally re-did the stock of my dboys K98k and weathered it a bit...an old-style scope with mount and leather sling are going to come, I'm looking for those at the moment =)

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Took more like a month, but there's now a KWA TT-33 in this thread;

 

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Next will probably be a PPsH, and then I can start getting together the gear for a WWII loadout.

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Picked this up in a package deal along with a Tanaka Luger and AGM Mp40 (although I'm selling those). Only paid 300 for everything. It was in perfect condition and came with two magazines.

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The wood makes that look amazing.

 

I made 2 new Faust today!

 

 

 

 

VORSICHT with H not VORSICTT

but nice work

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20 round mid caps ;).

 

Modified and cut up the 30 rounder Mids, that was attempt one so a bit rough, you can see the cut. Going to bondo, re-sand, and repaint when I get the chance.

 

Only four or nine more to do...

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/56761289@N05/6817488251/in/photostream/

 

Flickr is being rubbish. - Sorry.

 

It is a Real Steel WW2 stock. So I have done very little to the finish apart from cleaning the gun oil off.

 

Abuse, gun oil, and 50 odd years would give a similar finish ;),

 

It's my pride and joy, as there are initials etched and scored into the wood.

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