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Old 05-29-2007, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default WW2 Full autos.

Does anyone have a list or know where one is of all subguns and large caliber machineguns used in World War 2. I know a lot of them and am looking to purchase one in the not to distant future. But I want to know all of them before deciding on which direction to go in. I'm kind of leaning towards a Thompson right now.

Also if anyone has any post it up!

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Old 05-29-2007, 10:32 PM   #2
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Yeah there are quite a few really rare smg's like the reising and the french mas of course some of the jap's were still using the gatling gun haha

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Old 06-05-2007, 02:07 AM   #3
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Thompson, my personal favorite, Grease gun, sten, BAR, MP 40, STG 44, Browning 1919, M2 .50 cal, Lewis gun, Bren gun, M2 carbine, Bergmann, MG 42, MG 81, MG 34, PPSH 41, Reising, Johnson light MG, just to name a few off the top of my head.

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If U dont wanna spend that much on a full auto...we are offering semi auto MG42's for around $6000

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Decided to save my cash. Then I will probably start up in the NFA game a bit further down the road when I don't have as much college debt to pay off.

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Sorry to hear about the debt.. Being an owner to me has been very satisfying. Keep in mind that the price of machine guns will go UP every year by at least 10% so the longer you wait.. the more it will cost you.

But.. paying off that loan is the smart decision.

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How is it going Josh. All you have to do is call. The machine gun dealers bible is good reading. Also has all the info you want to know about the guns.


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I think in probably about 6 months I could have enough put away to get started. I will probably start out with a more modern subgun and later move on to the more historical pieces. I will definetly give you a call once I'm ready to get started up.

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