I was browsing Armslist and I found a first. A WWI German Mauser anti-tank rifle. Ill put a link and I'll copy and paste the text as well. I've never seen one for sale, I've heard about them before. What do y'all think? I posted this because I thought it was pretty cool. It's $8,500 for those who can't open the link. http://www.armslist.com/posts/30461...s-for-sale--very-rare-1918-mauser-tank-gewehr "This rare piece was produced by the Germans in 1917 and 1918 due to Allied tank attacks and is credited to be the first anti-tank weapon for military use. Weighing in at 37 pounds and 5 feet 6 inches in length, the T-Gewehr was able to penetrate the armor of that period with a 13.2 X 92 MM cartridge. Has blade front and tangent rear sights, with matching numbers on the barrel, chamber, receiver, bolt components, bolt catch and barrel band, three Imperial proofs on the right side of the chamber, the Mauser banner over 1918 on the receiver ring, and a pistol grip stock. It comes with a proper reproduction swiveling riveted metal bi-pod with spiked feet. This gun is in unrestored original condition. Some light cleaning has been done to stock and barrel. The bore has been kept clean and oiled. The bolt operates smoothly and locks firmly. Patina and light rust on metal, has 2 small cracks on stock. Additional pictures can be sent on request. Pre sale inspections can be arranged within 100 miles with a deposit. Serious inquiries only. This is a C+R classified gun."