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PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 21:29 pm 
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Just spotted this on another forum. If the quality of the model is okay, this will be a godsend for those of us who live in countries where de-acs are banned.

http://www.denix.es/en/noticias/25/#.UxOf8_ldWSp

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 21:32 pm 
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Brilliant lets hope it's a tad cheap like there Thompson m1928 haha

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 0:04 am 
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Great break down as well. I'm impressed. Tho I wonder what the weight is like. My only problems with some of the denix's personally. But I think that is more of a personal preference more than anything. lol.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 13:17 pm 
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Yin717 wrote:
Great break down as well.

That's probably just pre-assembly though, I doubt the end-user will be able to break it down like in the picture.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 13:43 pm 
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Awwwww. Then statement is retracted. ;)


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Yin717 wrote:
Awwwww. Then statement is retracted. ;)

What we really need is a Mk V Sten!!
All I'm waiting for to complete my display. Even asked the missus for one for Xmas, got socks n smelly!!! Best dressed combat para me now!!! Lol


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Zib Militaria has a replica MkV Sten:

http://www.zib-militaria.de/epages/6143 ... ucts/20170

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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2014 20:26 pm 
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Bazooka Joe wrote:
Zib Militaria has a replica MkV Sten:

http://www.zib-militaria.de/epages/6143 ... ucts/20170

Hi
Just update on this.
I've had bits off Zib, but they WON'T ship a sten to UK!!
Said I could go collect but then what? How to get it to the UK.
I'm at Arnhem in September and ideal time for a sortie over the border, para style of course!!!
I'm taking a bren so could I bring it back as a bring-back??

Cheers

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Looks like the Denix Sten is finally ready for sale: http://www.denix.es/en/catalogue/61/485/#.U-B3mfmSySp

Haven't actually seen it anywhere yet though......

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I've now found it for sale: http://www.militaria.es/Base/Fotos.php? ... nom=%27%27

95 Euros!!

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hoseman wrote:
Bazooka Joe wrote:
Zib Militaria has a replica MkV Sten:

http://www.zib-militaria.de/epages/6143 ... ucts/20170

Hi
Just update on this.
I've had bits off Zib, but they WON'T ship a sten to UK!!
Said I could go collect but then what? How to get it to the UK.
I'm at Arnhem in September and ideal time for a sortie over the border, para style of course!!!
I'm taking a bren so could I bring it back as a bring-back??

Cheers

Paul

I'd check first whether you can bring a replica back, I'm sure I'd read RIFs were illegal in Holland, you wouldn't want to get it taken off you by the old bill or customs over there


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