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I still have my Shoei that fires 9mm blanks !!!! :)



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How much are original mags worth nowdays ?

I have 4 that I bought years ago & I'm thinking about selling them. Ive looked on the net to get a price but can't seem to find any.......

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I still have my Shoei that fires 9mm blanks !!!! :)



.........:twisted:..........


How much are original mags worth nowdays ?

I have 4 that I bought years ago & I'm thinking about selling them. Ive looked on the net to get a price but can't seem to find any.......

:?:


i will give you £200 for all 4 :wink: :D

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Steve, you complete and utter bast................ :evil:


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Oh, Bryn, since you are so nice about it, here are some more piccys

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:shock: :shock: I've almost drowned in my own saliva my mouth statred watering so much at the sight of those pics. Unfair, looks like something from an early Arnie movie


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Oh, Bryn, since you are so nice about it, here are some more piccys

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Really nice collection, awesome!

Just for the pot I currently have one deactivated MP44 by Haenel, and a bag of bits...

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Weissmann wrote:
I still have my Shoei that fires 9mm blanks !!!!


And it still rocks!

Weissmann wrote:
How much are original mags worth nowdays ?

I have 4 that I bought years ago & I'm thinking about selling them. Ive looked on the net to get a price but can't seem to find any.......

:?:


At least $200-$300 each, depending on condition and markings/codes.

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After the recent rash of Shoei replicas it seems everyone and his dog totes an MP44 or has one in the collection.
So to get an idea of numbers in circulation - Who has one?
Real or Replica (no bragging Reidmuller - we all know what you got (and the ladies know what you not got!!!!))

Would be nice to organise at an event just to muster up all carrying the equipment looking like a freshly armed KG.

I have a Shoei.


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Click to enlarge the small one.

These are mine.

M.Kb.42(W)
M.Kb.42(H)
MP43
MP43
Mp43/1
Mp43

All are battlefield finds (and deacts now) in different condition. How do you like it? ;)

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steve wrote:
PanzerGrenadier wrote:
After the recent rash of Shoei replicas it seems everyone and his dog totes an MP44 or has one in the collection.
So to get an idea of numbers in circulation - Who has one?
Real or Replica (no bragging Reidmuller - we all know what you got (and the ladies know what you not got!!!!))

Would be nice to organise at an event just to muster up all carrying the equipment looking like a freshly armed KG.

I have a Shoei.


I've got one, and its a live firer. Just got the 7.92 kurtz brass from the USA today, and the projectiles will be arriving next week.
Then its off to the range............................................


Gurowski


Whats the situation with live firers in NZ? I myself havent visited yet (got family in Napier) Can you pull up to a range and shoot till your hearts content like in the States?

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Whats the situation with live firers in NZ? I myself havent visited yet (got family in Napier) Can you pull up to a range and shoot till your hearts content like in the States?

Cheers.


There are two classes of firearms in NZ; non-restricted and restricted. Non-restricted are guns like sporting rifles and shotguns.

Restricted are broken down into three further categories:
Sporting pistols
Military Style Semi-Automatics (M.S.S.A)
Collectors or other.

The sporting pistols can only be shot on an approved pistol club's range and must be sporting type (includes modern pistols like Glocks and Desert Eagles).

The M.S.S.A's can be used on any range, private property or Govt land with a hunting permit. Included in this group are full-auto guns converted to semi-auto.

The Collectors are every other firearm (or rocket launcher) that falls outside these two groups. Firearms like Machineguns, assault rifles, submachine guns, collectable and short pistols. These may not be used with live ammunition under any circumstances. They may however be used with blank ammunition for theatrical reasons like movies and re-enactment.

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Whats the situation with live firers in NZ? I myself havent visited yet (got family in Napier) Can you pull up to a range and shoot till your hearts content like in the States?

Cheers.


There are two classes of firearms in NZ; non-restricted and restricted. Non-restricted are guns like sporting rifles and shotguns.

Restricted are broken down into three further categories:
Sporting pistols
Military Style Semi-Automatics (M.S.S.A)
Collectors or other.

The sporting pistols can only be shot on an approved pistol club's range and must be sporting type (includes modern pistols like Glocks and Desert Eagles).

The M.S.S.A's can be used on any range, private property or Govt land with a hunting permit. Included in this group are full-auto guns converted to semi-auto.

The Collectors are every other firearm (or rocket launcher) that falls outside these two groups. Firearms like Machineguns, assault rifles, submachine guns, collectable and short pistols. These may not be used with live ammunition under any circumstances. They may however be used with blank ammunition for theatrical reasons like movies and re-enactment.

Hope that makes sense.


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dect wrote:
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Click to enlarge the small one.

These are mine.

M.Kb.42(W)
M.Kb.42(H)
MP43
MP43
Mp43/1
Mp43

All are battlefield finds (and deacts now) in different condition. How do you like it? ;) They were found in Germany and are being kept there because of the Polish world's most stupid gun related law.

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Nice finds, Germany is almost as crazy as Poland, but not quite :wink:

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Nice finds, Germany is almost as crazy as Poland, but not quite :wink:


You mean such finds? No way, we are the Wild Wild West of Europe ;)

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Sorry to bring up an old thread with some great pictures, but does anyone know where I can find an old spec deactivated one for sale?

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