steves 50de wrote:How many 100s of thousands is that FG 42 very rare only a few in the country.
Bruenor wrote:steves 50de wrote:How many 100s of thousands is that FG 42 very rare only a few in the country.
If I recall the FG 42 was priced at $6,500.00, there was a second FG42 directly behind it on the other side of the table. those were not marked as NFA so is there a reproduction version ? Best guess it's a semi-auto reproduction from someone like SMG. Was out of my price range either way, so I did not inquire about the details for that one.
Bruenor wrote:For reproductions they were still pretty sweet looking.
My understanding was they had purchased several collections recently and were looking to move some of the pieces which is why they held the show. Hope they do it again as there was a lot of nice stuff if you are into collecting certain things. I'll certainly be better prepared next time. Also curious what was in the collections that they held back and didn't put out for the show.
some of the stuff I saw
Remington Model 12's round and octagon barrel, I've never seen so many pump 22's in one place
Several rolling block rifles
Some Desert eagles
A bunch of high standard pistols
Lots of bolt action rifles all makes and calibers from old to really nice hunting rifles.
Revolvers, one of the S&W revolvers was marked 1 of 3000. Several were in presentation cases.
Lots of CZ's
bunch of Walthers, P38's P38K's
H&K's the P7 went pretty quick
All the NFA stuff
Various AK47's from all over, Norinco, polytech, russian, others
SKS's a plenty from all over
there was also a comm block looking Rifle, I don't think it was an SVD (trying to recall what it was) but it was along those lines with the optic mounted.
A bunch of pistols that were machined and painted so you could see the internals. would be great training aids.
It seemed like there were more interesting pieces at this small show than I typically see at the large shows. or maybe they were just concentrated in a smaller area. maybe because they came from other peoples collections as a whole.
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