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PRE-1946 GERMAN GUNS, PARTS, AND MAGAZINES

#MP5 MP38/40 Loading Tool
Original WWII German MP38/40 magazin loading tool. This what would go in the small pouch on MP38/40 magazine pouches. Marked "MP38u40" with maker code "bte" dated 1941 with waffenamt. Excellent original working condition with original bluing. $375
#EC194 Deactivated German Heer Modell HSc 7.65mm/.32 ACP Pistol Rig
Deactivated WWII German Heer Modell HSc 7.65mm/.32 ACP-caliber semi-automatic pistol rig. Manufactured by the Mauser-Werke A.G. firm in Oberndorf am Neckar, Germany. The left side of the slide is marked with the Mauser motif, the Mauser name, address, the model designation, and finally the caliber. The serial number 849,109 indicates 1944 production and is applied on the front of the grip. The left side of the trigger guard is marked with a WaA135 Waffenamt proof mark whilst the right side is marked with an 'Eagle over N' proof mark indicting Heer acceptance. The pistol is in excellent condition with only minor finish wear. Both grip panels have a hairline crack. The 8-round magazine in the pistol is not removable. The brown leather holster is period and the correct multipurpose type as used with various 7.65mm/.32 ACP pistols including the HSc. It is in excellent serviceable condition. Background; The HSc pistol was manufactured by Mauser from 1940 until 1945 with a total of approximately 251,988 produced including 137,121 for the Heer. It was used by the Heer, Kriegsmarine, as well as multiple paramilitary organizations as a substitute standard pistol. This is an excellent example of the type complete with spare magazine and holster. Canadian sales only; this deactivation has been done according to Canadian law, and no license is required to own in Canada, however, we only sell to historical collectors (Age 18+) and museums. $1,000

#EC193 Deactivated German P.27(t) 7.65mm/.32 ACP Pistol Rig
Deactivated WWII German P.27(t) 7.65mm/.32 ACP-caliber semi-automatic pistol rig. Manufactured under German occupation by the C.Z. firm (Renamed Böhmische Waffenfabrik A.G. by the Germans) in Prague, Czechoslovakia. The left side of the slide is marked with the C.Z. maker code of 'fnh', the model designation, and finally the caliber. The serial number 341,158 indicates 1943 production and is marked on the right side of the frame as well as on the top of the slide (to the left of which is a small Nazi eagle proof mark). The C.Z. logo appears on both grip panels. The pistol is well-worn but still presents very well. Both 8-round magazines are marked with the 'P. Mod 27' designation on their baseplates. The magazine in the pistol is removable. The holster is a correct P.27(t) black leather holster in excellent serviceable condition. Background; The P.27(t) pistol was a Czechoslovakian military pistol pressed into service by the Germans after they annexed that country in 1939. They continued production of the pistol with a total of around 452,500 produced under occupation. It was used by all branches of the German military and multiple paramilitary organizations as a substitute standard pistol. This is a great example complete with spare magazine and correct holster. Canadian sales only; this deactivation has been done according to Canadian law, and no license is required to own in Canada, however, we only sell to historical collectors (Age 18+) and museums. $875

#EC166 German Model 1934 26.5mm flare pistol
Original WWII German Model 1934 26.5mm flare pistol manufactured by Waffenfabrik Walther. This is the aluminum "Kriegsausführung" (Wartime) version of the Model 1934. The five-digit serial number followed by an L suffix indicate that this pistol was made for non-Heer use. In excellent mechanical condition. In good cosmetic condition with intact grip panels and chipping of the black paint at the high-wear points where the pistol came into contact with a holster. Canadian sales only; this flare pistol requires no registration according to Canadian law, and no license is required to own in Canada, however, we only sell to historical collectors (Age 18+) and museums. $475

#GT2 P08 Luger Takedown Tool
Original WWII German PO8 Luger pistol take down tool. This is a blank example manufactured by Mauser. Excellent original condition with original bluing. $100
#GP117 K98k Rifle Front Sight Hood
Original WWII German K98k rifle front sight hood. Genuine wartime produced example, constructed of real German steal that passes the "squeeze test". It's becoming increasing difficult to find originals on the loose. $75

#EC146 MG.34/MG.42 Model 34/41 50-Round Belt
Original WWII German MG.34 and MG.42 Model 34/41 7.92x57mm Mauser 50-round belt. "cvo" marking indicate manufacture by Stocko Metallwarenfabriken OHG. In excellent lightly used working condition. $50

#GP103 Mauser HSc "Half Moon" Magazine
Original WWII German Mauser HSc "half moon" indent wartime magazine with original factory finishes Excellent lightly used condition. $100

#BP32 K98k Training Manual "Der Karabiner"
Original WWII German K98k training manual "Der Karabiner". The training manual covers the parts, maintenance, and techniques for effectively using the service rifle. Excellent condition given the age. Scarce K98k accessory. $200

#RG154 Weapons RG34 Cleaning Kit “cmr44”
Original WWII German RG34 cleaning kit for the K98k service rifle and other firearms, manufactured by "cmr" in 1944 and marked accordingly. The kit still contains an original chain, some cleaning brushes, and an unmarked oiler. $110
#RG153 RG34 Cleaning Kit 1936 “G Appl”
Original pre-WWII German RG34 cleaning kit for the K98k service rifle and other firearms, manufactured by G. Appel in 1936. The kit still contains an original chain (broken), some cleaning brushes, and a bakelite oiler that may be late-war or post-war. $85
#GP101 1937 "G. Appel" RG34 Cleaning Kit
Original pre-WWII German RG34 cleaning kit for the K98k service rifle and other firearms, manufactured by G. Appel in 1937. The kit still contains the original “M” chain, some cleaning brushes, and the oiler is likely the original G. Appel 1936 example from the factory. $75
#GP099 1936 "Mundlos" RG34 Cleaning Kit
Original pre-WWII German RG34 cleaning kit for the K98k service rifle and other firearms manufactured by Mundlos in 1936. The kit still contains the original “M” chain, some cleaning brushes, and the oiler is a G. Appel 1938 example. $75
#BP41 RG34 Cleaning Kit
Original WWII German RG34 cleaning kit for the K98k service rifle and other firearms. The cleaning kit features a waffenamt stamp with eagle over "WaA". The kit contains an original chain, cleaning brush, oiler, and small cleaning rags. $75
#G2291 RG34 “Reinigungskette” Cleaning Chain
Original WWII German RG34 “Reinigungskette” Cleaning Chain. Nice unmarked example. Background: The cleaning chain is comprised of a rotating head with patch loop and a pull though chain made of S-shaped steel links covered with aluminium or later steel barrels. The chain is approximately 107 cm long with approximately 65 links. It was used with all type of weapons in service with the Wehrmacht. Useful to complete an RG34 cleaning kit. $25
#G2292 RG34 “Reinigungskette” Cleaning Chain
Original WWII German RG34 “Reinigungskette” Cleaning Chain. Maker marked "cnx" with eagle over WaA20  waffenamt. Background: The cleaning chain is comprised of a rotating head with patch loop and a pull though chain made of S-shaped steel links covered with aluminium or later steel barrels. The chain is approximately 107 cm long with approximately 65 links. It was used with all type of weapons in service with the Wehrmacht. Useful to complete an RG34 cleaning kit. $25
#G2293 RG34 “Reinigungsbürste" and "Ölbürste” Cleaning Brushes
Original WWII German RG34 “Reinigungsbürste" and "Ölbürste” Cleaning Brushes. Nice unmarked examples. Background: The “Reinigungsbürste” cleaning brush is made with bristles from brass in the middle, and ordinary bristles at both ends. The “Ölbürste” or oiling brush is made with ordinary bristles only, and is a little wider. Useful parts to complete an RG34 cleaning kit. $20
#GP045 K98k Front Sight Hoods
Original K98k front sight hoods. Early post-WWII manufactured for East Germany in WWII fashion. Useful part for any K98k missing the front sight hood, including Russian capture examples that are often missing them. $20 / each

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#BP31 G/K43 ZF4 Sniper Scope 
Original WWII German G/K43 ZF4 sniper scope and mount manufactured by ddx (Walther). Features early blued square end mount with the early style locking lever. Excellent condition without flaw in just very lightly used condition. Scope serial number "67101" and lightly engraved on the cast mount serial number "34066". The mount also features the correct eagle over 359 inspection stamp (Walther). Initially sourced out of the USA and likely an American WWII veteran's souvenir. Untouched condition, never take apart, very clear optics and nice dials. Nicely marked, manufactured by ddx. Great working example to complete your G/K43 sniper collection. *Sold*

G/K43 ZF4 Sniper Scope Amber Lens
Original WWII German G/K43 ZF4 sniper scope amber lens. This little lens slides inside the rubber eye cup to give an amber tint for more effective viewing in certain lighting conditions such as low light. Mint condition, this lens came wrapped in fine tissue which may be original tissue from packaging at the factory. *Sold*
G/K43 ZF4 Sunshield
Original WWII German G/K43 sunshield in near perfect condition. Likely unused or unissued, originals are very tough to find with many fakes on the market. Perfect to complete your ZF4 scope or G/K43 sniper rig. *Sold*
#BP30 G/K43 ZF4 Sniper Scope Eye Cup
Original WWII German G/K43 sniper scope rubber eye cup. Excellent original, still fits onto a scope, great example of a scarce scope accessory. *Sold*
#BP29 G/K43 ZF4 Sniper Scope Plug Type Lens Cover
Original WWII German G/K43 ZF4 sniper scope plug type lens cover. Excellent condition without flaw in just very lightly used condition. Straps made of fine leather with leather end cap and wooden plug with correct snaps, screws, and other small fittings. Great example to complete your G/K43 sniper scope. *Sold*

#SA2 G/K43 Spare Parts Kit
Original WWII German G/K43 spare parts kit. All G/K43 were issued with these common replacement parts in the buttstock compartment. These are often missing parts of the firing pin, extension and extractor. This would nicely complete any g/k43 rifle and are almost never available on their own. *Sold*

#GP052 P08 Luger Takedown Tool, E/63
Original WWII German PO8 Luger pistol take down tool, marked with eagle over 63 produced in 1937-1939. Reference page 122 of Third Reich Lugers by Jan C. Still I believe this is the 'medium' size eagle over 63. Excellent original condition. *Sold*
#GP104 P38 e/359 Magazine
Original WWII German P38 e/359 wartime magazine with original factory blued finish. Excellent lightly used condition. *Sold*

#G2454 K98k Type 2 Muzzle Cover "an"
Original WWII German K98k rifle type 2 hinged muzzle cover. Maker marked "an" (Beutemuller & Co., GmbH, Metalwarenfabrik) with waffenamt eagle over WaA101. *Sold*

#RG198 Weapons RG34 Cleaning Kit “arr43”
Original WWII German RG34 cleaning kit for the K98k service rifle and other firearms. Interesting example featuring Braunschweig made tin supplied to G. Appel for filling, determined by the "arr43" maker code, and G. Appel WaA20 waffenamt. It's not easy to find subcontracted tins. The kit still contains its correct mid-war contents including the chain, cleaning brushes, takedown tool, and "eqt" marked oiler. *Sold*
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