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Looking for WWII Milsurp

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Dionysusigma, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Dionysusigma

    Dionysusigma Senior Member

    Mar 27, 2003
    Okay City
    Does anybody know of a place where an Average Joe like myself can purchase semi-automatic versions of the BAR, Sten Gun, MP40, Thompson, etc...? Are there even any in production? What kind of prices am I looking at? Thanks in advance for any help....
  2. KC

    KC Member

    May 22, 2003
    http://www.ohioordnanceworks.com/ has BARs and various iterations of semi-auto Browing .30's

    http://www.auto-ordnance.com/ has tommy guns

    as far as semi Stens, MP40's etc., to the best of my knowledge, nobody currently makes one. http://www.philaord.com/index.html has receiver castings if you want to roll your own for most of the above.
    Stens are not the most difficult of machines to fabricate; getting one BATFE approved though...plans and tube templates are widely available on the net, but I don't know how reliable any of them are.

    Anyone else?
  3. Triad

    Triad Active Member

    Dec 25, 2002
    Valkyrie Arms makes a copy of the M3 for $750. They also have a copy of the Browning 1919A4 for $2,850 and a copy of the DeLisle carbine for $1,450 without the NFA hassle for a suppressor.

    Ohio Ordnance Works makes a copy of the 1918A3 BAR for 2,850 with a Bakelite stock.

    Auto Ordnance makes several versions of the Thompson with prices starting at $935.

    Semi Auto Sten has a kit that you can use to build a semi auto Sten out of a parts kit, or you can buy a completed rifle. I'm not sure how much all that runs, but I think the parts kit and conversion will be leess than $500.

    Special Weapons LLC was supposed to be making a MP40, but I haven't heard anything about it. I don't know if they're making it, or how much it will cost because I can't bring their site up.

    Any other specific models you're interested in?

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