Buy up all the early 60's Golden State HK G3's.
They go for for high $ thousands now.
$500 correct. At least it has been in my 70 years...
500$ just a lazy mans way.
And the 590A1 Milsgun is the bomb. So there!
That 'transfer' may be your Pandoras box...
The old military trick with cans was to fire one round into the dirt, and put a piece of masking tape over the end.
Keeps the gases in,...
I'm glad I'm not buying for a 500 Nitro express......
Those make great 12ga flare launchers, too.
And don't forget Enfield rifling turns backwards.
All I can add is get it permitted in writing if possible now. In the future it won't be any easier...
Hopefully you weren't shooting steel-case ammo. Hard on extractors it be.
Back in the early 80's at the Pomona show (8 miles of tables!), I was walking in and saw a guy pulling lots of brand new boxed Uzi model "A" guns...
The Russki answer to the Thompson...
A nice trombone tribute...
This whole thing smells, and not just some 'ghost gun'.
Tombstone Tactical, a bit North off I-10 up I-17 in Phx.
Machinegun dealer J. Curtis Earl (remember him?) in Phoenix had an original Tommy in 9mm, reportedly one of one.
I saw it, sure had nice blueing....
Phoenix? Nah. Well, if you have a swamp cooler, then yes.
I've lived around there all my life and never needed a dehumid rod.
All the good ones are in our stashes...lol
You might try FAL Files marketplace, they do show up now & then.
I'd be concerned with the fire rating. Seems to more guns are lost via house fires than theft.
A 60-minute rating would protect the contents...
I have one of the first 590A1's out there, had it for almost 40 years.
Never has it failed to work perfectly, and it gets shot a lot in dry &...
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