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About BMWR12

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  1. They are a Destructive device. Your best bet is a Boys rifle converted to .50BMG
  2. It needs a whole stock set. They cut the bayonet lug off it too. Definitely a real jingle carbine though.
  3. The stocks are not interchangeable with other models. Complete Stock sets do come up for sale on eBay from time to time but they can be expensive. I have been looking for a better color match for my hand guard for years but have not been successful. This place has original butt stocks. https://www.apexgunparts.com/rifles/bolt-action/lee-enfield/enfield-5-mki.html
  4. If that does not work out I have a duplicate 1936 S/42 Luger matching except magazine I could part with for the right price.
  5. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/880426295 it is in NJ
  6. It looks like a Mauser produced 42 code 1940 pistol. All of the parts that should be numbered will have the last 2 digits the serial number with the exception of the barrel and frame.The mag is probably the culprit of it not working correctly. These pistol were built like a Swiss watch,replacement parts need to be hand fitted to ensure proper functionality . As for value this pistol would be the same value as a Russian capture pistol if the barrel was changed.
  7. Found what I need. Thanks to those who offered to help.
  8. Thanks for the offer but I need the full lift table. Need to reinstall the motor and reinstall all of the parts.
  9. That is a 2hr drive for me but I’ll keep it in mind for when I am ready. Thanks
  10. I know it is a long shot but does anyone have one of those harbor freight motorcycle lift tables they want to rent me or sell. Would rather not pay $300 for one that I will use once or twice.
  11. It has to be sent to a licensed importer. Probably not worth the hassle unless it is something extremely rare or valuable.
  12. The front end has definitely been cut off. It might be worth a few bucks to the guy who fixes duffel cuts if he can get what he needs out of it. I can give you his info if you want it.
  13. Is the front end cut off? If so probably not worth much but is useful as a scrap piece to the person who fixes duffle cut stocks.
  14. It depends on what it is. Some of the late stuff is worth some decent money. If it is a late war stock that is not cleaned or sanded it could be worth up to $500 or more. If it is just a regular stock $100-200 depending on what is included. If you put up some pics I could give you a better idea. Top rifle Dou 44 has a mid-war to late-war stock Bottom rifle is Byf 45 late war full Kriegsmodell stock If it has no bayonet lug or take down disk it would be a semi-Kriegsmodell If it has a flat buttplate it would be early war.
  15. I don’t think either of them is worth the asking price if they are not matching.
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