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About BMWR12

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  • Birthday 07/11/1984

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    WW2 Reenacting,Vintage German Motorcycles
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  1. Are these for indoor and outdoor use?
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. I went to see a Pre war K98 that they had about a year ago. I bid what I thought was a good price for it. I did not win it and have no idea what it sold for but somebody overpaid for it.
  6. I don’t think either of them is worth the asking price if they are not matching.
  7. I was thinking about it for awhile but then I found a nice colt with a mismatched numbered slide for $350. So I am going to pass for now. I don’t know if anything I would have gotten would have been as nice or have original finish.
  8. Unfortunately this happens all the time on there. I report a lot of ads on there as scams because they are. I would not buy anything that you don’t do a ftf sale on or buy from a legit business.
  9. A Mitchell’s K98 is probably worth less than a mismatch K98 that was dragged behind a T34.
  10. Yes they are legal and they do make a drum mag that only holds 10 rounds. I have a M1 model that I would consider selling if you are interested. The M1 can not accept a drum mag.
  11. BMWR12

    Mauser HSc

    I have a near mint WW2 Commercial rig which is probably worth $1500 with 2 correct mags and a very rare Mauser ink stamped holster. It is not as desirable as some other WW2 pistols though. Any postwar model is probably not worth more than $500-700 currently. They are not really collectible but if it has all the accessories it might be worth more in the future. The only one really worth an investment is the early low grip screw model of WW2.
  12. A nice late war holster with strap included is a $400 minimum eBay item. I never cared about the Jap stuff until recently. It can be picked up for reasonable prices for the most part.
  13. About $1k for rig with extra mismatched mag.
  14. Should be good to go just no handguns in NY
  15. I was able to pick this up for what I would consider to be a very good price. The holster is a correct late war type with shoulder strap intact. The pistol is a matching May 1945 dated Japanese Type 14 with 1 matching mag. It unfortunately has the idiot mark on the left grip. Finding a 1945 dated pistol is not easy due to very low production numbers averaging about 1k a month.
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