German German WWII MG 34 Display Machine Gun - marked dot 1945
Original Item: Only One available! This is one of our original WWII issue MG34 display machine guns. It is coded along with multiple German wartime markings and has multiple waffen amts. It bears a clear serial number 4260b on the barrel jacket, along with dot 1945 for the Brno factory in Czechoslovakia. The top cover bears serial number 6364 on this very fine example of the most prolific German issued Light Machine gun of WW2.
Comprised of nearly entirely original WWII parts, this weapon has been rebuilt on an original WW2 re-welded de-milled receiver without internal parts that has been replaced with solid steel bar-stock. The receiver bears multiple waffen proofs as well as other markings.
The bipod included is of the early design, with a central height adjustment knob. It bears multiple waffen proofs, as well as the maker code dqc, for Eusen Ising, Bergneustadt/Rheinland, a metalworking business that manufactured parts for various small arms.
A fine display MG 34 LMGs and one the very last we have to offer just perfect for your collection.
Please note that there may be various post-war markings on this display gun, in addition to the German WW2 markings.
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