Original German WWII MG 34 Display Machine Gun - Marked ar, dated 1940
Original Item: Only One available. This is an original WWII issue MG34 display machine gun. It is coded along with multiple German wartime markings and has multiple waffen amts. The barrel jacket bears a clear serial number 092a, along with Waffenampt and maker code ar 40 for Mauser-Werke AG, Werk Borsigwalde, Berlin-Borsigwalde Eichborndamm 40. Also marked 877e on the top cover, with maker code 963 for Johannes Grossfuss, Doebeln/Sachsen and Waffenampt proofs. This his is a very fine example of the most prolific German issued Light Machine gun of WW2.
Comprised of 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. Receiver is marked 6193b
The original ventilated barrel jacket retains nearly all of the blue/black finish, and bears multiple German proof marks. Comes complete with early style adjustable bipod, and an original wood butt stock (marked 2708) in good condition. The bipod is marked kur 42 for Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG, Werk Graz, Fuhrhofsgasse 44, production 1942, complete with proof marks.
A fine display MG 34 LMGs and one the very last we have to offer just perfect for your collection.
Note: as these were in service post war, some components may display Yugoslav and/or Israeli stock markings in addition to German wartime markings.
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