Original WWII Danish Madsen Display Light Machine Gun in German 8mm
Original Item: BATF compliant non-firing Madsen Display LMG assembled onto re-welded non operational shortened receiver. Constructed of 95% original parts (a couple pins and minor parts maybe post war manufactured as is the carry handle), manufactured in Denmark and extensively used by Germany during WW2 after the invasion of Scandinavia.
Complete with a Russian DP bipod (a known wartime substitution), wood butt stock and detachable magazine our display gun still has an operational hammer and trigger assembly so weapon can be cocked using the charging lever and dry fired. In 8mm (German) this became a very reliable weapon for the Third Reich in WW2.
Intact magazine included where permissible, otherwise spring and follower are removed.
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Deactivated magazine will be sent if shipped to the following states due to high capacity magazine restrictions:
California - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Connecticut - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Hawaii - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Maryland - 20 round maximum for all magazines.
Massachusetts - 10 round maximum for all magazines
New Jersey - 15 round maximum for all magazines.
New York- 7 round maximum for all magazines.
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