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Time Periods => WWII => WWII Vendors => Topic started by: mrarms on February 21, 2008, 06:57:04 PM
HEADS UP DON'T MISS THIS
Introducing the first news release on a new product for the WWII reenactors.
The MP 44 is being offered as a "NON-GUN" and is designed to fire 9mm PAK blanks. This rifle will be capable of firing both Semi-Auto, .... as well as Full Auto.******************************************, well maybe not that many at once.
It is made of metal with a laminated wooden stock. This rifle has all of the markings and acceptance stamps in the same size as the original did.
This is the finest model of the MP 44 in existence today.
Now you can have the firepower of the German Elite troops, no more K-98 shots one at a time.
This NON-GUN can not be converted to fire live ammunition.
We guarantee that you can't tell the difference between this one and the original issue MP 44.
Please contact us here to discuss the price and purchase program for this rifle
Okay.... so where are these wunder weapons and where can they be purchased? Danke. :-\
they haven't been approved by the ATF or they've been denied. i've heard rumors of both.
Thanks for the info. Still kicking myself, could've bought a real one fifteen years ago off a guy for $3,000. He had an MP44 and an MP40 for the same price. I bought the MP40 because I thought I could use it more. Do'h! Sold the MP40 about a year ago because I hardly ever used it anyway and was offered crazy money for it. Oh well, maybe someday I'll get a second chance. 8)
I thought it was approved and was going to ship this month. I guess that's not to be. It doesn't matter anyway since I just got an MP40 BFONG from ssroom. My guess is the MP44 will at least be $4,000.
Well if it was approved then the seller needs to keep updating the thread to let people know for sure what is going on. An MP40 that fires blanks or an STG 44? Not that hard to figure out for sure.
these guys are the ones who were to import them. they got the mp38's in but there's no mention, or advertisement of the stg44.