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  1. WW2 British SWIFT Royal Air Force Training Rifle

    We shoot balloons with an original WW2 British Royal Air Force Training Rifle - the original Call of Duty game!

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  2. Reichsbank Walther PPK - RFV Pistols from WW2

    Tom shows off a nice Reichsbank issued Walther PPK, and gives a little explanation on this RFV variation of pistol made during WWII.

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  3. How Do I Know If My PPK or PP is Commercial or Military? | WW2 Pre-1946 Walther Pistol Variations

    Tom explains the difference between commercially sold Walther PP and PPK pistols, and military issued PP and PPK pistols. A very helpful & educational video for those who want to learn more about these historic WW2 weapons.

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  4. RARE WW2 Johnson Rifle - WWII Assault Rifle USMC Issued

    Tom shows us a rare WW2 Johnson Model 1941 and compares that to the well-known M1 Garand and M1 Carbine... Used and issued mostly to the USMC, this rifle had a short shelf-life, with a unique design and interesting mechanics, the clunky magazine design was the a huge factor in the demise of this rifle.

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  5. WW2 1940 German Mauser K98 Rifle with Grenade Launcher, Range Finder, and More!

    Tom shows us a WW2 German Mauser K98 Rifle with all of the accessories, including a grenade launcher, range finder/sight, muzzle cover, action cover, and even wooden bullets! Super rare collection / grouping from WWII - you never see rifles like this!

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  6. Holster Mold on WWI & WWII Vintage Military Holsters: Solution

    We explain how to get rid of that pesky holster mold and help preserve your WW1 & WW2 Holsters!

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  7. WW2 Smith & Wesson Model 1940 WWII Light Rifle

    The model 1940 also known as the Smith& Wesson Light Rifle - a prototype used and dismissed by the US Military during WW2. Primarily for the USMC ! Check it out!

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  8. Civil War Butterfield Revolver - 1855

    Jesse Butterfield was the underdog in winning a contract for the U.S. military. In 1861 he won a contract for 2300 pistols to a New York regimen. Quite an accomplishment, given his competition was the likes of Colt and Remington. We think he signed a contract too big for his factory, or he ran out of money, because only 600 pistols ended up being produced. Still he had an impressive design, that we consider ahead of its' time. Check it out!

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  9. FAQ - Is my HSC Functioning Properly?

    Not sure if your Mauser HSc pistol is working properly? Tom answers your questions. We don't know everything, but never hesitate to reach out to us with questions on your WW2 firearms! We specialize in WWI & WWII pistols, rifles, and other various memorabilia.

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  10. SUPER RARE & BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVED KRIEGHOFF LUGER P.08

    Most people only hear stories of Lugers this beautiful. We're honored to share this presentation factory engraved Kreighoff Luger. A very scarce piece from WW2, this P.08 would have been presented to someone of high importance. We've seen a lot of engraved or inscribed lugers, but ONLY Krieghoff made FACTORY ENGRAVED Lugers. DWM, Erfurt, Simson, and Mauser all had their pistols engraved or inscribed after they left the factory. Only TEN (10) Lugers EVER were engraved. UNBELIEVABLE! Some of these engraved pistols are photoed and described in "The Krieghoff Parabellum".

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