The Breda 37 was adopted in 1937 by the Royal Italian Army. It's a gas-operated, air-cooled Italian heavy machine gun produced by Breda Meccanica Bresciana from 1937–43. The Breda used a larger cartridge than its rivals, the 8mmx59RB. It was the standard machine gun for the Royal Italian Army during World War II, and continued to be used by the Italian Army after the conflict.
These guns were captured by the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) in 1989 and imported into the U.S. in the 1990s.
Mle 1914 Hotchkiss – Standard issue machine gun of the French in WWI. Gas chambered to accommodate the 8MM Lebel Cartridge. Original drilled barrel. No tripod
ALL parts kits are de-milled to BATFE specs.
Kit does NOT include receiver. Intended for purposes of collection, repair or replacement parts only.
*All NFA Rules Apply*
Not offered for at least 15 years with original pre-banned barrel, we have uncovered a limited supply
of G1 FALs in excellent mechanical condition. Barrels gage at 1 or below. The gun does reflect signs of use without detracting from its character and value. It has an attached bi-pod, front and rear sights, metal hand guards, pistol grip and original wood stock.
The G1 FAL featured a pressed metal hand guard identical to the ones used on the Austrian Stg. 58, as well as the Dutch and Greek FALs, this being slightly slimmer than the standard wood or plastic hand guards, and featuring horizontal lines running almost their entire length. G1s were also fitted with a unique removable flash hider that is secured by a lug on the barrel, this lug is distinctive only to the original G1 barrels.
These AK 74 Bulgarian kits are in excellent condition. An authentic AK 74 with original plum finish and an original pre banned barrel. They also come with a highly desirable 30 round Russian Mag (shipped where legal). Limited supply.
AK 74’s were developed in the early 70’s in Russia as the replacement for the refined version of the AKM (a refined version of the AK 47). It uses the smaller 5.45x39mm cartridge. First seen service with Soviet Services in Afghanistan, it continues to be used in the majority of former USSR countries along with others around the world.
PKM-Romanian Gun Kit (Pulemyot Kalashnikova Modernizirovany) If you are looking at this one, you know what they are.
Originally built in the Soviet Union in 1969. This is a Romanian version with an original pre banned uncut barrel. No receiver. This is a 7.62x54R with an original tripod. Included is a Goryunov SG-43 can with 4, 50 round belts, shipped where legal. We only have a few of these. Call to discuss.
If you have never shot one of these you are for a treat. I recently put one of these together and it is quickly becoming my favorite. These come with a new chrome lined barrel with site block and flash suppressor installed. We have done all the work.
Includes an original 20 round mag (where legal). Good condition. Wood shows use and character.
Desirable underfolder Polish AK 47. Save the hassle of having to assemble a remanufactured barrel and have originality to boot with the pre banned barrel.
Nice kit with bayonet, 30 round mag (where legal) and pouch. Very good to excellent condition.
Mfg in Czechoslovakia.
32acp very famous machine pistol with vertical folding stock. Wood pistol grip, 750 round cyclical rate, no receiver.
Original pre-banned barrel
Where legal, this kit comes with a 10 round mag and (2) 20 round mags.
The RPD was developed in 1944 in the Soviet Union and used extensively in the VietNam War.
Mfg in Czechoslovakia.
Used as heavy belt feed machine gun. 7.92×57 (8MM Mauser) Cut receiver. Original pre-banned barrel. Includes Tripod, Feed Belt where legal and Belt Loader, and Ammo Box.
7.92×57 (8MM Mauser) Original Barrel.