WW2 DFB MG42 Back Metal

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WW2 DFB MG42 Back Metal

Post by Patsy57 » Tue May 28, 2019 11:00 pm

WW2 DFB MG42 Back metal $700
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Re: WW2 DFB MG42 Back Metal

Post by Countryboy77 » Wed May 29, 2019 12:10 pm

For what it's worth you have a better chance selling it with your 4 cut and upping the price. Nobody has mentioned it and somone correct if you think I'm wrong but I doubt there's many people Who will buy a WWII receiver only to slap a post war mg3 rear on it. If it was Yugo ,yes, many have done it using mg3 bushings as well,But WWII stuff is regarded differently. The ehs marking on the 4 cut is consistent with the ww2 rear with the exception of the double u shroud (I didn't check with receiver study to see if the date matches up). The rear is not quite long enough to use with shrouds missing the rear. You have a much better chance selling both all together to make 1 complete WWII receiver with overlapping pieces. Just trying to help.

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