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    Default Found a couple of Czech ZH29 rifles at auction in Maine

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    Freedom is not free. Some will perish to preserve it for the many. Just as our Forefathers did before us, we must take up the battle and not waver. Victory is our only option.

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    James D. Julia Inc. auctions.
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    That would be the crowning jewel in my collection, if I could afford one!

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    Looks almost like a BAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbthntr64 View Post



    How many did you buy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loner42 View Post
    How many did you buy?
    None. I wish I had the fun money to buy one. They both went over 10k.


    Lot 288. *RARE AND EXOTIC BRNO (CZECH) MODEL Z 37 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE (Stern Collection.)
    Est: $7,500.00 - $11,000.00
    SOLD: $28,750.00



    Lot 289. *RARE BRNO MODEL ZH29 SEMI AUTO RIFLE (Stern Collection.)
    Est: $7,000.00 - $9,000.00
    SOLD: $16,675.00
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    HAY you came to Maine and did not knock on my door!!! what the heck??? LOL
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    I saw the list of sold items and the selling price and it was staggering.!!!!

    The Bruce Stern Collection had some truly amazing guns from the early history of automatic weapons, and hefty prices, 12.7 mil. world record for firearm auction.

    How about an early plain jane milled Ruskie AK, that's transferrable but has been de-activated for 43 GRAND ???

    Her's a link to it if you want to see some truly unique and amazing early class lll weapons....................

    http://juliaauctions.net/auctions/23....asp?pageREQ=1




    View 7 $43,125.00 **AK47 ASSAULT RIFLE. SN 6731K. Cal. 7.62X39mm. 16" bbl. Milled receiver variant complete with bayonet and scabbard. Laminated wooden foregrip, pistol grip, and stock. Stock has butt plate with trap door for included cleaning kit. Rifle includes faded green web sling. BATFE paperwork indicates TULA arsenal, Russia USSR as orig manufacturer. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Currently unserviceable. Although paperwork describes firearm as a transferable machine gun at some point it was rendered unserviceable by plugging the bore. Everything else appears to be functioning correctly and in orig condition. Select fire, fire control mechanism functions smoothly and correctly in all positions. Includes one slab sided, rear ribbed magazine. 4-34674 JZ56 (25,000-29,000)

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    Oh so that's what that is - saw some of those during my Rock Island Arsenal visit.
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    http://pookieweb.net


    The "original" Boltcutter Rivet Squeezers:
    http://pookieweb.net/AK/rivet/boltcutters/boltcutter.htm


    Project Pink - the Pink and Blue AK-74:
    http://pookieweb.net/pink/pink.htm

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