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    Default MG42 reweld

    I think it came out pretty good , it damn well shoots good
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    Damn - looks great. 3 cut from "Dangerous" Dan ??


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    That's it Dan de Man ! thing was in beautiful shape
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    That's an assault sling mount you did up, right? How "permanent" is that? I opted against one of those simply because the mount looks like it isn't an easy thing to remove/replace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Jacket Firearms
    That's it Dan de Man ! thing was in beautiful shape
    Now, maybe you can do something about replacing that scruffy old Dude modeling it with a cute, attractive, young female type

    The MG-42 does add a bit of swaggard to your stance.

    The boys who try the next break-in sure are in for a surprise


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    Quote Originally Posted by hcpookie
    That's an assault sling mount you did up, right? How "permanent" is that? I opted against one of those simply because the mount looks like it isn't an easy thing to remove/replace.
    I got the mount from Tom on the MG42 site . It is perment , but it's also very authentic in the late war setting . Wood buttstocks arn't hard to find , well worth picking up an extra to mount it on . It's a helluvalot easier carrying it back to the range with it , I'll tell you that . I can't wait till the fall re-enacting season , already got a blank firing barrel and a 1000 blanks from P.Stout , my buddy has a Kubelwagon and we plan on redefining "drive-by's" for the boy's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illya Kuryakin
    Now, maybe you can do something about replacing that scruffy old Dude modeling it with a cute, attractive, young female type

    The MG-42 does add a bit of swaggard to your stance.

    The boys who try the next break-in sure are in for a surprise
    hehe , yeah , I keep a 50 rd'r in a drum on my MG3 on the tripod . When the brothers ask , I always tell them "That's for the s.o.b. that think's he's going to make it to the road
    Will Hayden, RedJacket Firearms
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