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    my antique

    HI

    cz 45 pistol made in Czechoslovakia (1945)
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    nice do upload pics bro
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    my collection of 1940s (two guns only)

    cz 45 pistol made in Czechoslovakia (1945)
    and
    Beretta M 30/42 riffle made in Italy (1942)

    2nd hand but in good condition
    original mag is missing from riffle
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    The berreta looks very much similar to German
    Machinepistole 41 (MP41) with wooden butstock.


    Berreta M1938;

    (Picture taken from internet)


    German Mp41:

    (Picture taken from internet)

    nice vintage collection..........
    Last edited by D3AD!; 13-07-2015 at 05:14 PM.

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    yes indeed brother,both are from same era but German mp41 is bit heavier and has slow firing rate than Italian M38/42

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    Bro if its still working it will be a great plus. preserve it.
    these things are rare....

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    thanks bro.. you might help me how can i clean them specially riffle i mean externally (the wooden part)
    and the original mags were of 20,30 and 40 bullet capacity
    which would look better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SULTAN88 View Post
    thanks bro.. you might help me how can i clean them specially riffle i mean externally (the wooden part)
    and the original mags were of 20,30 and 40 bullet capacity
    which would look better?
    30-40 capacity mags will look great, avoid finishing and painting Metallic part by your self, many times paint clogs the moving parts of gun if done by novice or unproffessional which can result in malfunctioning, take service of some experianced gunsmith for this.
    Better take service from Daudsons if available in your area;

    To contact daudsons click on the link below;
    http://www.daudsons.org/index.php?link=9

    For restoring wood stock, i am sharing a link here with you (it is very detailed and well explained with pics from a knowledgeable senior member "jibz"). i cant explain better than that.

    Click on the link below: (check post number 320 and onwards)
    http://www.pakguns.com/showthread.ph...lection/page16
    Last edited by D3AD!; 14-07-2015 at 09:33 AM.

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    great Treasure man

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    Good collection bro . Dont try to restore it already in good condition the moment you will do some thing to your stock or any metal part you will lose the value of the weapon just try to take good care how it is normally done . Its same like old coins the moment you polish it you lose all the value .
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    vintage and rare weapons.
    “If frogs had side pockets, they'd carry hand guns.”
    Dan Rather

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    Beautiful old heritage , try your luck at kpk to find magzines. Best of luck

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