Monday, February 4, 2019

New Manufacture MP- 40 (semi-auto only). Classic Arms has a few in stock.





I just got this video attached to an email from Classic Arms.  I wanted to share it in case there are others out there who have been lusting after an MP-40 for most of their adult lives. This might be the only way to gratify that desire.

Firearms News has an advertisement from a company that makes fake folding stocks for this gun. It runs about 70 dollars, comes with a letter from BATF acknowledging that the stock is legal for the gun, and is easily attached to the weapon. Doesn't function, won't unfold, but who cares? It's just for the purist who's fixated on historical accuracy to the maximum extent possible.


6 comments:

  1. Yay! Just discovered you're back to blogging. Your comments and perspective were missed, though I understood why you needed a chance to rest and recharge. So glad it wasn't a permanent shutdown!

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    1. Chipmunk, I missed the conversations with my friends from the blog. I also missed a lot of information from other parts of the country that I got from people who read the blog. I'm going to try to enjoy it more, and not get so wrapped around the axle.
      Good to talk to you again!

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  2. Nice vid . I am giving the guns I have to family now. This makes me want to shoot one of those I have a tec 9 but the MP looks like fun

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    1. That's part of getting older. I have about 10 hunting rifles and shotguns (and one pistol) my favorite Aunt passed on to me years ago. I don't hunt, so I didn't have much use for them, but in my turn I'll pass them on to my son and daughter, so they will have the use of them should they need them.

      The MP 40 is just one of those things, like a 1957 Chevy Bel Air, where you see one and you just have to have one for yourself!

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  3. You are back!!!!!!!!!!!

    And I see, I'm not the only one, who didn't know!!!! -grin-

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    1. Yes, it got a bit lonely up here on the mountain without my internet friends. Some of the old hands are slowly drifting back, and I'm glad to hear from you.

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