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Mister Ridge

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  • Aug 15, 2011
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    Had I the money, I do not believe I would be bidding on anything. I would, however, very much like to see some of these items in person.
     

    George Az

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    Nice stuff and museum quality. I don't "want" any of it. Now, powerball winner, Oh I would like a real 45-70 or similar Gattling gun, oh and a M-40 and a Winchester 52, and a 40X and an M 40 A1 and thats it.
     

    Rebel

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    Dec 12, 2013
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    I bet all of those will shoot half moa... If you do your part....
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    sandwarrior

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    I don't think even winning a $100M+ powerball that I wouldn't be in the poorhouse within two years finding places for all the guns I would then "have" to own;):D;) I think totally tuned up Mauser chambered in 6.5x47 or 6mmx47 would be my first.
     

    D_TROS

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  • Aug 19, 2010
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    Nothing "Exceedingly Rare" but in this order

    1919A4 (Very favorite of all the classics)
    COLT M16A1
    MP40
    BAR
    COLT MODEL 1921A THOMPSON SUB MACHINE GUN

    Maybe an MG42...and Maxim...lol

    Figure 6/7 is enough. ha.

    DT
     

    Badgerord

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    The most rare rifles are the:

    Pederson PA self loader.

    The Springfield Pederson S/N #3!... #3 for God sake!

    The Mondragon, weird interesting rifle.

    The original AR-10.

    There are a couple of late war 98 Mauser's that don't suck ;)

    There a lot of guns there which don't move me but there's not a one of them I wouldn't own!
     

    Ledzep

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  • Jun 9, 2009
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    Things that stood out to me,

    Mg34
    Lewis gun
    MP44
    MP40
    Mauser "broomhandle"
    30-40 Gatling gun
    Artillery Luger
    T-Gewehr
    K98 SSR
    G41
    1841 6 pounder
     

    LRRPF52

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    Mar 13, 2012
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    I also noticed:

    Pedersen Rifle #3 GX
    Armalite AR10
    Swedish 6.5x55 BAR's
    MP-44's
    SIMONOV AVS-36
    Rare Stoner 63 on the registry (this would have to be the one if I had to pick)
    Mauser Sniper built for the SS with Hensoldt Scope


    You would need to be shadow government filthy rich to afford that collection.
     
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    samnev

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  • Mar 16, 2010
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    I also noticed:

    Pedersen Rifle #3 GX
    Armalite AR10
    Swedish 6.5x55 BAR's
    MP-44's
    SIMONOV AVS-36
    Rare Stoner 63 on the registry (this would have to be the one if I had to pick)
    Mauser Sniper built for the SS with Hensoldt Scope


    You would need to be shadow government filthy rich to afford that collection.

    The siminov AVS 36 sold for a very low price IIRC a little over 19K which surprised me. The Pedersen also sold at a price that was a suppress to me, a little over 12K. There were also many other very low price sales like the French 24/29 LMG iirc 8K and a Vickers side plate for 10K.