These guys remake MG42s and MG34s. Many of the vids there show a MG42 ROF of at least 1000RPM. Vid quality isn't that great but it's great to see and hear them in action.
Only $1500, what are you waiting for? ;)
Cambo those people are all fat rednecks that are obsessed with guns
I could say gamers are all fat geeks obsessed with computers... But that would make me as shallowly self-righteous as you.
TanelornI could say gamers are all fat geeks obsessed with computers... But that would make me as shallowly self-righteous as you.
But you don't have fat geek gamers on tape, or have you? Those rednecks didn't even spell Suomi m31 right, how could they miss that when it even is the name of a country?! But ok, those particular rednecks may be a little bit overweight, but I will forgive the misspelling as they at least have a tape of that gun. :)
Aren't we all a buncha red-necks anyways? I mean,we play with simulated weapons,and possibly paintball.You can't really say someone is a redneck,except them damn southern rebels :p.
Those rednecks didn't even spell Suomi m31 right,
Yes because if you can't spell that then your a freakin' moron! :rolleyes:
ManiK_ImpressiveYes because if you can't spell that then your a freakin' moron! :rolleyes:
Agreed. :nodding: But redneck doesn't mean the same as moron... And if you are overweight it's your own problem, quite big a problem, but your own, and it doesn't make you a moron. I only mentioned the word fat because somebody said that about fat geeks. Do you have somekind of problem with your attitude towards rednecks? :naughty:
no that was sarcasm
I'm pretty sure a working MG42 cost a tad bit more then $1,500. A nice non-firing one usaully runs around $800. I know a guy who has an MG34 in not-too-great of shape and it's selling for $650. All original including the reciever which is cut, therefor making it no longer active, unless you get a new reciever.
I'm betting they're semi auto configurations. Doesn't say so on the sight but pick up any shotgun news and that's what they ballpark in at. I've got a 1919 kit and I hope to build it later this year