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          Nazi  Mg34  Machine gun  dated 1943  full waffern Stamped


This is a very fine example of a early German MG-34 light machine gun as used throughout WWII by all German forces.


The MG34 was originally developed in 1934/35 by the Rheinmetall company with several thousand being manufactured by several factories throughout WWII.


They were an excellent and extremely reliable light/medium machine that featured all machined parts that were, in many cases, hand fitted with exacting tolerances.


They proved to be too costly and time consuming to produce and were eventually replaced by the later MG-42 which exhibited numerous war improvements such as the stamped and welded/riveted receiver. Although eventually replaced/supplemented by the MG42, the MG34 was used right up to the end of the war in 1945. 

This Mg34 was manufactured in 1943 by the Czech factory in BRNO code "dot". The barrel jacket is stamped "dot/43" on top along with serial number "4288" with the appropriate WaA63 Czech (BRNO) factory waffenamt proof marks.


The top of the rear of the receiver is also correctly serial numbered "4288" along with the appropriate "WaA63" Waffenamt proofs.  All numbers are common '4288' 

Bolt is common numbered to the gun and sympathetically deactivated

Total removal of Buffer assembly & Bolt

Easy removal of top cover and loading tray


This item can be Exported worldwide with the correct paperwork in place 

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