Special and one-of-a-kind parts are listed here.
Reduced diameter booster cone
Useful part for a weak-cycling 8mm gun or 308 conversion.
The MG34 is a Short-Recoil operated gun. When the bullet reaches the muzzle, the recoil and excess propellant gases enter the booster area and...
Enlarged diameter booster cone for reduced cycling pressure.
Useful part to slow down an 8mm MG34. By having a larger diameter opening in the front (.450" - approx 11.5 mm) compared to a standard German WW2 booster cone, more pressure is released...
If the ejector is too long, the bolt will drag and jam in the receiver causing significant damage. The contact surface on the ejector to the plate must be filed or ground down at the same angle to ensure smooth operation. Cycling the gun...
Bolt Ejector Retaining Pin: new production copy of original item.
This stepped pin inserts through the top of the bolt to retain the ejector. It is typically necessary to replace this pin when replacing the ejector.
Original Extractor (with spring and plunger) in excellent condition.
This is the early pattern setup but fully compatible with all original MG34 bolts.
Bolt Extractor Spring: new production
A fresh extractor spring improves ejection performance.
Worn firing pin springs are a common problem on the MG34 bolt. If you're not hitting your primers as hard as you need to, here's your solution. Our new MG34 firing pin spring are made to the original spec and will set off all but the most stubborn...
Bolt Roller Spring Clip (the part that holds the rollers to the bolt / new production):
Includes new production/long ejector pin, 2 roller clips, and extractor spring
If the ejector is too long, the bolt will drag and jam in the receiver causing significant damage. The contact surface on the ejector to the plate must be...
Original Items: MG34 Firing Pin Trip Lever and Spring
(pin not included)
Original Item: MG34 Firing Pin - Yugoslav mfg.
with reproduction firing pin spring
Original Item: MG34 Firing Pin Tip and Tip Retaining Pin - Yugoslav mfg.
Copy of Original Mainspring
Pictured is a comparison between our new mainsprings and a worn original mainspring