Actual Items Pictured
Condition as shown
The only piece of the receiver included is the front 3" section with the cams and barrel jacket mount. The ejector plate rear rear tripod mount stud were stripped from the receiver and also included
Includes early pattern barrel carrier dated 1939 for MG34 with aluminum inserts. Sling and paint both look post war Yugo.
Early Pattern 34 ammo can with Weimar eagle
Original Markings on Barrel Jacket "dot" WaA63 Waffenw. Brünn Brünn (CZ) dated 1941Crossoff / Renumbered (likely yugo rearsenal)
Non-Matching wood stock assembly with small chip at top rear of stock
Crossoff / Renumbered (likely yugo rearsenal) Matching early pattern milled to cover
Non-Matching feed tray
Early pattern trigger pack with plugged rate adjuster and nice original bakelite grips. Right side has W26 (Mauser marking) on grip
BSW marked charging handle. Handle has slight bend but fits and functions in 34 receiver.
Nice condition "dot" bolt with small chip on head but should function fine.
Original Markings on Barrel Jacket WaA63 Waffenw. Brünn Brünn (CZ) dated 1943
Non-matching bakelite stock. The stock has a minor crack and some dings (see pics)
Early pattern barrel carrier for MG34 with aluminum inserts. Sling and paint both look original WW2 German. The sling mounts to the carrier frame are not present.
Scrubbed and renumbered German WW2 barrel. Very good condition.
Very good condition trigger pack with aluminum grips. The grip panels may be post war yugo.
Unnumbered feed tray. There's a ding on the left side but functions fine.
Early pattern 'milled' top cover with S/243 (Mauser) markings on feed block. The top cover was renumbered to match the barrel jacket.
The charging handle had been repaired at some point with the retention tab having been welded (see pics). There's also some wear on the contact stud and a slight bend in the handle. We inserted this handle into an original MG34 and it functioned fine.
Good condition bolt. There's a ring around the firing pin hole but not very deep (see pics)
Early pattern adjustable bipod with early non-reinforced legs. There are very few small markings on the bipod. The only clear amp in on one of the legs (see pics)
Very nice adjustable leg bipod
Excellent "dot 41" barrel - WaA stamps have been punched indicating a Czech or West German rearsenal