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    It appears no one has posted here for a while, but I will put up pics of my MP-43. It is full auto with mags and pouch. Bought this back in 1990 for $3700! It was a war trophy sent back from the battle of the bulge buy the uncle of the Sheriff I purchased it from. It has amnesty paperwork. Still has the instructions, spare parts bag and hand guard / gas plug tool in butt trap. The sling is a postwar piece I found at a show. It shoots very well. There were very few MP-43 marked guns made. There was also a concurrent weapon made designated MP43/1. Both had different muzzle characteristics. This Is an early all blued specimen.
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    Last edited by rick walter; 20th October 2016 at 05:19 PM.

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    Very Nice .......
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    Who knows...could be the very same one that we always see the Soldat carrying past the burning jeep in the famous BOTB footage.

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    Congrats Rick on a very fine MP-43! It's beautiful.

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    Yes very nice indeed!

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    WOW! A really nice rifle. Thanks for posting it.

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    Thank you for the kind words. I forgot to mention that I have had an adapter made and will now use my Silencerco 45 Octane Can to shoot this suppressed! The kurtz round is very similar to the .300 blackout. A couple of pics I forgot.
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    Nice indeed!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Great looking MP43 set up - where the mags and pouches brought back with the rifle - or acquired post-war - a great looking package regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick walter View Post
    Thank you for the kind words. I forgot to mention that I have had an adapter made and will now use my Silencerco 45 Octane Can to shoot this suppressed! The kurtz round is very similar to the .300 blackout. A couple of pics I forgot.
    If you could get a video of that, that would be awesome!

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