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    Default The Mp38/40 Thread

    Some pics of mine . Show yours!!!
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    Very nice sold mine years ago and have regretted it ever since / now the price!!!!!!!!
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    Hi is the prices on them high in the us?

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    They are expensive here in the US. I've seen matching C&R MP40's start around $14,000 and go up from there depending on condition.

    Mine isn't a C&R gun but it sure is a nice shooter!!
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    HI your mp 40 looks good ,what about mp38 like mine , with old style bolt. Do you know the prices on them?
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    There was an MP38 that sold recently at Julia Auctions for $26,450. They are expensive!!

    What do they go for in Europe?
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    Mp38 costs about 2000-2500 $ here in europe.

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    Here is mine. I paid $16K for it 2 years ago and absolutely love it. It is all matching down to the bolt and firing pin. I only shoot factory ammo.I do have an MP-38 bolt and firing pin that I use to shoot with . I like it better than the MP-40 with the safety. It even came with a 1943 dated sling !! Take Care, BAZ
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    Prices vary widely. Guns with repro receiver tubes go cheaper than originals, and all-matched originals are highest. Looks to me like prices can vary from $10,000 to $25,000, depending on a lot of things.

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    This one is mine, a BNZ 41 with original hook style bolt handle, price $18,500 over a year ago. Flawless operation with live ammo or blanks!





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