World Wide Arms.
Fully welded. This has to be the worst deactivation I have ever seen. The metally thing that slides about has been cut and replaced with EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM SECTION, presumably to make the cocking action seem to work. Why they didnt do it like Ryton did the PPS43 I dont know. You'll see from the photos the bit im reffering to which I have coloured with a felt pen. Believe me THAT IS AN IMPROVEMENT on seeing coated aluminium extruded box section. Its like putting in double glazing into a listed building. I would rather they left the original stuff inside and welded it all up.
Danish Madsen Model 1950 Submachine Gun. A high quality 9mm SMG with side folding stock and 32-shot magazine. An unusual safety feature is the push forward safety catch behind the magazine housing. These guns are in Mint Condition with all finish. DEACTIVATED to current specification with some moving parts. Complete with leather sling, spare magazine and plunger type loading tool.
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