Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

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Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby McVickers » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:36 pm

Anyone wanting to sell any kit of sorts at The Gothic Line?

I shall be bringing along a few things for sale, including;
A German made 'Feuerhand' paraffin lamp, post war, but suitably period looking/aged patina.
British army vehicle fire extinguisher, similar to the ones found in some US jeeps, in fair condition.
Other bits and bobs I might dig out....

Anyone else going to bring stuff for sale?
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Deinhardt » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:40 pm

I'll be bringing along a marushin M1 carbine to sell if anyone fancies one!

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I'm also on the lookout for a decent german gas mask tin if anyone has one to bring :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Komrade » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:55 pm

I'll have the AGM STG44 for £200 on the day unless i sell it before as it's a lot less hassle than postage etc.

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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Ian » Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:44 pm

I'll have a post war german bread bag, a silver Luftwaffe belt buckle and a black Kar98 bayonet frog. Maybe a black P38 holster, if I have a brown one before the game or if someone wants to swap their brown one for my black one.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Gunman » Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:54 am

This is a great idea, ill chuck a 9x9 up and some tables.
Just make sure you label up with name and price.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Steiner » Tue Nov 06, 2012 3:49 pm

McVickers wrote:A German made 'Feuerhand' paraffin lamp, post war, but suitably period looking/aged patina.


*ears rotate catlike, indicating interest* :giggle:

How much, Rob?
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby bigkie » Tue Nov 06, 2012 5:28 pm

First off:
Got a never worn on anger spearhead tan and water jump smock £30 ovno.
and i am going to have a sort out later see what else i can get rid of. :(

edit: few more bits to go

WW2 related:
Pattern 37 brit large pack-£5
2xpairs of brit utility straps-£2 per pair
plus a few books:
Arnhem by Lloyd Clark -£2
Stalingrad by Rupert Matthews -£5
and the awesome Encyclopedia of WW2 weapons by Chris Bishop -£15

Other:
4x ACM type shotgun magazines -£1 each
AK47 faux wood front grip - £5
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby McVickers » Thu Nov 08, 2012 12:44 am

Steiner wrote:
McVickers wrote:A German made 'Feuerhand' paraffin lamp, post war, but suitably period looking/aged patina.


*ears rotate catlike, indicating interest* :giggle:

How much, Rob?


*shrugs shoulders* £6?
I'll make sure it's all working still first and replace the wick if it needs replacing.
The inside of the fuel tank looks like it was made only yesterday, the glass might be a newer replacement, but is still a Feuerhand glass ("made in W.Germany"), and it's finished in it's original murky grey (except where it wasn't originally painted or where the surface rust has made it a dark oxide red colour - which I'll try to clean off with some light oil)
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Steiner » Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:25 am

Thanks Rob - see you there on Saturday morning. :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby BedsnHerts » Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:06 pm

I have a Peadot tunic that someone can have for nothing if it fits them :D

Before anyone gets too excited, this damn thing is like Cinderella's glass slipper - it doesn't seem to fit ANYONE, which is a shame as it's a Richard Underwood one and rather nice. If you have a 34inch chest and short arms it might be right up your street though.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Deinhardt » Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:24 pm

BedsnHerts wrote:I have a Peadot tunic that someone can have for nothing if it fits them :D

Before anyone gets too excited, this damn thing is like Cinderella's glass slipper - it doesn't seem to fit ANYONE, which is a shame as it's a Richard Underwood one and rather nice. If you have a 34inch chest and short arms it might be right up your street though.


If possible can I call first dibs on this if it fits, im an oddly shaped gent and this sounds just the ticket :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby BedsnHerts » Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:38 pm

Give it a try. Just make sure your King Tiger doesn't turn into a pumpkin after midnight
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby McVickers » Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:58 pm

Oh, I've just remebered I'll also bring along a WW2 US duffle/kit bag, similar to the ones Epic sells (), but it's not a reproduction. It looks to be dated 1945. it's in pretty damn good condition. Anyone want it for a tenner?
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Hänschen klein » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:27 pm

OK I got this a little while ago as part of a deal but it is of no use to me as i am not going to do Russian. It is a DP28 `Prop` They are sold as part of Motorcycle combinations in Europe. Dadio our resident gunsmith had a look at it and assured me that it could easily be turned into an airsoft weapon. The whole thing is made of metal apart from the wood stock and we believe the magazine on top is a real one either wartime or post war etc. The receiver is hollow steel and the barrel is also hollow so just needs barrel and gearbox to be fitted then some looking into a magazine.

I am open to offers on this one as I have no idea what to charge or what it is worth to someone. If you want more info on the weapon see how much they originally costhttp://www.oldtimergarage.eu/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=23&products_id=1663

PM me for an offer.

I will be bringing it to the Gothic line if interested.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Deinhardt » Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:36 pm

Also will have two repro german e-tool carriers up for grabs for a beer a piece!
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