A fine early example of the MG34 heavy tripod, all matching numbers and
nicely waffen amp stamped and dated 1939. Original pads on the front leg
it also has the spare bolt box on the left hand side.
A typically fine piece
of German over-engineering which made the 'gun team' confident in their
ability to engage and destroy the enemy.
2/ Anti-aircraft MG34
Lafette extention bar.
3/ Winter Triggers.
3a/ The MG34 /42 Winter
trigger clips onto the handle and the gun and a spilt pin acts as a spindle
for a roller which connects to the standard trigger, in other words you
squeeze the winter trigger with your cupped hand as opposed to using just
your index finger.
3b/ MP40 Winter trigger.
This trigger clips into the trigger housing of the MP40 and is locked
into place by a back plate thereby giving an external trigger beneath
the trigger guard housing, again this is for use when wearing heavy winter
mitts or gloves. I should imagine there were a lot of ND's when using
these triggers as you have an exposed trigger to snag on clothing and
3c/ Mauser 98 rifle
Winter triggers. This fits the 98 is the same way as the MP40 and is used
for the same reason.
As I have stated earlier, these Winter Triggers do not form any integeral part of a firearm. They are being offered for sale to UK only as a collecting curio. I do not want to be involved with any exportation of these items so PLEASE don't ask.
All post and packing is to be paid for by the buyer, this will be done at cost with additional insurance if the buyer does so request.
Thanks for looking, any questions or if you would like some information or additional photographs PLEASE ask.
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