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Wapens Amerika

WWII collection: Garand, carbine, Winchester Model and Thompson submachine gun. The Springfield 1903 was a heavily used sniper rifle at the time and is noticeably missing from this collection in my opinion.

The most badass sniper in history…

The most badass sniper in history…

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Benjamin Discovery Dual Fuel Air Rifle .22 PCP 900fps- Pump Included

Benjamin 392, .22 cal

This airgun is the stuff legends are made

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CAVEAT: This is merely a non-gun replica of a Luger Parabellum pistol, not a genuine, vintage firearm.

Benjamin Marauder Air Pistol , I wish they'd market these in the UK.

The Benjamin Marauder air pistol is a result of the successful Benjamin Marauder and Discovery air rifles. A similar air gun platform adopte

The ČZ Model 25 (properly, the Sa 25 or Samopal vz. 48 “Samopal vzor 48, "Submachine gun of model year 1948") was perhaps the best known of a series of four very similar Czechoslovak-designed weapons introduced in 1948: the Sa 23, Sa 24, Sa 25, and Sa 26. The primary designer was Jaroslav Holeček (1923–1977), chief engineer of the Česká Zbrojovka Strakonice arms factory.

The ČZ Model 25 (properly, the Sa 25 or Samopal vz. 48 “Samopal vzor 48, "Submachine gun of model year 1948") was perhaps the best known of a series of four very similar Czechoslovak-designed weapons introduced in 1948: the Sa 23, Sa 24, Sa 25, and Sa 26. The primary designer was Jaroslav Holeček (1923–1977), chief engineer of the Česká Zbrojovka Strakonice arms factory.