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Broonhandle Mauser after WW1

csmconncsmconn Member Posts: 4 ✭✭
Are there any Broomhandles kicking around with non-matching serial numbers (Post WW1), or am I looking for the Pot 'o' Gold at the end of the Rainbow. If there are, where does ones start to look. Interested in a Shooter not a Collectable.


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    rufe-snowrufe-snow Member Posts: 18,650 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Your best bet for a relatively inexpensive, "shooter" BH. Is one of the Chinese imports from the 80's/90's time frame. Many were reworked and refinished because of being in poor condition, from Chinese warehouses.

    Since they aren't high priced collectors items. The prices would be less than original BH's. Another benny is a lot were converted to 9mm. Making them easier and cheaper to shoot. Just make sure that the bolt locking block is in good shape, prior to firing.
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