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    Here's a couple of Dienstbuchlein's (Service book Lien) I picked up.

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    Does this count?

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    Another neat little item, Schärfe Zünder (Live Fuses). Don't know what year it's from or in what aspect it was used but it's neat.

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    Default Swiss M18/43 steel helmet & etool

    Swiss M18/43 steel combat helmet & Swiss etool w/ metal carrier with leather straps & belt loop.
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    My K31 and accessories.

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    I've got a Swiss 5 Franc silver coin dated 1937, one K31 with sling, one k31 bayonet and a stg bayo with frog. Funny thing there was a gun shop in Brooklyn NY years ago and he had literally 55 gallon drums of Swiss ammo pouches for something like $5 apeice.Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre-Richard View Post
    My K31 and accessories.

    Andre-Richard

    That is a great looking stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macgaryver View Post
    Andre-Richard

    That is a great looking stock.

    Gary
    the quality of Swiss rifles is amazing, they use the finest materials, they have always had a reputation for high quality.

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    Creepy people use invisible mode.

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    How did you get the 54R cases to fit?

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    LOL...good catch. It's a super rare Swiss Russian.

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    Here's my latest bit of Swiss Gear. 100% matching and not refurbished:


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    It is a "P" (privat) marked rifle, anno 1938, with walnut stock stamped with the SIG logo. For range work, I've scoped it in an EAW mount. I'ts very accurate and routinely groups 5 < .75 MOA with 168 SMK / N 140 / 45.0.




    BTW, that ZFK 55 looks like new ! I'd like to know how it shoots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abulg1972 View Post

    Thanks to you, and internet shopping, the wife now owns a pair of these, and I'm not talking about the helmet.

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    Last edited by Phantom Man; 04-05-2019 at 04:20 PM. Reason: poor quality

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    Default 1951

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    BOLO, Looks to be a photo of a Swiss soldier with a Swiss made version of a Suomi SMG. John

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    After seeing your treasures in the latest Sportsmans Guide Club member edition on page two they have for sale a "new Swiss Military Field Church" item #2049-703677 and if you are a buyers club member it will only cost you $1,529.99
    And for you Swiss Petromax lantern fans ,, not one but two lanterns,full spare parts kit,candles and matches, and a sturdy box to put this in cost item # 2049-81677 will run you just $152.99 if you are a buyers club member..
    Now whose going to be the first????. Beautiful collection of stuff. The ads are no joke if anyone is interested. 1-800-888-3006 Frank

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    Really nice gear and photos!

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    I know the P75's are actually German made but the little "SIG" mark, Swiss proofs and Swiss property mark really adds something:









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    Some really nice stuff here! All I have are a Swiss straight handled, and a Swiss folding head E-Tools with their leather carriers. The leather work is outstanding and in very good condition, as are the two E-Tools. John

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    BWilhelm. Is there a source for the holster you posted above with the P75? Thanks. John

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    I just saw some of these holsters at Edelweiss Arms, although very expensive at USD 125.

    https://edelweissarms.com/swiss-sig-...holster-green/

    BTW: I'm beginning to hate the Edelweiss website because they restrict it to US visitors. I will soon have to stop to include them in my market monitoring....
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    Sorta wish I hadn't looked at this one.
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    An'' ole' Brer' Rabbit...... he set in de bushes..... he watch an' he wait... lay low an' he don' say nuffin'.

    Latigo and Pierre

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    Quote Originally Posted by John A. Larsen View Post
    BWilhelm. Is there a source for the holster you posted above with the P75? Thanks. John

    As pointed out, Edelweiss Arms currently has holsters in both green and black. They are expensive but at least you can get one. They do show up on ebay from time to time much cheaper but it's rare you see one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swiss Products View Post
    Sorta wish I hadn't looked at this one.
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    Not a big deal. Just a personal thing. Great shots, btw..........

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    An'' ole' Brer' Rabbit...... he set in de bushes..... he watch an' he wait... lay low an' he don' say nuffin'.

    Latigo and Pierre

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    But..... I suppose I should contribute something anyway.

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    Latigo

    An'' ole' Brer' Rabbit...... he set in de bushes..... he watch an' he wait... lay low an' he don' say nuffin'.

    Latigo and Pierre

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    swisswaffen, Thanks! John

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    A few more Swiss Sweeties and some manuals both older and new. For some reason, you need to click on them to make them larger.







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    BTW: the P49 with number A1002xx should have one of the old type holsters. They have been issued until around number A100400.

    https://swisswaffen.com/pistole-49-s...brrb7q#P430100
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    Well I ordered one of the Green holsters from Edelweiss Arms and since I am in Washington State and they ship ground I had to wait about 10 days to get the holster. Box arrives, I tear it open and it is a LEFT handed holster. I email them and get a quick response and a mailing form, and I promptly return the holster, and they sent me a Right handed holster, this time by 2nd day air. So all ended well and they did very good customer service. John

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    Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
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    I smell a whopper.

    Quote Originally Posted by Explosive

    That's nothing.
    I bought five No4Mk1T's test fired only, all with walnut stocks in their transit chests and with the scope cans with matching scopes. $725 for all five rifles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post
    Where are those PE/STGW 57s? Here is my Osborne Brothers imported PE57.
    That's the one that got away for this collector. An American Match Target was a nice consolation prize though, just like the pictures sans scope and mount. :-) My only other thread-relevant items are a couple of the nice Swiss rifle cleaning kits offered here recently, forgive me I don't recall whose.

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    I have some gear, shovels and an ax and bayonets plus six new leather slings.While I love shooting my Swiss rifles they are no my focus. They just shoot so well I can not pass them by.



    I see some very nice weapons posted here.

    Thank you all for sharing

    Cheers

    Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
    George Carlin

    I smell a whopper.

    Quote Originally Posted by Explosive

    That's nothing.
    I bought five No4Mk1T's test fired only, all with walnut stocks in their transit chests and with the scope cans with matching scopes. $725 for all five rifles.

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    What is "invisible mode"?
    Collectors can't spend too much....only buy too early!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondragon View Post
    What is "invisible mode"?
    Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
    George Carlin

    I smell a whopper.

    Quote Originally Posted by Explosive

    That's nothing.
    I bought five No4Mk1T's test fired only, all with walnut stocks in their transit chests and with the scope cans with matching scopes. $725 for all five rifles.

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