This 1859 Sharps Military Rifle was seen as an upgrade from the musket and used by both Union and Confederate troops. This non firing replicas features a genuine hardwood stock and metal parts. Many of the parts function on this extremely realistic replica.
This is a non firing replica of the 19th century cavalry style 1873 .45 Caliber Revolver with an antique grey finish. Comes with features like the ability to cock the gun, spin the chamber and pull the trigger.
One of the most recognizable firearms of World War II, made famous by the Airborne Troops of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. Perfect for collectors and re-enactors, it is made of metal and wood and the bolt cocks and trigger works. This commercial model has a vertical fore grip and dummy 50 round Magazine.
This high quality Thompson reproduction looks and feels like the real McCoy. Perfect for collectors and re-enactors, it is made of metal and wood and the bolt cocks and trigger works. Original mags don’t fit and the butt stock does not detach. This military model has a horizontal fore end and dummy 20 round Magazine.
This non-firing replica of the WWII 1941 Paratrooper Carbine was the first incarnation from the M1 carbine. It has genuine wood stock and full metal parts like the originals. The bolt and trigger function and the dummy mag is detachable.
Our all metal of the German MP-40 machine pistol (except for the plastic grips and sides) is a full-size replica. The stock folds, the bolt can be cocked; the trigger works and the dummy magazine can be removed.
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