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  1. Sterling L2A3 Mk 4 Updated

    Misc images of deactivated Sterling L3A2 Mk4.

    Pictures borrowed from: http://www.dandbmilitaria.com/ and http://www.deactivated-guns.co.uk

    Check them out if you need a deactivated Sterling (UK only).
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  2. Sterling L2A3 Mk 4 - User Handbook Updated

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  3. MGC Sterling Mk IV Updated

    The gun used as Stormtrooper blaster in ROTJ was a model gun replica of the Canadian C1 SMG, which was produced by the Japanese MGC (Model Gun Corporation).
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  4. Scopes Updated

    A comparison of different common scopes. Only the M38 and M19 were used in ANH and ESB however.
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  5. MG-34 Detailed dissassembly Updated

    Pictures borrowed from http://www.gunpics.net/german/mg34/mg34.html
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  6. T-Track comparison Updated

    Comparisson between Gino's fan made T-track and Marv/Sskynky's found part T-Track.

    Courtesy of usaeatt2.

    http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/26960-e-11-steel-pipe-build/page-7
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  7. SE-14R Updated

    The Rexim-Favor was a Spanish-made, Swiss-marketed, and allegedly French-designed submachine gun produced during the 1950s. Only about 5000 were made in total, as the gun failed to procure any significant military or police contracts. Mechanically, it was a pretty typical submachine gun, using a simple blowback mechanism chambered for 9mm Parabellum ammunition. It had a quick-detachable buttstock, and of some interest an easily removeable barrel as well. The barrel was secured by a large external nut which allowed quick removal for transport or changing of barrels. It also fired from a closed bolt, which is a bit atypical for guns of this type. That allowed better practical accuracy, but was also much more expensive to manufacture.
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  8. Lewis Gun aka the T-21 Updated

    Images kindly provided by Machine, TD-33751
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