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VALLUE OF JAPANEESE KREIGHOFF??

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by winmag, Mar 2, 2007.

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  1. winmag

    winmag TS Member

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    i have a K gun that was produced in japan during the kerean war. it is a side by side with a swasticker emblem imbeded on the recever on one side and a pair of what look like chop sticks on the other side. my smith says that its rare.

    its a 12 gage.

    Billy.
     
  2. Bawana

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    ????????????? I would also like to know more on that one. If it is a very rare gun you should keep it. I would also call the N America home office and ask for the historian and put the question to him.
     
  3. winmag

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    please mr horse trader, call up the north american office and ask. im stumped. may be the historian buff will know how mutch i should ask for it.

    thank you horse trader.

    Billy.
     
  4. Bawana

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    Try the web site above. The phone number is 610-847-5173.
     
  5. winmag

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    horse trader, thank you so mutch. do you also deal in jackasses? just wondering. k80 guy, that was meen spirited and out of line. i am begining to think that you are not a sports man.

    Billy.
     
  6. winmag

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    yes wentez, my smith says that hitler and the emperor were in kahootz at this time and wanted a field gun that was relible, yet reasonably prised for the german natsis that were off duty in japan. it shoulf fetch a fare prise.

    thank you wentez.
     
  7. tcr1146

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    Yep, I read that there were a lot of wide open spaces for upland game etc in Japan. It all makes sense to me! Tom Rhoads
     
  8. Bawana

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    I see Winmag Your a troll. Your sturring the pot and starting trouble. Hitler was not alive after 1945 and your saying he was alive in the 1950's. Your a troll looking for fun.
     
  9. winmag

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    mr. horse trader i am NO troll. there are a lot of people that think that hitler retired in japan after the war and hung out in sigon quiet a bit. you also mis spelt your...you ment you're with an a pos trophy.

    yours in sport and stuff like that.

    Billy
     
  10. thedemoguy

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    I'll make you a trade...

    I have a double barrel, semi-automatic 12ga pump skeet gun with trap stocks that was made in Germany by the Colt division of the Browning co.

    You'll have to add some money to the deal to make it work.

    Bill
     
  11. thedemoguy

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    Krieghoff was never made anywhere other then in Krieghoff Germany...
    It was funny for a while, but now you have some of these gun experts agreeing with you, so end it before they embarrassed themselves further.

    Bill
     
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