MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

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MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby DoctorCheney223 » Mon Oct 22, 2007 2:11 pm

Here is a pic of my little Princess on the M240 but the MG42 is definitely the front runner!! BTW, these are Post Samples so no worries 8)

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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby H_Waffenfabrik » Mon Oct 22, 2007 2:17 pm

Very nice photo......luv that Bren (got a kit on order).

Princess adds a nice touch ~ train 'em young 8)

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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby Bil » Mon Oct 22, 2007 2:28 pm

Where's the Mustang!? ---bil
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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby DoctorCheney223 » Mon Oct 22, 2007 2:51 pm

Bil wrote:Where's the Mustang!? ---bil



What mustang????

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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby longhorn109 » Thu Oct 25, 2007 8:48 am

Mind the paint!!! :shock:
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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby Bil » Thu Oct 25, 2007 1:49 pm

Ron-what an ir-responsible way to mount the 42! You need one of the mounts Jbaum was selling. The way you have it,the gunner would slide off when you hit the brakes!.BTW,a convertible works better-mount to the windshield header,and the gunner gets to sit in the back seat with the ammo! :D ---bil
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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby H_Waffenfabrik » Thu Oct 25, 2007 2:53 pm

FWIW - It'd sure be nice to have one Mg-42 each mounted on the fenders with a remote trigger setup on the dash.

Now that's the way to clear out traffic ahead of you !!! :mrgreen:

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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby DoctorCheney223 » Fri Oct 26, 2007 12:38 pm

Bil wrote:Ron-what an ir-responsible way to mount the 42! You need one of the mounts Jbaum was selling. The way you have it,the gunner would slide off when you hit the brakes!.BTW,a convertible works better-mount to the windshield header,and the gunner gets to sit in the back seat with the ammo! :D ---bil


:rool: :rool: :rool:

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Re: MG42 and M240, Bren and PKM

Postby tomcatshaas » Fri Oct 26, 2007 5:55 pm

H_Waffenfabrik wrote:FWIW - It'd sure be nice to have one Mg-42 each mounted on the fenders with a remote trigger setup on the dash.

Now that's the way to clear out traffic ahead of you !!! :mrgreen:



I think I would make the horn the trigger

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