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Dutchman, is that a working selector switch on that M14? You European guys are Lucky!!!

We would wish that for sure!!!
Here in Holland the rules on weapons are more "uptight" than at your side of the pond.
Only 5 weapons in total are allowed....no full auto's just semi's , and has to be "as is" when left the factory... selectorswitch wise.
Only older weapons with deactivated selectorswitch(before the law changed)no auotmode possible and autoparts out....are now days allowed. Somebody who owned one can't sell it to a private person, but only to ffl and ffl can only sell it when it is old stock....before that date.

bb guns are not allowed,the rest of europe no problem.... dutch gov is tight @#s sll the way.
Dutch nra KNSA has only 40.000 members and the boardmembers are all on the gov's lap and brownnossing the gov redtape folks all the way

btw my M1 is all correct jan 44 Inland and was hanging for more than 50 years in display case in one our army camps, all grey/greenish park,exept barrel. Had no wear on action before i shot it , for the first time TE was <1 MW <1 also, nearly unfired i guessed.
Shoots like a dream
Bought it 3 years ago for $356.00

Rob
 

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Marine, I don't know why you just filter out those lines. :shock:

The line "Dutchmen working selector switch" etc was a quote from a reply by regmtsgt. :thumbsup:
And I answer with a explanation about the Dutch situation regarding full autoparts and weapons. :(

The frace about 356 USD is that's the price of my in mint condition prestine M1 I bought a few years ago.... :thumbsup:

Hope this clears something :wink:

Groetjes Rob :D
 
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