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    Here's some hard to find photos of the G41 (W) taken during wartime. Please share your related pictures regarding this weapon series for reference!

















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    Default Wartime Photos of the G41(W)

    Photos of the G41 (M) taken during wartime. Please share your related pictures regarding this weapon series for reference!
























    Now these GI's have the start of a great collection including a G41(W) and an MP43/1. What do you figure this grouping is worth today?
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    That's very good stuff Gerg, tks. Pic stickied. Probably should stick these as well here.

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    Few more pics ...
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    From an old book.
    A lot of rifles properly stacked, at least one G.41 visible. Note also the MP.44 at left !
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    Italian troops with G41's.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dot View Post
    From an old book.
    A lot of rifles properly stacked, at least one G.41 visible. Note also the MP.44 at left !
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    Wow nice pics gents--Did allies practiced stacking rifles like Germans!

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    Great pics -


    Not easy to find pics of the G41(m)'s in action.

    Pic of the two camoflaged soldiers brings back memories of being told off, when failing to apply the neck and hands with camo paint - anyone else have those pleasant memories?
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    Found another one
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    Here's one more.....


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