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    Default 1945 MG42 Dual Tone Pictures

    A Polish Facebook page I follow had pictures of this dual tone 1945 production MG42
    Figured some here would like to see them;









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    Thank you for posting these, I was unaware that there were dual tone MGs until about a week ago. Are there dual tone MG34s as well?

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    Late dot45 mg34s are phosphate. Hugh Brock had a mint phosphate swj mg42 at the sos last year too.


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    What a beauty! Talk about a "give a guy a boner gun".

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    Beautiful gun!! So was Brocks!

    These barrels could maybe be used to further disprove/persuade some that cyq remained cyq.
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    MG42 Porn. Nice!

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    Wow,that MG 42 looks unissued,unfired,there are no belt marks on the feed tray.Is it a Spreewerk.

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    I've looked at these photos three times since yesterday. The mix of phosphate and blue is beautiful.

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