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Brunn II Magazine Assemblies

Aaron

Senior Member
I have some questions regarding dou.45's and the mag assemblies.

1. On page 291, the shown tg's and fp's do not appear to correlate like I thought before, notice the two farthest right pictures have a milled FPP on top, and the bottom right has a stamped FP. However, the other profiles appear to match? I'm not sure if this is showing correlating assemblies or not.

2. On page 304, there are 4 dou45's that I would like to know the FP and TG combos for to get an idea of what to put on my dou.45 I am restoring. my SN is 7683 no letter, so the first 2 in particular would be nice.

3. Rifles I was able to find on the forum:

dou.45 NLB:
TG: svw e/135, stamped, phosphate.
FP : unmarked, milled, phosphate

A block:
TG: qnw, stamped, blued
FP: qnw, stamped, blued

A block:
TG: qnw, stamped, blued
FP: qnw, stamped, blued

C block:
TG: svw e/135, stamped, phosphate?
FP: unmarked, stamped, phosphate?

C Block:
TG: svw e/135, stamped, phosphate
FP: byf marked, stamped, phosphate

4. Pictures of my dou.45 attached. I originally thought that with the barrel (needs to be replaced, have a late e/135 marked barrel, a dou would be nice) and receiver markings, that this rifle was wartime production. However, the serial on the right side makes we question that. However, I cannot find anything in the books or online that is similar to mine. I have never seen a serial with a letter embedded in it, any clue what this is?

Thanks in advance guys.
 

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Aaron

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mrfarb

No War Eagles For You!
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The number in the right side is a Yugo rework number applied postwar, that’s why you can’t find anything here.

As to trigger guard Assy, any combination shown would probably ok. But, best to find a matching rifle close in serial to yours and duplicate the setup. I have sn 7503 and it has qnw/qnw, and I know it’s original. I’d copy that myself.

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Aaron

Senior Member
The number in the right side is a Yugo rework number applied postwar, that’s why you can’t find anything here.

As to trigger guard Assy, any combination shown would probably ok. But, best to find a matching rifle close in serial to yours and duplicate the setup. I have sn 7503 and it has qnw/qnw, and I know it’s original. I’d copy that myself.



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I see! I was looking at postwar Czechs the whole time, never knew the Yugos put postwar numbers on the side like that, I am only familiar with the ones with the crests put on them. In regards to looking for and duplicating the setup, that is what I was hoping to do with the two no letter blocks from the book because they are so close. They don't have breakdown tables and as far as my search went, they were not posted to the forum until now that I saw the one you have!
Thanks for the help!
 
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mrfarb

No War Eagles For You!
Staff member
On second consideration, that number may be postwar Czech. I am going off memory here. Either way it’s not ww2 related. Attached is the only pic I have of the trigger guard setup from the other dou45 from that page.

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Aaron

Senior Member
On second consideration, that number may be postwar Czech. I am going off memory here. Either way it’s not ww2 related. Attached is the only pic I have of the trigger guard setup from the other dou45 from that page.

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Thanks for sharing 7408! Originally I was going to trade away the Oberndorf KM assembly that came with it to try and get a dou. style assembly, but I suppose parting one together from anyone who has parts won't matter seeing the rifle is going to be a postwar mixmaster when finished.
 

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Aaron

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Hate to make you dig them out again MrFarb, but do you know what type of followers those both have?
 

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