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I have been asked by a mate to try and obtain a price for an M20 3.5 Inch Rocket Launcher or Bazooka as used in WW2 and Korea, ultimately this will be for sale when I get some pictures sent through, has anyone any idea and it is am early de-ac with certificate.

 

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Paid £120 for mine & most I've seen have been about that price... there's no such thing as early or late spec deacs for launchers... there are to the same standard irrelevant of the date of deactivation...

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See this is what I am looking for, experience and knowledge thank you very much.

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Designed in 1944 but never went into full production until after the war...

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Thats right. Often described as WW2, but was the post war replacement for the 2.36. Hundreds came into the country and were deactivated about 20 years ago. They were sold for about £65 each at that time because there were so many of them.

 

They are very interesting if you collect post war de-acs but totally wrong for a WW2 re-enactor.

 

Tim (too)

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Thank you that is interesting, I will be putting it up for sale tomorrow for the chap concerned when I get the picture, also he will be selling an M16 that has been converted at some time to fire .22 when it was with the TA but now de-ac again, both come with certificates.

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They are very interesting if you collect post war de-acs but totally wrong for a WW2 re-enactor.

 

Tim (too)

 

Yea but you still see plenty of them with the M20 :nono:

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an M16 that has been converted at some time to fire .22 when it was with the TA but now de-ac again, both come with certificates.

 

A .22 M16 with the TA... that don't sound right:confused: sure it's not just a .22 Armi Jager M16? if you have a firearms cert you can pick these up live for about £120.00

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A .22 M16 with the TA... that don't sound right:confused: sure it's not just a .22 Armi Jager M16? if you have a firearms cert you can pick these up live for about £120.00

 

 

Thats the one Lee an Armi Jager 120 eh! he was hoping then with the price he wanted,ooooH! wait till I tell him :n00b:

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Thats the one Lee an Armi Jager 120 eh! he was hoping then with the price he wanted,ooooH! wait till I tell him :n00b:

 

Deac ones do go for a little bit more... about £160.00 if it was an Armi Jager 8mm Blank Firer you would be looking at £500+ ... I'm looking for mags for my BF if anyone has any.. .22 or 8mm

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Cheers Lee one more question he has an SLR bayonet with scabbard and an SA80 bayonet, any ideas on the price of these please.

 

regards

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just watched the film "The eagle has landed". lots of m20's in there. So, i would say that as long as you are re-enacting that film, then the carrying of an M20 is quite correct. Maybe also Battle of the Bulge.

 

Tim (too)

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Cheers Lee one more question he has an SLR bayonet with scabbard and an SA80 bayonet, any ideas on the price of these please.

 

regards

 

FWIW - they were knocking out new SLR bayonets in the scabbard still wrapped in preservative paper for £5 at W&P....

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