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Anyone have nice pictures of a Nambu with its shoulder stock?

I have an old Mauser C98 Broomie red-9, and they had them too.
So Im interested in what the Nambu had.

Thanks in advance:p
 

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There has been a couple sold over the past year at the major auction sites, maybe someone kept a photo or two. Adogs, with those two you could buy that house you been wanting. Of course there are those in JMCH 1893-1945 by Derby and Brown.
 

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Very nice pistols and stocks, thanks for the pic.

So...

What are they worth, generally speaking?

I have also a P09 Luger my father gave me (WW2 liberated trophy) that I still shoot and enjoy. It could sport a wooden shoulder stock too.

It makes me wonder if shoulder stocks were a fad of the time (early 1900s) or if gun developers copied ideas from each other for marketing and functionality reasons.


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You guys are kidding with the 1969 join date, right? Gore hadnt even invented the INet yet! ;)
Gee-wiz, I was still plinking with my BB-gun and you guys already were collecting military arms?!?!
Commie-forn-ia. Now thats funny. I live in the Southern part and didnt know thats what we are called. LOL
 

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This one was from the Stern Auction that occurred this year.
I have an Inglis Hi-Power with stock and it's a fun pistol to shoot.
The join date is a glitch that happened when they re-booted Gunboards sometime ago.
 

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Forgot to tell ya, that if your interested find the book "Holster and Shoulder-Stocks of the World" by Anthony Vanderlinden It's in B&W for the most part but some really great info on shoulder-Stocks.
 

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This one was from the Stern Auction that occurred this year.
I have an Inglis Hi-Power with stock and it's a fun pistol to shoot.
The join date is a glitch that happened when they re-booted Gunboards sometime ago.
Dang, another nice one! The strap, however, is from a T-94 holster.
 
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