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- 1944 Militaria
Offers wwii reproduction and original items
- Aardvark Arms & Army Surplus Sales
Ships firearms and related accessories worldwide to qualified buyers as well as supplying authentic army surplus items and military items of a collectable nature.
- Buffer Technologies
Offers buffering system for a variety of rifles: AK,m-1,FN/FAL,Mini-14,10/22
- Chartered Industries of Singapore – CAI
Manufacturer of small (5.56mm – 12.7mm), medium (20,25,35mm) and large(75 mm tank – 60,100,125mm mortar) calibre ammunition and firearms
- Chestnut Ridge Supply
Online gun parts catalog
- Civilian Marksmanship Program
The CMP is authorized to provide support and encouragement to clubs and state associations with emphasis on strong junior programs. Features info on surplus rifle sales.
- David Buehn
Specializing in U.S. Military pistols-rifles-shotguns & Accessories. Cold Pistols & D.A. revolvers (1889-1970), High Standard pistols and Books
- Empire Arms (Ormond Beach, Florida)
Dealer in collectable handpicked European military weapons 1880-1960. Site features on-line list of inventory.
- FN FAL Files
Information on fn fal type rifles
- FN Manufacturing
Site features info on their m-16 and other military firarms
- Historical Parts and MilitariA company
specializing in wwi and wwii axis firearm parts and militaria
- Inter-Ordnance of America
Source for quality, authentic german wwi and wwii firearms and collectables
- International Military Antiques
offers antique and reproduction items from around the world, and a variety of time periods. (150mm wwi howitzer, armour, swords, etc.)
- Italian Carcano Rifles and Carbines Homepage
- Korean War: Weapons, history, bibliography
pictures and specs of principal infantry weapons used by both sides during the korean war, with history links and bibliography (on-line and reference)
- Lee-Enfield Rifles
- M203 & M79 Grenade Launchers & 40mm Ammo
Class II Firearms Mfg. specializing in M203 and M79 Grenade Launcher Receivers and Parts and 40mm ammo.
- Mactec Enterprises
Licensed dealer specializing in the m1 carbine and other military firearms
- Mike’s Gun Page
Features information on the CZ-52 and M1895 Nagant Revolver
- Militaria Collection
Militaria of third reich and italian fascist era specialized in uniforms on measure
- Military Antiques and Museum Shop
California based shop
- Military Parade
Magazine about Russia’s Arms – includes fighter aircraft, naval vessels and firearms
- Modern Weapons
Site provides parts lists, disassembly/assembly, maintainence and operation instructions.
- Norwegian Military Small-arms 1711-WW2
Collector of Norwegian military arms: The Norwegian army and navy possibly had the most advanced military weapons in the world in the second half of the 1800′s, but very few people are aware of it: Kammerlader, Lund, Landmark, Krag Petersson, Jarmann, Krag Jørgensen – how many of these have you heard about?
- Proof House, Inc
specializes in collectable military firearms
- Regimiento De Patricios
- Rongstad’s Worldwide Military Links Index
Large number of military links – not all firearm related – but still an appropriate index to include on GunHoo
- Springfield Trapdoors galore
Site specializing in springfield trapdoor rifles
- Sullivan’s Classic Arms & Militaria
Collectible firearms & militaria. buy, sell, trade, consign, and appraise
- The FR-8 Page
- The Military Rifle Journal
Monthly newsletter dedicated to the identification, usage and history of the world’s military rifles
- The Model Of 1941 Johnson Automatic Rifle Information Page
Info on one of the United States Military’s more curious firearms of WWII
- USAYPG Home Page
The Yuma Proving Ground page – Check out how the military tests hardware
carries new, used, and collectable firemarms, as well as miltary relics and collectable militaria
- bryan’s homepage
features a variety of ordance codes for wwii rifles, japanese arisaka rifles, and swiss schmidt-rubin rifles
- dutch mannlicher model 1895
dutch m-1895 made by steyr and hembrug
classic european and other handpicked military rifles many of which are c&r eligible.
Assault weapon, rifle, pistol resources. discussion forum open to civilian, military, and law enforcement communities.
- hunters lodge corporation
mail order only firm,deals in military firearms
the wwii military jeep, 1941-1945, g503
- kelley’s military antiques
antique guns, swords, and related material thousands of listings
- m-k specialties
specializing in mil-spec rifles and parts (m-14)
The Best Resource for the m96 expiditionary rifle and its variations
- martini-henry rifles
specifications and history of the the british military martini rifle
- miltech vintage military firearms
attention to detail and accuracy of a miltech rebuilt firearm can only be achieved with dedicated gunsmiths, working to produce the best vintage firearms available. specializing in garands, m1903 springfields, m1941 johnsons, m1917 enfields, m1 carbines, model 98k german mausers
- ricky’s gun room, inc.
dealing mainly in collectible military firearms & war relics
- scott duff publications and historical martial firearms
offers a variety of books on the m-1 garand, and collectible military firearms for sale
- sherluk marketing & trading
specializing in us military surplus gun parts and accessories
- the antiques and militaria collectibles network
an informational and reference site of antique dealers and there warehouses from the revolutionary to ww2
- trapper industries
specialist shootimg,militaria,soviet,night vision,airsoft,guns rifles,combat,medals,uniforms,pistols
- u.s. ordnance
offering m60, vickers, m1919, in semi-automatic, versions. (m60 in full auto to government and foreign buyers).
Surplus Military Rifles: Military Rifles For Sale
From the time of World War II to the present, numerous surplus military rifles from various parts of the world have arrived in the United States. A large percentage of these rifles are sold to civilians, who use them for recreational purposes, such as target shooting and hunting. Surplus military rifles were initially produced for military use, either as weapons for warfare or training. Sometimes, militaries order new rifles and they want to get rid of old ones, or they have a lot of rifles remaining after a war. These surplus rifles are mostly in good condition, and they are sold to firearm distributors and stores at very low prices.
One of the main reasons why rifle users choose to purchase surplus military rifles is because they are inexpensive compared to ordinary recreational rifles. They are high quality rifles that are specifically chosen by militaries because they are reliable and easy to use. Most surplus military rifles do not need frequent reloading, and their ammunition are widely available in the market. This makes them a suitable choice for beginner rifle users. Nonetheless, they are heavier than recreational rifles. While a light rifle usually weighs about 5 pounds, a military rifle can weigh up to more than 10 pounds. Some of the more popular surplus military rifles include the AK-47, AR-15, Mauser Model 98, 1903 Springfield, .30 M1 Carbine, Lee-Enfield Jungle Carbine, and Swedish Mausers.
Although surplus military rifles can be found in some local gun stores, it is better to purchase them online, because there is a much larger selection of these rifles on the Internet. Many online gun stores, gun warehouses, and firearm auction sites offer surplus military rifles. In addition, there are websites that specialize in selling such rifles. Alternatively, gun buyers can go to firearm classified ads websites, where they can purchase military rifles from private sellers and dealers.
Gun buyers should spend time doing some comparison shopping first before they purchase surplus military rifles. They should find out the prices of rifles that they are interested in from a few different sellers, and then choose the seller that offers the lowest price. The best thing to do is to buy surplus military rifles from reputable firearm sellers, because these sellers offer rifles that are in good conditions, and some of them also provide excellent customer service.
Before ordering surplus military rifles on the Internet, gun buyers are required to find a Federal Firearms License holder in their localities. Firearms that are purchased online will not be delivered directly to the homes of gun buyers; instead, they will be sent to the Federal Firearms License holder first, and then released to the buyers. Many local gun stores and dealers act as Federal Firearms License holders, and they charge a small fee for their services.
Here are links to additional information about surplus military rifles, and websites that sell them:
- Surplus Military Rifles: Provides descriptions of different types of surplus military rifles.
- Buying Firearms Online: Explains federal regulations for online purchase of firearms.
- Surplus Rifle: Specializes in selling surplus military rifles and handguns.
- AIM Surplus: Find local and imported surplus military rifles in this website.
- Buy Military Surplus: A military supplies store that sells an extensive selection of military surplus firearms at very affordable prices.
- Military Gun Supply: Get quality military surplus rifles at wholesale prices from this gun supplier.
- Impact Guns: A reputable gun store that offers a wide range of surplus military rifles.
- Gun Broker: An online gun auction site that has thousands of military and recreational rifles for buyers to choose from.
- Guns America: Gun buyers can find lots of surplus military rifles in this firearm classified ads website.
- Guns International: This site contains classified ads offering surplus military rifles from local and foreign private sellers and dealers.