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    WWII Mossberg 42 M-B Lend Lease British Marked .22 LR

    I have never seen one of these 42 M-B's before, its something though that I would have loved to had with only a little over 38,000 made. Too bad he won't ship to California, screwed again.....

    Mossberg 42 MB US Relics at GunBroker.com : 796658481


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    Nice looking rifle sir. Very much like the M46 MB.

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    I love those trainers...any and all of them. I will, one day, bite the bullet and buy a 1922.
    These Mossbergs are suprisingly cheap considering their rarity. How many of those original 38k do you think still exist?? $400 is what I would call "a lot" for one of these.

    Anyway, there's another on GunBroker with no note against shipping to California:
    Mossberg Model 42 MB (a) U.S. Property .22lr - Curios Relics at GunBroker.com : 796394738

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    Very nice looking rifles, with their Stutzen style stocks.



    A lend lease trainer would be great in the collection, as long as our uncle Sam didn't demand it back!

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