The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
That looks like one my grandfather brought back from Guam. IIRC, the stock was charred, I think from a flame thrower. No idea where it ended up.
"The gun was displayed on a mantle above Sullivan’s bar until 1981, when the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agency were alerted to its existence via an anonymous complaint. The ATF and LaSalle County Sheriff’s Department both investigated."Someone needs to feed the hogs.#OREGON HOBO#
The reality of machine guns is that most people don't want them. They are expensive to feed, heavy, clunky. Criminals don't want them, just like they don't want an M82, due to difficulty in concealment and the crew required. The GCA of 1934 and Nazi GCA of 1968 are contrary to the 2A, and are not Law, regardless of the opinion of the Bat-Fag's or the Attorney General. Taking a storied war relic from the family of a genuine hero is tragic and reflects poorly on the nation. pdxr13
Actually, ATF probably would have kept it for themselves, they have a VERY large collection of machine gun they have stolen from law abiding Americans over the years.
A late friend if mine was a World War II memorabilia collector. He picked up a Japanese machine gun much like this one at a garage sale. It had a hopper on the left where the second guy would dump ammo mags.I don't know what happened to it after he passed, but it was functional and unregistered. Think it was 8mm.
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