I haven't seen any bigger than 82 mm, so if there are any in the US they are rare.
I have 3 mortars and have considered an 82mm, but decided against it due to the size compared to my 50 and 60 mm mortars.
I know a collector with some Brit WWII mortars but I don't know what models or the operational status. He has some registered live stuff and some deactivated. I know he has a 2" with some cool accessories.
i passed on a screaming good deal for a demilled 2" earlier this year.would have bought it but wife was with me and at the time i didnt know if i could find/make ammo. It would have been a good form1 project
I've found a possible source to manufacture/print an adaptor to mount a aluminum beer bottle to a 60mm tail fin.
Anyone interested in a few?
No details on cost yet, just judging interest.
These are new made rear grip lugs for the B-40/PG-2 grenade launcher. Constructed of 4140 steel and ready for welding to your PG-2 project. Most demilled PG-2 kits have a 3/8" rod welded thru this part rendering them useless. Price is 75.00 each + shipping. New made full size tubes are also...
Not looking to buy, but I have been curious lately
How many of these exist (deactivated or not) in private hands? A dozen?
It seems like every once in a blue moon I see a picture of one someone has.
I can only imagine how much they go for.
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