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Old September 23, 2008, 10:21 PM   #9
ronl
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You could just send the WW2 weapons to me. Doing a museum display on Veteran's day on weapons of WW2. Even have a German G-41 to put on display. I hope you can find a way to keep the guns from being altered in any way , or worse yet, destroyed. They are pieces of history and should be viewed as such. When I interview the vets I always ask if they brought anything back, as it always leads to an interesting story. Hope you have the stories of those weapons recorded as to where they came from and under what circumstances and pass them on to family members. Too bad it can be such a hassle to do it legally. Best of luck to you in trying to keep those family heirlooms intact.
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