Guns/Stuff for sale

As of 06-10-14 we have 5 of the DPM semi auto rifles ready to sell. We are not building them again but had a key machine go down and took that available time to complete some of these rifles. They are complete brand new with one mag in a wooden shipping crate and are 3,500.00 take one or all 5.

AS you know barrels are hard to find and these are built with the original chrome bore barrels and we don’t have any extra. In fact, like most folks we need a few….

Effective Immediately  11-01-12

Due to putting all efforts into the FG42 project we are going to suspend all Bren/ZB/DP series builds until further notice.

This, coupled with the election results have us feeling the need to concentrate on the most pressing things. If you are already on the list you are good to go – everything else is on hold. Thanks for your understanding.

Guns /Stuff for sale

All prices plus shipping/insurance (normally $50-  $60) - Any rifle that has to be built and therefor not ready at the time of sale only requires a $700.00 deposit to get things started!

California and other states that require modified mag releases, muzzle brake mods, mag restrictions etc are +150.00 to the cost of either a build from your kit or a complete rifle from our kit.

DPM

$2,550.00 This is a $250 price increase and is due to the fact we have to steal a barrel from a DP28 kit to build a DPM as there are no more barrels available. Means one less DP28 we can build. If you supply the good usable barrel for the build then it is $2,300.00 on our kit.

This is for a complete semi auto DPM rifle built with OUR kit.  The DPM is indeed different in many respects with the biggest internal difference being the relocation of the recoil spring to the rear of the rifle instead of under the barrel like on the DP28. Our build keeps everything where it should be and gives you a rifle that stays true to the DPM with the recoil spring in the rear tube like it was designed to be. It is much harder to do it this way but thats the way we felt it needed to be – and was worth the extra effort. Also since the DPM has a pistol grip it is one part off on the 922r compliance count so we made new triggers. We also designed a 90 degree rotation, left side thumb activated safety.

Bren MKI

Built from our parts set includes correct dial sight and adjustable MKI bipod. Built, test fired, blued, and shipped to you in a wooden shipping crate. Did I mention that the price includes a new pistol grip and enough FCG parts to put the US parts count at a level allowing you to use your original butt stock and mag? The new butt stock is still an option but ads $150.00 to the build price. Our costs are going up on these builds and unfortunately we are having to pass them on to you. $3,150.00

Takes about 4-6 weeks to build after we receive your order.

Bren MKII

Built from our parts set. Built, test fired, blued, and shipped to you in a wooden shipping crate. Did I mention that the price includes a new pistol grip and enough FCG parts to put the US parts count at a level allowing you to use your original butt stock and mag? The new butt stock is still an option but ads $150.00 to the build price. Our costs are going up on these builds and unfortunately we are having to pass them on to you. $3,050.00

Takes about 4-6 weeks to build after we receive your order.

Bren Build Service

Built from YOUR parts set and includes the complete re-weld/ semi auto conversion of all of your parts, test firing, blued, and shipped to you in a wooden shipping crate. Did I mention that the price includes a new pistol grip and enough FCG parts to put the US parts count at a level allowing you to use your original butt stock and mag?

Our costs are going up on these builds and unfortunately we are having to pass them on to you. So….. Basic build from a good cut Mk II kit is $2,150.00  Mk I’s are another 100.00 because of additional work needed on the receiver. Later more butchered kits torch cut through the mag release/bolt lock area are +300.00 due to the time involved in remaking that area.  Awesome guns!

The new butt stock is still an option but ads $100.00 to the build price and if you just specify the new butt stock then you will retain your original pistol grip. If you want both wood pieces new it is a 150 upgrade which is essentially our cost for the new wood which then has to be fitted and finished by us before we can use it.

Takes about 4-6 weeks to build after we receive your order.

ZB 26 / ZB30 Build Service

Built from YOUR parts set as we just can’t find a supply of kits – 2,550.00. Built, test fired, blued, and shipped to you in a wooden shipping crate. Did I mention that the price includes a new pistol grip and enough FCG parts to put the US parts count at a level allowing you to use your original butt stock and mag? The new butt stock is still an option but ads 100.00 to the build price. Our costs are going up on these builds and unfortunately we are having to pass them on to you.  This price is utilizing the standard muzzle brake/flash cone that works but is sorta plain so we also offer an upgrade flash cone for another 150.00 we built to closely mimic the looks of the original and still function as a gas booster (required as more pressure is required to run the semi auto rifle). We have to use one or the other for both the required gas pressure increase and to serve as a 922r compliance part.

Takes about 4-6 weeks to build after we receive your order.

PPS 43 pistol in 7.62×25

We have a limited supply of our own kits that we are/have built that have the original chrome lined barrels. $575.00

We also realize there are cheaper alternatives available out there but you get what you pay for.  These are limited by the supply of parts on hand as the FG42 project has taken over the shop so in the short term if there are not enough parts to complete these guns they will have to wait. We are down to 6 more to sell. More in a few months but that’s it for now!

Carbines No longer in production as of 01-01-11. A few remaining 7.62×25 pistols that could be completed.

Semi Auto FG42 rifle

Yes we are getting close enough to add it to the list of things for sale – at least partially. It has been test fired and works great and a rifle will be sent in for ATF evaluation shortly.These rifles will come with a owners manual, 2 magazines, and in padded hard plastic transport case – a nice one – but will not come with a bayonet or sling.

Right now the firm fixed price is $4995.00


If you are seriously interested in this rifle and want your name added to the list write me with your contact info at: smgguns@yahoo.com  and I will put you on the list and tell you where you are at on it. Thanks!

25 comments

  • Chad & Debbie Sloan (1279 days)

    I am looking for some one that can work on a TNW-MG34 that I had built by TNW. This gun has a problem and I’m looking for some to fix it and make work.

    I also would like to be put on the list for the second or third run of the FG-42gun.

    I am an reeanactor form several different time peroids ie… WWII, Civil War, Vietnam War, and I’m sure I’ll do what ever the next war reenactment will be.

    I am also courious if you can build a ZB-30 from a parts kit?
    I may be reached at 214-938-3569 or ctsloan@smu.edu
    Thank you, for your time an your help!
    Chad

  • Alec (1237 days)

    Any chance you guys can make some semi-auto MP40′s? (at a reasonable price?) or full auto blank firing? It be nice to be able to get them in the reenactors community without spending 3,000 on a gun that only fires blanks

  • Rick Smith (1237 days)

    Hi,
    Problem with what you are asking about is the huge investment in tooling to get the first ones made and then a very small market of sales to recoup your investment. A number of companies have done what you ask about – yes at a high price. But even if they were to sell for only half as much and you sell 3 times as many you still can’t make enough to justify the investment. Lots of cool products out there that have the same problem – takes a huge investment and the sales are in the low hundreds at best.
    So no, we have looked at it before but just decided there was no way.

    Rick

  • Ken (1107 days)

    Do you sell hammers for the pps 43?

  • Rick Smith (1107 days)

    HI Ken,
    Only for our builds – they won’t fit anyone else’s that I know of. Never had to replace one now that I think about it.

    Rick

  • George (1023 days)

    Will your lower internals retrofit my Radom PPS-43C? If so how many mods may it require?

  • Rick Smith (1023 days)

    No they will not work.

  • Mike Mendelson (1019 days)

    Do you sell 922(r) compliant Bren MKII parts?

  • Rick Smith (1019 days)

    Hi Mike,
    Right now no, as we are using what we have left to do our own builds and then not sure if we will make more or not. Just not that many sold for all the up front time and money making them initially.

    Rick

  • Ted (977 days)

    Hi Rick,
    I finally got out to the range to fire my Bren Mk1 you all built for me and it worked great! Well worth the money, thanks!
    Ted

  • Rick Smith (977 days)

    Hi Ted,
    Awesome! I will tell my oldest son – he builds the Brens – and he loves to hear people like them. Shoot us a picture and we will put it in our rouges gallery!

    Rick

  • Mike (937 days)

    Do you have any US made Bren MKII parts for sale?

  • Rick Smith (937 days)

    Hi Mike, Right now no – we just have enough for the builds coming up and no real time to make more.

    Rick

  • Will (831 days)

    Hey, do you know of anyone who makes a VG1-5 for reenacting and a historic curio??
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anW7HWFlueg&feature=related

  • Rick Smith (831 days)

    Hi,
    A company in Germany called SSD makes the only copy right now that I am aware of. There was a blurb or two on a few forums about a company here in the US – http://gewehrwerks.com/ – bringing them in so you might want to check with them. WE will probably do that one if they aren’t brought in one day but it will be a couple of years before we can get to it.

    Rick

  • Jon (745 days)

    Do you folks happen to have an extra ZB 30 cup butt plate with shoulder rest that you would be willing to sell?

  • Rick Smith (738 days)

    Hi Jon,
    Sorry, none here. In fact we could use one or two ourselves!

    Rick

  • marv chadab (702 days)

    i have a semi auto Bren MkI I would love to have a barrell and bolt(i have several in .303 and 8 mm) which would fire 7.62×54 also a blank adapter in the flash supressor Can do? I would also love to find high capacity zb 26 mag (more than 20) any knowledge?

  • Rick Smith (702 days)

    Hi Marv,
    Sorry but we have suspended Bren/ZB/DP builds for now as we just don’t have the time and specail projects like what you describe are out as well right now. Thanks for the inquiry.

    Rick

  • hans trachmann (623 days)

    interested in 8mm fg42 also parts hope to hear from you

  • Jacob Perez (595 days)

    It great to see that you guys bring back old firearms that would otherwise be almost impossible to get. I hope to be able to pick up one of your FG42 one of theses days. Also was thinking if you could try to reproduce the G43/K43 rifle?Its my favorite WWII rifle and I just don’t want to pay the price for an original that I can’t shoot.

  • ole jonny (520 days)

    you build a mg 34?what will the prica be

  • Rick Smith (520 days)

    No, sorry, we do not work on those awesome weapons.

  • Jean-Paul Chevallard (519 days)

    Have you ever sold a semi auto fg42 to canada? Do you know if they are legal up here?

  • DoomWrath (467 days)

    Just a quick kudos from over in the UK, I’ve been taking a look at your products and they look excellent quality. I have to say I’ve been looking through huge amounts of rifles chambered in .308, and your FG42 is the only one I can find which I desire the most. The funny thing is, a lot of the original FG42s I’ve seen look relatively uncomfortable to hold, however yours look just fine. And while an original FG42 may sell for $100,000 yours is less than $5000. Absolutely fantastic work, keep it up. I’m planning on moving over to the states in a few years, and as soon as I get the chance to buy one of these in .308, I’ll take it.

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