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    May 18 2022 Auction Results

    https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/...?auctionid=556

    Seller's premium was 20% (not figured into sales prices yet)


    A few items of note I thought were OK deals:

    1007 Lewis C&R 19K
    1008 Vickers (nice setup) 18K
    1011 SIG MP-48 28K
    1021 MG-08 11.5K
    1026 Type99 10K
    1028 Ramo 1917A1 15.5K
    ** 1053 M16A2 w/LMG upper 32K


    Well sold items:
    1010 SIG MKPS 66K
    1014 Swed-K C&R 55K
    1015 Swed-K C&R 50K
    1016 M/49 (Swed K) 36K
    ** 1019 MG42 160K
    ** 1029 M2 (AC Spark Plug) 110K
    ** 1032 Tippman 1919 50K
    1044 Walther MPK (transferable) 54K
    1045 STEYR- MPI-69 (transferable) 36K
    ** 1048 Galil 7.62 MR338 90K (** This was listed as transferable, but is actually a pre-86 dealer sample)
    1065 Stoner 63A 140K
    1066 M60 (Maremont w/E3 kit )73K
    1089 Mag-58 Pre-sample 95K

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    I was on both Swedish Ks, just went for more bananas then I could swing

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    The Swed-Ks were super nice, but they went for prob 2x market
    Don’t blame you for passing on them…

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    There has been a lot of talk about whether the MPi-69 and the MPK are really transferrable. Supposedly the MPK variant wasn't made until 1971 and the MPi was made starting in 1969. This places both guns post the 1968 registration date. Of course they could be rewelds. It would be interesting to see a FOIA on these two guns. I hope for the buyers that they are transferrable and aren't pre May saplles.
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    Well a number of my MGs just went up in value.


    I know a dealer a few years back that bid on a MG42 post sample on one of those long running auction sites. He won it for $4000 and when the the paperwork came back it was a transferable, then worth $40,000.

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    I am actively looking for a C&R Swedish K. I prefer the M45B. Have been for 7 years. I know of a few but none come up for sale. Someday I hope to find one, always looking for a lead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roaster72 View Post
    There has been a lot of talk about whether the MPi-69 and the MPK are really transferrable. Supposedly the MPK variant wasn't made until 1971 and the MPi was made starting in 1969. This places both guns post the 1968 registration date. Of course they could be rewelds. It would be interesting to see a FOIA on these two guns. I hope for the buyers that they are transferrable and aren't pre May saplles.
    Years ago I was shooting with Joe Moody (the previous owner) and he let me shoot this very Steyr MPi-69. The firearm is immaculate and doesn't display any indication of being re-welded. I don't know the story behind it, but I think there may have been some pre-production MPi-69's, and this one managed to make it into the U.S. prior to 1968. Joe's collection is phenomenal and I would love to see FOIA's on all of his firearms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brenbuilds View Post
    Years ago I was shooting with Joe Moody (the previous owner) and he let me shoot this very Steyr MPi-69. The firearm is immaculate and doesn't display any indication of being re-welded. I don't know the story behind it, but I think there may have been some pre-production MPi-69's, and this one managed to make it into the U.S. prior to 1968. Joe's collection is phenomenal and I would love to see FOIA's on all of his firearms!
    There's 0 chance that either of those were imported before the GCA of 1968. There may be some other way they were legally (or mistakenly) registered but it wasn't before the cutoff.

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    The MPK has "Made in Germany, Interarms, Alexandria VA" stamped on the side of it and a 1971 date code, someone is gonna be real raw when the ATF catches up to that pre sample. 1048 Galil 7.62 MR338 they adjusted the realized price down from 90k to 49.2k. The MPI-69 is marked L.E.S Skoki, ILL on the top so same situation there.

    I tried to warn them but they typed out this 11 paragraph email on basically why I was wrong.

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    Link doesnt go anywhere-please redo

    please redo the link
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haris1 View Post
    please redo the link

    https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/...lue&searchby=3

    Select May 18 Extraordinary Firearms from the drop down menu.

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