Image courtesy Brownells.
Custom wood grips?
Must be the Eastern Front. Shit got weird on the Eastern Front.
It sure did… Archeologists actually have a hard time studying anything in the ground in many parts of that region, because it’s so incredibly littered with shell casings, rounds, debris, shrapnel, helmets, gear, body parts and all kinds shit, that forms a layer in the ground like a geological epoch.
Late war guns were typically crudely finished.
Wow. Somebody left their mp40 in a tree. Looks like the tree claimed it as his.
Is that some barb-wire coming out of the right side?
Jethro Tull Flashback – ‘Nine miles of two-strand topped with barbed-wire, laid by the father for the son. Good shelter down there on the valley floor, down by where the sweet stream run…”
I think I know what one has to do to be the Fuhrer.
Just think, that guns was there, loaded for 70+ years and shot no one.
Oh heck, Fireclean will fix that right up and the tree will like it!
Listen up all you plastic stock fanboys.
This is what REAL TREE cammo looks like!
reminds me of this story
When I planted it, it was just a derringer.
Haha I love it.
Count the rings on the grip to determine the age
What kinds gun is it exactly??? Kind looks like an AK under folder.
There’s a good reason it looks like an ak underfolder. The Russians copied the design of the mp40 stock when they designed their own underfolder.
the only tree in the russian orchard that gets oiled and watered.
If that were to be an AK and that were to be some type of fruit tree. Is it safe to say it would be impossible to make jam?
but it looks like ak preserves…
Perhaps we can put some on toast and serve it with a cup of kalishncoffee
Looks like the tree trying to conceal-carry.
Tree is printing. But it’s got a dandy of a retention holster.
Hmmm, so guns really do grow on trees?
The one tree that Paul Bunyan didn’t want to cut down.
i wonder what the chemistry of that old school steel was. not like the cheap chinese prison steel they make stuff out of now a days.
I am Groot!
Do you have a tax stamp for that….er…..tree?
You can have my gun when you pry it from my cold dead trunk…
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