Posted 30 January 2009 - 08:38 AM
You are fortunate to own a Swedish K, I have been on the hunt for one here forever!
I must have asked every gun collector here! LOL....
I've wanted a deactivated one for quite some time now....wishful thinking though!
Dewatts are around here, but it depends what a person is looking for.
For WW2 Canadian and British collectors, there is lot's to choose from, but for WW2 U.S and up....
it can be difficult.
There is a fella in another province here, who sells a huge number of dewatts.....once in a while,
he puts the odd rare piece on, but mainly just the norm.
I tried to do some research on the exact Uzi's that SOG had in their inventories, so far....I have received
information, on that they were IMI Folding stock versions.
The reason I was curious, as this is one of the rare pieces that this place has here, they want a pretty penny
for it....but it is original.
Up to date, I have found the earlier version containing the wooden stock....but I haven't heard anything regarding SOG using that type, just the folding one.
Yours is a dummy gun, right? With a dummy receiver?
I have seen a variation of dummy guns, in the U.S.....but never a Swedish K.
Make sure and cherish that one! Hang on to it forever!
The closet I have come here to an extremely exotic weapon, of very uncommon nature, was a S&W M76.
It hasn't moved....I don't think there are as many collectors of the sort, as there would be of it in the states.
Anyhow....nice piece once again.