Brian Alpert

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    Winchesters, Colts, Merwin Hulberts, U.S. Martial Arms through WWII

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  1. Your "kit" is missing the internals on the lower, bolt and bolt rear well as the receiver sections with sight and magazine well. The most difficult part to find being the magazine well. I have seen repairable sections of the magazine well bring over $500 alone. What you have would probably bring around $200
  2. The Drors generally do not go as high as JLMG look-a-likes. $6000 is generally top dollar whereas the JLMGs go for up to $10,000.
  3. At that starting price I would be amazed if there3 was even a bid.
  4. Looks like a nice one. My gunsmith built one for rych me. https://www.forgottenweapons.com/israeli-dror-lmg-shooting-disassembly-video/ I have another one as well as the 1st model in 303. They are fun to shoot and draw a crowd at the range. I also have a 303 41 Johnson LMG look a like which I acquired as a 303 Br Johnson LMG magazine (Johnson NE-41 markings and larger than the 303 Dror) coupled with a magazine support assembly which fit this mag and a 303 Br Johnson LMG bolt and Bbl. I can see why it was not produced as the mag does not feed well. It will be displayed at NGD Louisville later this month
  5. I would be shocked if he got $3500 but with today's market, who can tell
  6. Amazing!! This refinished parts gun went for over $5800.
  7. From what I can see, looks like a decent JSAR with an original bbl. Magazine retaining pin is in backwards. It is supposed to be inserted from the forearm side. Remove the forearm, pull the pin and while holding the magazine in position with the magazine and receiver lugs lined up, push the pin in from the front, turn the flat end into the receiver and replace the forearm.
  8. This "mint condition" JSAR has obviously been refinished and has a bbl made from a Garand bbl. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/797284288
  9. This "mint condition" JSAR has obviously been refinished and has a bbl made from a Garand bbl. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/797284288
  10. Am I missing something here? https://www.gunbroker.com/item/795612647 This isn't even a particularly nice sporter.
  11. Am I missing something here? https://www.gunbroker.com/item/795612647 This isn't even a particularly nice sporter.
  12. Here is data on JSAR #4738 Received from Cranston Arms 1/22/;42 Stock #2 Bbl #8289E Hammer Block #0064 Hammer #7752 Bolt #6060 Locking cam 5782 Firing Pin #9931 Extractor #2319 Magazine #7339 Transferred to NPC 1/30/42 In 25+ years of doing JSARs, I have never seen any loose pins/rivets
  13. As my rule of thumb, a Winfield sporter is worth about 1/2 the price of an original JSAR and about 2/3 the price of a restored (new bbl, stock, etc) military JSAR
  14. Available from Numrich https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/1072520 They also have the screws to the cross bolt.
  15. If you really want something and money is no object.....few of us are there!...you can get swept up in a bidding war. Remember 9 or 10 years ago when a nice but by no means exceptional JSAR went for $12000.