COMPLETED Harrier VTOL jet, 1:32 scale,
$50. (BIG, almost 18" from pitot to tail fairing)
of many large aircraft models I built. Royal Navy Colors, of
Build quality: 4/5, good airbrushing, paint work, & construction
1980 Ferarri, 1:24, FREE (just pay shipping)
model I don't want anymore but just can't throw away. One of a
million partially painted models. Could just be masked and
airbrushed, light sanding beforehand would make it look pretty nice.
Build quality: 1/5, incomplete paint, this was one of my first models
Corvette Coupe, 1:24, FREE (just pay shipping)
I was trying to get a perfect paint job (Polo Green) on this guy, I
started fooling with a small blemish and ended up screwing up all of
the paint. It needs to be sanded and repainted. Hey, I'm
used to matte paint jobs anyway! You wanna lightly sand flat the
paint that's on there, then it's yours. I just don't want to
throw it away.
Cars, 1:36 scale, 4 cars, $35 for
all, V Good condition.
bought these circa 1990. These are the type that you pull back
with a clockwork spring and then they drive forward for a little
bit. I think they all still work. Price is negotiable (as
all prices on here are), but I think they are worth at least that
much! I bought them largely because they were almost the exact
of the armor I liked to build.
Force 'Blues', (also perfect for a really professional looking civilian
uniform if you own your own business!)
These items are literally LIKE
NEW unless otherwise notes. They were issued to me just before I
got out in 1994. They were never worn except maybe to check fit,
they do have my written on the inside. I kept them for
sentimental reasons but there's no way I could fit in them now, so
there's no real reason to keep them. For quick reference I was 6'
and 145lbs at the time.
1x Suit type jacket, all Air Force buttons and U.S. collar pins.
1x Longcoat (Raincoat), with removable Liner. Size 42L
(These are really nice, full lenght coats. It is somewhat water
resistant, but personally I hesitate to call it a 'raincoat'.
It's a water resistant, really
warm, full length coat with a
1x Jacket, Man's, Lightweight with Removable Liner. 40R.
Nice military blue jacket.
2x Shirt, Long Sleeve, Poly/Ctn. Blue 1550. Size 15x34
2x Shirt, Short Sleeve, Poly/Ctn. Blue 1550. Size 15.
5x Pants, 3x 32R Trousers, Men's, Poly/Wool, (appear to be about a 30"
inseam); 1x 32S Trousers, Men's, Poly/Wool, Tropical (appear to be
about a 29" inseam; this one appears to be new - doesn't
even have my numbers in it), 1x 32R? Used (no
tags). Externally all of the new ones appear identical (to
me). The used one is clearly different manufacture, but
externally the same.
There's tons more coming!!! Check
To avoid confusion these are printouts of scanned copies,
not books that have been put back into press.
NO SHIPPING! I email it to
Other than WWII
US WAR DEPT MG34 MACHINEGUN
This manual is a copy of the US War Department one for the German MG34
machinegun. It is three times the size of my normal manuals at 72
pages. There are many illustrations and photos, though only fair
quality. Sections include: Introduction,
Operation, Sighting Equipment, Malfunctions and Corrections,
Disassembly and Assembly, Care and Preservation, Ammunition,
Inspection, Maintenance under unusual conditions, and a Glossary.
It covers the heavy machinegun tripod and scope. It gives
weights, rates of fire, information on belts, drums, loading, the 75
round saddle magazine, how to fire, how to fire from bipod, AA tripod,
HMG tripod, tripod scope graduations for arcing fire over the heads of
your own troops safely, a lot of information on the scope, a good
troubleshooting section, different types of 7.92mm ammo- what should be
used, what can be used, what is for rifles only- with illustrations
showing markings on ammo and containers, a two page abbreviation table
and English translation, what to do with captured ammo supplies,
tropical and arctic usage, and a second 3.5 page long list of German
abbreviations translated to English. As you can see this is a big
book with a ton of info.
MANUAL- FN MAUSER
K98 RIFLE AND
This manual is for the FN Mauser 98 Rifles and Carbines. Pertains
to the German K98 as well, of course. It is 28 pages long.
It is a copy of the original with some fair quality illustrations
and photos. Explains Components, Dismantling and Reassembly,
Operation, a component list, and General Data for 7.92mm (German),
7.65mm, and 7mm Mausers.
GERMAN WALTHER P38
9MM PISTOL ($4)
This manual is a copy of the original Walther P38 Manual. It
is 24 pages long and was the one that would come with the weapon.
Covers General Data, Internal Components, Operation, Disassembly,
Assembly, Penetration of different materials at range, and a Component
List. There are many illustrations of fair quality.
US ARMY FOR MOSIN
This manual is a copy of the US army manual on the Mosin Nagant
series of bolt action rifles. It is 31 full size pages
long. Contains many photos and figures of varying quality.
Covers general information, differences between models, parts
interchangeability, ammunition, sighting equipment, operating
instruction, maintenance, and malfunctions. A chart with the
different models gives barrel lengths, weights, sights, muzzle
velocity, etc. A section covers sniper rifles and
scopes. Another section gives the specific differences to
look for between types. As an owner of one of these rifles I
found it interesting and informative.
US ARMY FOR TOKAROV
SVT / AVT ($4)
This manual is a copy of the US Army manual on Tokarov semi auto SVT
and full auto AVT rifles. It is 23 pages long, though
oddly numbered pages for some reason- they are all there. The
text is good, but photos are not good quality. Covers general
information, differences between models, parts interchangeability,
ammunition, sighting equipment, operating instruction, maintenance, and
malfunctions. A chart with the different models gives barrel
lengths, weights, sights, muzzle velocity, etc. Another section
gives the specific differences to look for between types.
US WAR DEPT M1928
THOMPSON SMG ($4)
This manual is a copy of a early WWII (March, 1942) technical manual
for the M1928A1 Thompson .45 caliber submachinegun. Training
Manual 9-1215. It is 28 pages long. It has pretty many
photos of above average quality for copies. It covers an
introduction to the weapon, a general description, inspection,
maintenance and repair, references, and an index. The original
manual was early WWII and looks and reads like it. I think it's
pretty interesting for anyone who owns or wants to know more about this
US ARMY FOR
This manual is 39 full size pages long. It has 56 photos of
varying quality. Sections include safety, general information
(including a chart to identify the country the gun is from by
markings), disassembly, reassembly, accessories, maintenance, and
ammunition. Assembly and disassembly are good step by step with
photos of each step (though some of the photos are difficult to make
out). Helpful and worthwhile manual for anyone with an AK or
US ARMY FOR SKS ($4)
This manual is a copy of the US Army manual on the SKS. It is
22 full size pages long. It has a few figures to illustrate items
in the text, but they are of low quality. The manual is, however,
very informative. There is a general section covering markings
and accessories from different countries. You can use this to
determine the counrty of origin of the rifle if it is not
stamped. It fully covers loading and operation such as firing and
zeroing. It also covers operation of accessories such as grenade
launchers. There is a section on disassemble and reassembly- step
by step. The final step covers clearing stoppages, cleaning, and
US ARMY OPERATOR'S
This manual is a copy of US Army Training Manual 9-1005-249-10 on
the M16A1 rifle. This manual is larger than most at 57 pages (it
was originally a small manual copied on these larger pages.
Covers an introduction to the weapon, ammunition, disassembly,
lubrication, assembly, magazines, PMCs, Operation, and
troubleshooting. Well laid out and easy to read with graphical
figures on every page. Designed to be understandable and
interesting to the average soldier and still contain all important
out this site for great translated German manuals! (No longer on