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Valkyrie Arms M3-A1 Grease Gun .45 ACP

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We thought the long barrel and fixed stock detracted from the immensely business-like look of the M3 Grease Gun, but at least you can buy one. Full-auto originals, though costing only about $15 to make, today sell for thousands of dollars. This gun had a deceptive weight of 9.7 pounds. Recoil was nil, and function was 100 percent. A short barrel is available for display.

Valkyrie Arms M3-A1 Grease Gun .45 ACP

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The top arrow points to the dust cover, here fully open. The lower arrow points to the finger notch in the bolt. There is no external bolt handle on this version of the M3. Mil-spec called it the M3A1, but Valkyrie adds a hyphen, making it the M3-A1. That’s appropriate, because it’s not an exact copy.

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