Small run manufactured, get yours while they last. See: SHOP – MB/GPW Parts
These are great stocking stuffers for the Jeep enthusiast Go to Items for sale, GPW/MB to order
Our last run of 1903-A4 Sniper Bolts have sold out….Thank you for your interest in this product! Unfortunately our supply of NOS Remington A3 bolts has diminished. Once we locate supply we will manufacture another production run. Please check in with us after December. Sorry no back orders.
Available now in store.
Gary’s Bunker will be displaying and selling at the 2017 MVPA Convention in Cleveland OH June 20-25th. Stop by and visit at tables G-05 and G-06 (North tables). We will have MB/GPW, Weasel and MG, firearms parts available.
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NOS commercial replacement bands as produced by Consolidated Industries, Dover DE; in the 1960’s -1970’s. These are constructed like a large reinforced fan belt and are secured/bolted to the track grousers with stainless clamps, (not included, however an engineering drawing is available to the buyer). This was the commercial track repair to deal with the Read more about M29 Weasel Bands For Sale REDUCED PRICE[…]
Just back from black oxide, these bolts are READY TO SHIP. These are the very finest replica A4 Sniper bolts available, reforged from NOS Remington 1903A3 Bolts. All dies and tooling were built around an original Remington A4 Sniper bolt To order go to the “SHOP” menu, “FIREARMS” and “A4 Sniper Bolt” and place a Read more about Down to 3 Left… Springfield A4 Sniper Bolts ready to ship! Next Production run November 2017[…]
Several of Gary’s Bunker WWII vehicles are on display at the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton, OH. This is a very fine military museum and it is worth checking out. Also has an excellent 1950’s diner , “The Tin Goose Diner” open 7 days a week. http://www.libertyaviationmuseum.org/