EU 2015/2403 Deactivated Soviet WW2 DP27 ‘Degtyaryov’ DECO Machinegun
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Here we have a truely great example of a WW2 Soviet Degtyaryov machine gun (DP28) from my own collection. Naturally this has been EU Certified as a DECO (deactivated) machinegun. DP-27 is a light machine gun firing the 7.62×54mm cartridge that was primarily used by the Soviet Union, with service trials starting in 1927, followed by general deployment in 1928. Besides being the standard Soviet infantry light machine gun (LMG) during World War II, with various modifications it was used in aircraft as a flexible defensive weapon, and it equipped almost all Soviet tanks in WWII as either a flexible bow machine gun or a co-axial machine gun controlled by the gunner. It was improved in 1943 producing the DPM. No damage visable and in super condition, this DP27 comes with an official EU certifcate of deactivation.
No moving parts,
Only sold to people over 18 years !!
The EU regulation 2015/2403 came about as a result of the attacks in Paris. The regulation applies throughout Europe. In all EU countries, weapons must be disarmed in the manner described in the EU regulation. The disarmed weapons then no longer have to be seen as firearms. The weapons must be provided with a certificate from 1 of the controlling authorities from 1 of the EU countries. They must also be marked by stamped stamps showing the deactivation.