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info on tools suitable for an armourer

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Myself and a freind have been given the roles of unit armourers within my group, me because I know a fair bit about the toys and my mate cos he is a blacksmith and is good at making/fixing things, as such I am wanting to get a collection of tools together for this impression, however I am not sure what kind of tools I need, any advice on this would be much apreciated, I would like to get german ones, but suspect they may well be out my price range, so will probably try and find british equivalents.
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First you need to start calling yourself a waffenmeister

then you need to get hold of the waffenmeisters (small) toolkit (the one that sits inside the ammo tin )
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(happy hunting for all the tools )


then you should obtain/fabricate the waffenmeisters spare parts boxes ...

for the MG Image

and the MP Image

That would be a good place to start

our group waffenmeister has an ammo tin kit , the MG spare parts box image I borrowed from the web , the MP spare parts box I made (not finished )

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Awsome thanks, this gives me a great place to start, will pass this onto dave my mate, how much are these tool kits, and are the post war/modern mg3 kits the same?
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http://www.amasupply.co.uk/shop.php
£1500/£2000 for the ammo can tool kit.
No, I dont think the MG3 kit is the same.
Simon from GD Aufklärung does a very good waffenmeister impression, as I'm sure so does Kev.

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darn, a bit out of my price range that.
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