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Griffon Models ZB vz.37 Barrel
wbill76
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Posted: Saturday, December 08, 2007 - 07:41 PM UTC
Bill Plunk (wbill76) provides a look at a new manufacturer's, Griffon Model, offering of a 1/35 turned brass and PE upgrade/replacement barrel for the ZB vz.37 MG barrels designed for DML's family of 38(t) vehicles.

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kkiron
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Posted: Saturday, December 08, 2007 - 07:55 PM UTC
very good gun!looks nice !
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Posted: Saturday, December 08, 2007 - 08:15 PM UTC
Very cool! I recently saw this stuff on dragon's site, good to see a review come out this quickly! It comes in handy if their products work out, making it easy to hit the $50 free shipping bump on direct-ordered kits. Looks like you can turn a 38(t) kit into a 51% brass build if you are so inclined
wbill76
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Posted: Sunday, December 09, 2007 - 06:37 AM UTC

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Very cool! I recently saw this stuff on dragon's site, good to see a review come out this quickly! It comes in handy if their products work out, making it easy to hit the $50 free shipping bump on direct-ordered kits. Looks like you can turn a 38(t) kit into a 51% brass build if you are so inclined



Have to agree with you there Kevin, I added this one to the shopping cart as a filler item and because I've been having trouble locating the same barrel from other manufacturers for a variety of reasons. As far as the other sets that Griffon has available, they rival Voyager for the "all you care to eat" approach to brass sets for different kits.