Up for bid is an original WWII issue Russian SVT 40 gas wrench, marked with a star, a 2 and an R inside a box. Someone lightly scratched SVT 40 on the other side, please see photo. Also included is a sight tool, also marked SVT 40 (lightly scratched) I don't know if it is an original or reproduction, but t is a mark of some sort on the top of the tool, again please see closeup. Overall condition of both is VERY GOOD PLUS.Buyer to include $5 shipping and handling for USPS priority shipping with delivery confirmation. Insurance is optional at the high bidders discretion and should only add a couple of dollars.
My terms are a one week, no questions asked return of your money, less shipping if you should be unhappy with your purchase for any reason. I would ask that the item be returned in the same condition it was sent and that the buyer pay for return shipping costs. We accept PAYPAL, money orders and personal checks. PAYPAL and money orders are shipped every Wednesday and Saturday, while personal checks will delay shipment for 10 working days. Once they clear your item will be shipped the next regular shipping day. Please direct any questions to me at Thank you and good luck with your bid. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS PLEASE READ BEFORE ASKING A QUESTION OR BIDDING . My wife and I think that "We Ship to the United States Only " is pretty clear, but the volume of interenational requests we get each week to ship overseas is staggering and suggests otherwise. AS PER EBAY POLICY , no gun parts are to be shipped outside the United States. Since nearly all our sales are gun parts or gun related, we only ship to addresses in the United States. We do not and will not make exceptions so don't ask us to. Despite posting this information on all our auctions for well over a year, we still get numerous requests each week to ship overseas. TFORE , If you write and ask for us to make an exception your question and email will be forwarded to Ebay for them to deal with you. You will not receive an answer from us. Quite frankly we are tired of answering, in many cases, the same bidders over and over again, if we'll make an exception just for them. You are asking us to violate Ebay policy and we won't. If you choose to ignore our terms and place a bid and "win" and don't have a US mailing address, we shall file a complaint with Ebay and leave you negative feedback. If you think this is too harsh, discuss it with Ebay, it is their policy.
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