Video # 400 - Machine gun parts found in the river!

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Well Guys and Gals this is my 400th YouTube video!. I hope yall enjoy it!. I went back to a spot on the river where I previously dug a rusty Uzi from the 1980s, I wondered up stream and started finding weird gun parts all over the place, most of them I didn't know what they were til I asked some people. I normally don't plan on finding WW2 related guns but I did. All of the parts are in bad shape, some have been sawed in half, and none of the parts go together. I probably have pieces to 4 or 5 different guns and none of them have serial numbers on them. It was an amazing hunt for sure , I think some of the gun parts I dug go off an Thompson machine gun but I'm no expert on guns. Tell me what yall think. I am going to try to report the guns but I don't know if it will help without any serial numbers, plus they are so beat up and rusty that they are useless . Thanks For Watching ! Good Luck and Happy Hunting !

That's funny because I just saw that part of the ppsh and new before u put it up on the screen
U found a ppsh barrel
Ricky Leyva
Cole Churchill
An uzi ain't even that big
Cole Churchill
It looks like a M16 but idk if they had them back then
Cole Churchill
I don't think that was an uzi
Hunter Jackson
the ppsh 41 is my favorite gun in history
if he stays there for a while he might be able to make a full gun XD
Kathy David
off a gun
zackim regis
part of a gun
skillz_from_the_boss _sup
ww2 nachine gun
Joseph Saliba
the weird slide is for a Thompson Gun.
Dean E
Relic hunting the eastern front episode 5, identifies most of these guns. Probably when they passed 1968 gun control act, whoever owned these dumped them, or somebody inherited them, and knew without tax stamp they were illegal to own. There was a cutoff date to register, and purchase a tax stamp. Their all full auto weapons from WWII, little later on the uzi, a tax stamp is required to own them, and notifying the local sheriff he has full auto weapon in his jurisdiction is required. The multiple lower receivers appear to be stg44's, barrel shroud a burp gun..
That's a ppsh. you lucky son of a fuck.
aluminum Thompson receivers are spectacularly rare. Great find.
little girl in a big world
did you turn it in to the police at least there could have a murder think smarter not dummer
Kayla Howar
cool it's a river gun
Bubba 4440
Bubba 4440
that iron "stick" that he first got with the magnet is the buttstock to the uzi
Loisel Louis
Bro you got a full sa vz 23 its amazing
Kelly Nash
it was the stock of the uzi
Brody Edwards
It probably was a flooded battleground
never seen anyone get so happy over finding Junk
Madelyn Miller
Hi you sent my cousin a picture,card ,and an autograph with a letter on may 9
Daniel La Breche
ppsh barrel reciever .thompson upper 3 thompson lowers uzi lower n barrel and a sa 23
405 gamr h20
it is ppsh
Nate Paulson
Got some great 1928 Thompson Sub-Machine Gun parts in the mix. Good work.
Chad Dixon
Ppsh. Russian sub gun from ww2. Some of one anyway. Maybe demilled if it was cut. Probably from a burglary, too hot to sell or the theif got scared.
nichalas reacts
or the medle detector
nichalas reacts
do not drop the magonite
looks like the local law enforcement office chopped up and dump the automatics they had in inventory a long time ago. seen a M16 lower a Thomson lower uzi parts a silencer
7:55 is the barrel to the Uzi
Drew Yeet
The first thing was a stalk
Hunter Harris
sten gun parts and that semi complete one is a cz 26
Jason Regazio
First gun barrel is from a ppsh
Thore Kurz
Looks you found a mafia place or something😂
Thore Kurz
13:00 i guess it's a silencer
Javier Oseguera
it is a superser for a pistel
sounds like the area you live in has a very low crime rate.
Ya no doubt they killed people with them guns because they where in parts
Арсений Ратников
А откуда там ППШ-41 взялся?
Nicholas Coleman
They were guns for target practice if you saw the bullets they were penitrating the brass plates that were red and the plates had marks of a bullet hitting the plates
The Gamer
Or did he do the this vid to Show he wasn't a murderer
The Gamer
The gun parts are from murderers or robbers
Aaron De Bruin
the huge fat barrol looking thing was a suppressor
Potato Gamming
it's a suppressor
advanced soldier
what a waste of gun parts fucking criminals
Dah flash
who says film anymore
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