Scarce WWII Philippine 12 Ga Monkey Gun!
Guns International #: 101010633 Seller's Inventory #:
Category: Military Shotguns - Non-US - Military Arms
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Company: Ye Olde Post Office Antiques & Militaria
Member Since: 5/24/07
First Name: James
Last Name: Mitchell
Country: United States
Phone: (251) 510-5007
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Cashier's Check, Money Order, USPS Money Order
These guns were originally quite crude 12 Ga slam fire shotguns, which were used to kill game “such as monkeys” to eat. When the war came to the Philippines the people realized they could be used to kill Japanese soldiers and take their weapons. This cheap shotgun served the same purpose as the Guide Lamp 45 did in Europe. This Monkey Gun is complete and workable. However, I would consider it a War Time Collectible and would NOT advise shooting it. If you collect weapons from the WWII Pacific area, you need this for your collection! Buyer pays $35.00 shipping. Three-day inspection allowed if notification is given and item is returned UNALTERED, less shipping. FFL or C&R required! No sales of modern guns to California. Any weapon you plan to shoot should be inspected by a competent gunsmith before firing.