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North East Mk2 Sten GBB

North East Mk2 Sten GBB


  • Full steel structure (excludes breech block, its aluminum alloy.) with Manganese phosphate coating
  • Realistic marking, structure and manufacturing
  • Lightweight breech block made by aluminum alloy, provides strong kick, to simulates the physical experience of firearms
  • Stamping marking imitates wartime craftsmanship to endow with ornamental value
  • Bolt hold open and cross bolt safety ensure gun can be transported without accidental discharge
  • 32 round stick magazine with design features that prevents over gassing despite sideways firing action
  • Field strips realistically and can be stored very compactly if needed
  • One of the most realistic WWII gas blowback replicas available

The STEN MK.II submachine gun is a British submachine gun, designed by Major Reginald V. Shepherd (S) and Harold Turpin (T), and Enfield (EN). Seen in use in several conflicts, but most famously known for its prevalence in WWII footage with British and Commonwealth troops, commandos, and paratroopers. With its unique side-feeding magazine well and simplicity; The STEN is a standout submachine gun produced during a desperate time in world history when Britain produced something quick and useful their forces could get their hands on.

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