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Posted by Aidan on 02/09/2017 06:17
This is an amazing site. I can't wait to buy the smle rifle. However, there are only a few ww1 guns, and like, a million ww2 guns. Please qdd more ww1 guns!
Posted by Chris Pratt on 07/07/2017 09:23
I have almost all your American Civil War hand guns plus a Henry repeater 1860, a Winchester 1866 and a Sharps Cavalry Carbine. I am extremely satisfied and have never been disappointed with all of these products, and would recommend them to anyone who wants to create a great display of the change in weapons that took place at this time. However, I would love to have a Remington 1858 New Army to add to my collection. Will Denix ever produce a replica of this revolver? I believe it to be one of the most, if not the most, important handguns ever produced and used during the Civil War.
Posted by Thomas Tefft on 12/06/2017 10:54
Purchased a Colt Navy 1861 and a Colt Pocket Percussion Revolver, both great quality, I love them a lot!
A product I would love to see you all make would be the M3 Grease Gun.
Posted by Jon Wright on 17/05/2017 20:41
Thank you so much James for your hospitality today . It was a absolute pleasure to view the processes, meet you talented staff and discuss future projects . You and your staff are a credit to menorca . Jon Wright
Posted by Gianmaria on 26/04/2017 22:43
Hello,

First of all congratulations for your work; I bought from you a Winchester 1892, a Sharps rifle, the Colt Dragoon, Army 1860 and Peacemaker 4.75 and a Baby Philadelphia Derringer.

If you accept a board, besides some famous but somewhat predictable models (of World War II or later) proposed by some customers, my advice would be to produce some earlier but of historic guns:

Martini Henry Mark II Rifle
Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Carbine
Whitworth Rifle
Pattern 1800 Infantry Rifle (Baker Rifle)
Fusil Modèle 1866 (Chassepot Rifle)
Mannlicher M1888
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