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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    I'm not much of a weapon expert so excuse my ignorance.
    What's that thing below the G43?
    Looks like a G3-MP5-StG44 hybrid to me...
    It should be one of the first models of G3. Here i'm showing two different versions of a 1966 H&K G3, caliber 308. The buttstock, the pistol grip and the rear and front sight and the muzzle-break are the same. Only handguard and magazine look different. The one at left is fitted with scope and front bipod. The one at right has a wooden handguard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wehrmacht39 View Post
    Just picked this up for $300.00 The guy sold it cheap cause he thought it was broke, but it turned out he just had it put together wrong
    What a bargain, Wehrmacht39!!! May you ask to that guy if he has some other broken weapons and, of course, if he needs to get rid of 'em?
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    I'm not much of a weapon expert so excuse my ignorance.
    What's that thing below the G43?
    Looks like a G3-MP5-StG44 hybrid to me...
    It looks to me like an HK-93 In 5.56x45mm NATO. The magazine is way to small for the 7.62x51mm NATO (308)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wehrmacht39 View Post
    It looks to me like an HK-93 In 5.56x45mm NATO. The magazine is way to small for the 7.62x51mm NATO (308)
    You're right, Wehrmacht39. The only doubt i had, it was related to the caliber. Infact the magazine is smaller than the 1966 HK G3. In this picture there are the HK93A2 (upper) and the HK93A3 with collapsible stock.
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    At least I sensed it was made by Heckler & Koch...
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    A visit to the range, my son and I go whenever I am in town, nothing serious, .22 target pistols, I'm shooting a S&W 22S W/ an aimpoint type designator. Distance is 75 feet./25mtr
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    This one is new, I haven't had opportunity to break it in yet. A Savage 110BA in .338 Lapua Mag. W/ a 10-40x56 scope. It will make an excellent 1,000 meter rifle. (assuming I will ever make a 1,000 meter shooter)
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    Well, my plans are not so grand as that just yet, just getting used to this rifle, and one other which i will eventually use for 1,000 mtr, the .338 will in time and when I find a range large enough, be used for 1 mile shooting. I have just zeroed the Model 12 Savage, and will break in, and zero the 110BA this week. Pic is the 100 meter zero target for the Mod. 12 .308 Win.
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    HK 93


    I should have labeled it.

    ..MJ..
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    I had seen this unusual rifle a few times, very intriguing 22" triangular barrel design with an integral muzzle brake. This is supposed to aid in cooling, and reduce weight. Its from Remington, a model 700 VTR (Varmint-Tactical Rifle) I decided to buy one just to see if it was any good. I got it in .223 Rem. and put on a 10-40x scope. Although I'm no super shooter, the rifle performed well for me, and printed a nice 100 yd group after break in, using regular commercial ammunition with 55 gr. FMJ bullets. So far, its very enjoyable to use. And won't bruise your shoulder.
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    Original C 96 Mauser in 9mm Parabellum.
    Branded with a "nine" filled in red to distinguish from more common 7.63mm.
    Many original 7.63s have been ruined in recent years by folks firing 7.62x25 Tokerev in them.
    That ammo is much too hot for these old guns, it batters them to pieces in short order.
    I have a lot of stuff of this vintage and fire them less than I used to.
    Value is way up and breaking a small numbered part is very detracting to that.

    1917 "Artillery Luger I have owned 40 years. Fun to shoot with stock, but getting too valuable to risk.

    I have a few mismatched pieces I fire more often.
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    Gotta love the broomhandle, always a favorite, like it better than the Bergman Bayard.

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    C96 +1 Very nice.

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    Brooms tend to be unwieldy without stock, but attatching it really tames them.
    Scnellfeurers are nuts-what were they thinking?
    In the 60s they were illegal with stock, and I got caught in 1966 with a complete mint matching rig from a vet.
    I was 19 and going into the army. They let me "abandon" it to avoid legal issues.

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    The ATF had no sense of humor about the shoulder stock, their determination at the time was that attached or not, or even if missing the metal part that attached it to the pistol, it still constituted a short barreled rifle. Thankfully, the stock was added to the exceptions list, and allowed without a form 4.

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