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    Can We Do German Guns Next?

    So we’ve had combloc and Israeli. Let’s take it to another country. I’ve always liked German cars and guns.

    I will start it off with a German tank. 1994 date code USP40. One of the few platforms actually designed around the .40.
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    #2
    I have 2 Walther pistols from Germany a PPKS &TPH , both are 22LR, both were gunbroker purchases. The TPH can fit in a marborocigarette box.
    stay alive, carry a 45

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      #3
      Oh boy, I think we have a couple of heavy hitters here when it comes to German firearms.....
      “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
      Algernon Blackwood

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        #4
        HK MK23 with KAC MK23 suppressor
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        not German per se as its prewar Belgian, but the Germans did sieze control of the plant during the war and produce their own..
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        #5
        Originally posted by blue70chevelle View Post
        HK MK23 with KAC MK23 suppressor
        Screenshot_20220114-175626_Instagram.jpg
        not German per se as its prewar Belgian, but the Germans did sieze control of the plant during the war and produce their own..
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        I will eventually get a mk23. I just need an FFL willing to do the transfer if I come with a non threaded barrel. It’s basically my holy grail gun.

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        #6
        1984 West German Sig P225
        Attached Files
        Life Member:
        American Suppressor Association
        Gun Owners of America
        Second Amendment Foundation
        National Rifle Association

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          #7
          Lousy photo of a nice pistol, German Ortgies in 32 AUTO. It is the only gun I own, right now, that was made in Germany.

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          Glenn B
          Registered User!
          Last edited by Glenn B; 01-14-2022, 07:52 PM.
          Retired and loving it.

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            #8
            (When I replied to this thread about the "heavy hitters", I wasn't implying myself. I knew I had a few, but forgot about HK's and older Sigs, etc. I was really talking about some really nice, special German firearms I know a few here have.)

            Real German HK 91's (sold the middle one to a friend that kept nagging, "but you got three..." ) 7.62 x 51mm
            I also have numerous copies, but none are from Germany.

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            Dan 0351
            Instructor/Collector
            Last edited by Dan 0351; 01-14-2022, 08:21 PM.
            “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
            Algernon Blackwood

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            • Dan 0351
              Dan 0351
              Instructor/Collector
              Dan 0351 commented
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              ^^^ THIS ^^^
              Yes, I have numerous copies of HK rifles, including the 91(G3), 93 (33), 94(MP5). I never really set out to collect the copies, but I get phone calls.....then my wallet gets lighter.....then, a few hours later I ask myself, "Why do you have six copies of a (HK91, FN FAL, Galil, etc.) when you have the originals?" and it's always the same reply, "Because it was a good price..." (I need some couch time)
              Dan 0351
              Instructor/Collector
              Last edited by Dan 0351; 01-15-2022, 08:40 AM.

            • LI Ammo
              LI Ammo
              Gunseller
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              Dan, don't kid yourself, you will never find the couch. You know that if I called you right now and said "I have this gun saved for you Dan", you would send me the money. Buying the right guns for the right money is cheaper than paying a shrink to tell you not to.

            • Dan 0351
              Dan 0351
              Instructor/Collector
              Dan 0351 commented
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              Yessir, I've already listed you as one of my main 'suppliers' and enablers for when my family does the intervention.....I'm a sucker for a gun bargain.

            #9
            HK 93 (5.56mm),

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            “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
            Algernon Blackwood

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            • SemiAutoFetish
              SemiAutoFetish
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              Not sure where the Century Arms C93's were made (maybe Spain by Cetme?), but I have one of those. knock off version of this

            • Dan 0351
              Dan 0351
              Instructor/Collector
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              Yeah, me too. That's the range toy - the HK is a safe queen and ain't ashamed to admit it! lol

            #10
            HK 94 w/faux suppressor (9mm)

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            “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
            Algernon Blackwood

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              #11
              HK SL-8 (5.56mm)

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              “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
              Algernon Blackwood

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              #12
              HK USC (.45 acp) w/factory fake suppressor

              HK USC 45 (2).jpg
              “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
              Algernon Blackwood

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              #13
              HK SP89 pistol ((mm)

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              “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
              Algernon Blackwood

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              #14
              My Walther Q4 Steel Frame. Forty ounces of German steel.

              Regards ---------

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              #15
              Ok I have far too many German weapons. What do you want to see? I’ve posted far too many K98, G41, G/K43, VG etc

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