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    Warning, Gun Thread! Dmax 90C

    Posted to Facebook by the International Firearm Specialist Academy. Their post in quotes. I never heard of this gun before before but I am going out on a limb and guess that between Dan 0351 and Rrudo74901 and @Pate there are at least 5 specimens. I put the over/under at five and open the floor to your guesses! LOL

    Seriously, I've never heard of it but it does look like that Russian PPSh-41, about which I know even less than this gun.

    "We ran into a rare rifle recently that you might like to know about. Actually three of them went through an auction and they went for over $1200 each.
    From the days when most high-capacity semiautomatics were made of wood and steel, it’s an interesting closed bolt rifle called the Dmax 90C. They were manufactured in Auburn Washington from 1988 to 1993. They were made in 9mm, 10mm, .40s&w, and .45acp. The 9mm used Sten mags and the other calibers used M3 “Greasegun” mags. They were designed with a left side reciprocating charging handle, and were made in both a rifle and a pistol version.
    Having been designed by a retired law enforcement officer, they are quite unique. To start with, they have round Sten/Sterling type receivers, of course using a round bolt and combined that with AK trigger parts. Having a tubular receiver design w/ a full length ventilated bbl. shroud in a finish that heavily resembles that of the British Sterling. This simple blowback operated design feeds from a left side mounted magazine in a similar manner to that of the infamous British STEN. Fixed blade front sight w/ an adjustable rear peep sight. These have potential to be an accurate pistol caliber carbine.
    Sadly, the production fell victim to the "Assault Weapons" laws & manufacturing was ceased shortly after the 1994 ban. & safety. We just thought you might like to know."


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    #2
    Never heard of it
    looks like a modified sten tube gun

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      #3
      I’d like one lol

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        #4
        I've seen it on the internet, but don't own one. Now, I'd like to, but most of my collecting back then was of semi-auto versions of military firearms, not 'put-togethers' that were never issued, like this.
        “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
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        • Rrudo74901
          Rrudo74901 commented
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          We need some squirt guns

        • Dan 0351
          Dan 0351 commented
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          Yeah, but there are some legal-for-now close options......lol

        • Rrudo74901
          Rrudo74901 commented
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          Throw a suppressor on that in 45 and love it

          Hush puppy

        #5
        Looks like the British Sterling
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          #6
          It's bothering me that I can't remember what that thing reminds me of.....something Australian, maybe.

          EDIT: F1, maybe.
          Last edited by Dan 0351; 11-09-2021, 03:56 PM.
          “The Wise are silent, the Foolish speak, and children are thus led astray.”
          Algernon Blackwood

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            #7
            British Lancaster SMG followed by British Sterling SMG

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            Exercise the Bill of Rights. It's good for your Constitution.

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            • Dan 0351
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              Nah, not for me. I know the Lancaster and have two versions of the Sterling. Something different and rare.......hmmmm......

            • Finicky Fat Guy
              Finicky Fat Guy commented
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              I've never handled on so take this with a grain of salt but I never liked the side loading magazine.

            #8
            i was in a gun shop in PA and he had a Finish Sunomi KP-31. This kinda looks like it....kinda...
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