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Old 08-06-2010, 06:08 AM
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No, a real MP5, but semi instead of full/burst
Meet the MP5SF.


http://www.heckler-koch.de/HKWebText.../1926/126/4/20
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Old 08-06-2010, 06:15 AM
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Is this currently available in America,in an un-neutered state?
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Old 08-06-2010, 07:36 AM
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Modern production of the Girandoni air rifle, except not extremely delicate

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girandoni_Air_Rifle

The thing shot .51 caliber BB's with the muzzle velocity of a .45!
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Old 08-06-2010, 08:54 AM
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They don't sell MP5SFs here, at least not that I've seen. They are sold to and usually seen in the hands of various Europen Law Enforcement Agencies who want the MP5 system with a semi-auto only firemode. It seems a bit strange, but some LE guys over there don't see the need for full auto weapons, and if you think about it, full auto is mostly for suppression, and I can't see many scenarios where suppressive fire could be called upon in LE duty, aside from North Hollywood type gun battles, but those are few and far between.

Oddly enough they will do all kinds of firemodes on the MP5s. I saw a guy selling some MP5s for his LE agency here in America and they had semi-auto and 2 round burst firemodes, no 3 round or auto. Interesting stuff.
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wow, colt should know to update the grip and stock if their making an expensive new rifle.
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Mass production of the H&K P7M7
Why? This was the worst gun I've ever shot. The grip safety is insanely stiff and throws off accuracy horribly.
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Why? This was the worst gun I've ever shot. The grip safety is insanely stiff and throws off accuracy horribly.
It would be nice for H&K to make a gun that was actually worth the money you would spend on it
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Why? This was the worst gun I've ever shot. The grip safety is insanely stiff and throws off accuracy horribly.
It's not a safety, it is the cocking mechanism. My brother-in-law has one, and I've fired it and love it. It bucks a bit because of the gas piston, but that allowed the pistol to use any type of ammo without changing the springs. I find it to be very accurate, and I'd own one if I could afford it. The only complaint I have is that the cocking mechanism is a tad noisy. It is a good pistol for a south paw, which we both are.

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wow, colt should know to update the grip and stock if their making an expensive new rifle.
Are you referring to the Colt SCAR Light I posted? If so, then why fix what isn't broken?
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A triple barreled shotgun.
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