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Old 06-22-2009, 06:25 AM
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Default Some custom guns just go too far........

Converted HK51 to belt fed. So a belt fed subgun in 7.62x51mm? A bit ridiculous, no?

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Old 06-22-2009, 06:33 AM
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Nice, I wish I had one of those.
Real compact machinegun, kind of like the ARES SHRIKE.
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Old 06-22-2009, 08:17 AM
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Ah the HK-51B, frankly it's usually too short for my tastes. Usually I will use one fictionally for various cyborg/Android characters when they are expecting something to hit the fan and they want to make sure that the fan breaks.
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It'd be useful if secret service needed to mow down a couple hundred terrorists at once with something they could conceal, but it doesn't seem all that practical.
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Old 06-22-2009, 04:02 PM
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Is that one of the FJ Vollmer conversions?

It gets worse. They also make that same gun, except with a shorter barrel, no stock, and an MP5K-style vertical grip. In other words, a "belt-fed machine pistol". I think it was called the HK51K or something.
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It gets worse. They also make that same gun, except with a shorter barrel, no stock, and an MP5K-style vertical grip. In other words, a "belt-fed machine pistol". I think it was called the HK51K or something.
Is there a special limited edition 'even worse than that' version with a Stinger tube welded to the top?
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That's pretty cool.
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Is that one of the FJ Vollmer conversions?

It gets worse. They also make that same gun, except with a shorter barrel, no stock, and an MP5K-style vertical grip. In other words, a "belt-fed machine pistol". I think it was called the HK51K or something.
it wasn't belt fed, or at least the examples I've seen are not. Two are confirmed to have been used in the Steven Segal film "Marked for Death". Remind me that when the film is finally made into a page to make sure the HK-51K is added to the G-3 page.
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Old 06-26-2009, 03:44 AM
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it wasn't belt fed, or at least the examples I've seen are not. Two are confirmed to have been used in the Steven Segal film "Marked for Death". Remind me that when the film is finally made into a page to make sure the HK-51K is added to the G-3 page.
Maybe it wasn't called the HK51K, I can't remember. But Vollmer did make a gun like the HK51K that was belt-fed; I just don't remember what they called it.
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