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Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by Generalcarry, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. Generalcarry

    Generalcarry NRA Member

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    a 5.56mm H&K 93, H&K 7.62 model 91 or a 9mm model 94. The rifle would be a gift and all I know about them is he bought them for $550 each and this would have probably have been in the 1970's. I have NO intention of selling this rifle, it's a gift from an old friend.
     
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    Wow any of em would be awsome. If I had to choose I'd have to go with the 91. No particular reaso. Other than I've always wanted one
     

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    Generalcarry NRA Member

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    I remember him telling me that H&K contacted him years ago and wanted to buy back one the the rifles. I believe it had to do with auto conversions.
     
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    barth six barrels

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    Any of the three is an amazing gift.
    This is a win, win, win situation.
    You really can't make a bad choice.
    If you have no intention of selling and intent to shoot it?
    Then just choose the caliber you would prefer.
    And enjoy an outstanding weapon.
     
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    rootbrain Mayan Priest

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    If you hunt, the 7.62 would be the best for large game, the 5.56 for varmit and 9mm great for HD.

    Rootbrain
     
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    ca survivor

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    hard to pick one, I will probably go for the 93 just because of the 5.56 and less weight.
     
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    I shot a 93 once and it was very sweet. Heavy, but sweet. I had the pleasure of shooting a MP5, (full auto version of the 94), but that was a different animal. If I was going to have that heavy of a rifle of that type I would pick the 91.

    Memory lane---I remember when those guns were in Shotgun News for that price.