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7.92mm STG45-MP-45

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7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Armeiro on 14 Nov 2008 20:16

STG45;MP45...what in hell is it? :x :x :x
...probably everyone has their own post with it.
...7.92mm MP-45...http://www.greyfalcon.us/Weapons.htm
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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Cool-E on 15 Nov 2008 02:54

It's not anything seen on the link you posted. What was the point of that?
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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Armeiro on 15 Nov 2008 13:23

...weapon n.5 from the top,mp45,normally called stg45.
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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Ingsoc75 on 15 Nov 2008 17:36

Well I see the Photoshop image I created of me and my 3d Stg-45 has surfaced once again! :D
This time it's being tagged 7.92mm Mauser STG-45 prototypes and in the field :lol: :lol:

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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Armeiro on 15 Nov 2008 17:52

Ingsoc75 wrote:Well I see the Photoshop image I created of me and my 3d Stg-45 has surfaced once again! :D
This time it's being tagged 7.92mm Mauser STG-45 prototypes and in the field :lol: :lol:

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...is it a real stg45,or just a fake prop?
Was there a field manual for it?
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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Ingsoc75 on 16 Nov 2008 04:27

Nope, it's a 3d computer model I did a few years ago and composited in Photoshop (and yes that is me and my awful attempt to overlay some Leibermuster camo on me trousers). :wink:

If there is a field manual it is most likely a post-war US one and probably at the Springfield Armory where I did get to see a real Gerät 06(M) this summer.
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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Rikard Hufschmied on 17 Nov 2008 10:15

Some fakes, not period and unconfirmed on that page:
One example: "Suppressed 7.92mm MG-34" are modern Reflex suppressors
http://guns.connect.fi/rs/MG.html
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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby Ingsoc75 on 27 Dec 2008 00:34

I found some new photos of the online from Springfield Armory museum:

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Re: 7.92mm STG45-MP-45

Postby shaba on 17 Jul 2012 17:57

Ian at forgotten weapons has uncovered the true origin of the mp45 apprantly it was built in switzerland post war.http://www.forgottenweapons.com/caveat- ... prototype/
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