Stg-45 photos

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Uninen
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Post by Uninen » 06 Apr 2006 09:39

http://www.sturmgewehr.com/bhinton/Germ ... tG45_A.jpg

That weapon there is real StG 45, the other pics from there seem like replicas and the folding stock thing as utter bs still.

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Post by dect » 06 Apr 2006 10:37

And one more - probably the only one known photo of StG 45 (H) prototype by Haenel.
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StG 45 auction

Post by SplFrcsCWO » 07 Apr 2006 18:23

The rifle up for auction isn't a "real" StG 45. When you register an NFA firearm, you can call it whatever you want. I can turn an HK SP89 pistol into a short-barreled rifle and change the designation to StG 45. That doesn't mean it really is one.

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Does this part move?

Post by Ingsoc75 » 08 Apr 2006 14:53

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Post by BaggyPants » 08 Apr 2006 16:25

Yes, it does move. It is supposed to be kept in the down position to help keep dirt out. When you cock the weapon, it rolls open.

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Post by Juha Tompuri » 10 Apr 2006 00:41

andy101506 wrote:im confused by the post of the pics of the mp-45 ive found pictures on the internet saying that this was the mp-45

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