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    A soldier detains a suspected gunman after a shootout between soldiers and suspected members of the Michoacan cartel known as "La Familia" (The Family), at the town of Zamora, in Michoacan January 21, 2011. Five suspected gunmen were arrested and their weapons were confiscated, according to local media




    Soldiers pack weapons confiscated from the detainees (behind) after a shootout between soldiers and suspected members of the Michoacan cartel known as "La Familia" (The Family), at the town of Zamora, in Michoacan January 21, 2011
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    Police run to the site where a police commander had been attacked by hitmen in Ciudad Juarez March 17, 2011. The commander of the special police unit Delta was attacked by hitmen who had been waiting outside his house. The attackers fled when the police chief shot dead one of them, according to local media.
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    Members of the federal police raise their weapons during a ceremony to mark Federal Police Day in Mexico City June 2, 2011. This is the inaugural celebration of this event after the Ministry of Federal Public Security (SSP) decreed June 2 as a day to honor the police forces.

    Federal Police officers march during a ceremony to designate June 2 as the Federal Police Day in Mexico City, Thursday, June 2, 2011.

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    And yet I can't bring my HK to Mexico. :(

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    The 'Ghost' is back... the non existent HK32K has shown itself again...


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    Maybe they are importing PRT's? Mmmm interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by axehole View Post
    Maybe they are importing PRT's? Mmmm interesting.
    I think the PTRs are made on a G3/91 receiver and use AK mags, isn't it?

    The ones seen in Mexico look like the real deal...

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    The Firearm Blog Mythical HK32 seen in the wild

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    Very interesting Wamba.


    More HK in Mexico-mexico_07.jpg
    Mexican journalists preparing to shoot with a 9mm pistol.
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    A journalist fires a gun type P7M13S, Heckler & Koch P7 Mexican manufactured version with frame-mounted safety lever placed on the right side of the frame as required by the Mexican government.
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    A photographer receives a pistol type P7M13S, Heckler & Koch P7 Mexican manufactured version with frame-mounted safety lever placed on the right side of the frame as required by the Mexican government.
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    Journalists in simulation with weapons designed in the virtual center adistramiento Special Forces, in a system used by the Mexican army to reduce costs and reduce accidents during training of newly recruited soldiers.
    More HK in Mexico-mexico_03.jpg

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    Known as the P7M13S locally manufactured version with frame-mounted safety lever placed on the right side of the frame as required by the Mexican government created under license in 1983 by Department of Military Industry and factories of SEDENA.
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    Journalists with a P7M13S manufactured version, with frame-mounted safety lever placed on the right side of the frame, required by the Mexican government created under license in 1983 by Direccion General de Fabricas of SEDENA.
    Thanks to "SiEMpre_Leal".

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    Wow. Mexican produced P7's.

    Any chance that they would export a version to the US?
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    Mexican Drug Cartel Captured Camouflaged HK


    We always enjoyed the HK 91 93 Desert and NATO Woodland Camouflage guns from the past.

    Here are some photos of Captured Mexican Drug Cartel HK weapons that are Camouflaged.










    Excuse me if they have been posted before. I am on a bad and slow connection that almost always makes viewing posts and pics very slow to impossible.

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