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Thread: Are any of the clones as well made and reliable as an original HK (91,93,94---)??

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    Default Are any of the clones as well made and reliable as an original HK (91,93,94---)??

    What is the consensus among owners, are any of the clones as good as or better than an original HK, 91,93,94,89---??

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    LOL let me give you short answer Hell no...

    MKE comes the closest IMO

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    You went full retard, man. Never go full retard...

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    MKE isn't as pretty but it's as good.

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    The fit and finish on the last few MKEs I saw was HORRIBLE. like crappy SW bad...
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    So not worth wasting money on the clones?

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    In my humble opinion, original HK is the standard, and all others fall short to some degree or another, even if they come close. However, for the money, you get a reasonable facsimile which will function about as well, depending upon the maker, and the quality of the parts you choose. I have not seen or used an MKE, Springfield Armory, FMP, Vector, the latest DJF guns. My opinion is based on observation of the web and owning at various times a CA 89, a Turnfab MP5K clone, HK94, an HK SP89, and a Dakota Tactical D54P... I still own my SP89/MP5K-N, HK94/MP5 sbr, and the D54P.
    HK Urbach MP5K-N with SWR QD3K
    Fleming Reg. Sear
    Dakota Tactical D54P pistol
    HK USP Tactical w/ Gemtech SOS 45 (ret), Silencerco Osprey 45
    Michael's Machines MM23E
    HK VP9

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    Personally, I would not buy a genuine HK roller lock due to the fact that I shoot thousands of rounds through my guns in semi and full auto. Seems like a waste of money to buy an HK just to shoot the hell out of it and kill it's resale value.

    Get a good clone (Ghilliebear or Chopstix) and use the money you save on the gun purchase for ammo or towards a full auto sear.
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    My PTR 91 has been just as reliable/accurate and looks just as good as my HK 91 and when I bought it new was 1/3rd the price/value
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    Thanks for the information.

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