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    Default Did HK ever make a reverse stretch K gun?

    Looking at a host marked "MP5K". The seller says it's a German host. But, its got the K front end with a single pin rear end. In essence it's a reverse stretched K gun. The gun is Marked MP5K... I'm skeptical that it's actually a German gun. The magwell is even marked "made in Germany".
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    What is the serial???

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    No.

    Sound like a 94 that for some reason got built into an RS.

    Neat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breitling View Post
    Looking at a host marked "MP5K". The seller says it's a German host. But, its got the K front end with a single pin rear end. In essence it's a reverse stretched K gun. The gun is Marked MP5K... I'm skeptical that it's actually a German gun. The magwell is even marked "made in Germany".
    11211 is the upper serial

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbinmt View Post
    No.

    Sound like a 94 that for some reason got built into an RS.

    Neat!
    +1^^^^^ said. Sounds like a cut down 94.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breitling View Post
    11211 is the upper serial
    Got any pics?

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    I have seen several RS guns built on HK 94 host. The ones I remember seeing years ago actually had HK MP5k barrels. I think RDTS was one of the original HKsmiths that did these builds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breitling View Post
    11211 is the upper serial
    HK94 (IG)--- RS not factory!!!

    Tony

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    HK GmbH never produced anything like what you describe.

    AGG confirms that with his masterful serial number confirmation.
    GREAT asset to have here BTW.

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    Thanks for confirming! What is something like that worth?

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