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    Default HK SR9 and SR9TC

    Looking for SR9 or SR9TC with box?

    Morphy Auction, August 11, 12 and 13.

    https://issuu.com/morphyauctions/doc...k![/QUOTE]


    Lot nos. 3306 and 3307.
    These are not my weapons for sale!

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    That link doesn’t take you to the correct place. Try this one (I’m not good at this type thing and had to edit this many times)

    https://issuu.com/morphyauctions/doc...k![/QUOTE]

    There are a few nice HK items towards the end of the catalog.

    Quite a few nice pieces in there. I wasted a few hours looking this morning.
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    Thanks for correcting my error. Surprised to see two up for sale they are rare. I had my TC since the 90's. I didn't check the entire catalog as I stopped at the TC. I deleted my link and added yours.
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    Yeah you really should take a look through the catalog. There are some neat things in there.
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    I'm not used to seeing the PSG wood grip without the base pad attached. Took me a minute to figure out what I was look at.

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    Same here I kept looking at the both rifles for a few seconds trying to figure out what was different about these two rifles. The SR9TC came from the factory with the base pad. So it makes me wonder if its a real TC. I have the original Warranty Card for proof. A few years back I heard some people were adding the parts and stamping the receivers TC. The stamps were never perfect even on the the original TC's. I think HK stamped them to sell as competition rifle in the USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankD View Post
    Same here I kept looking at for a few seconds trying to figure out what was different about these two rifles. The SR9TC came from the factory with the base pad. So it makes me wonder if its a real TC. I have the original Warranty Card to prove that mine it is a TC. I heard some people were adding the parts and stamping the receiver. The stamps were never perfect even on the the original TC's. I think they were stamped in the states to sell a competition rifle.
    Tell me about the warranty card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankD View Post
    Same here I kept looking at the both rifles for a few seconds trying to figure out what was different about these two rifles. The SR9TC came from the factory with the base pad. So it makes me wonder if its a real TC. I have the original Warranty Card for proof. A few years back I heard some people were adding the parts and stamping the receivers TC. The stamps were never perfect even on the the original TC's. I think HK stamped them to sell as competition rifle in the USA.
    Its amazing what ppl dont read in ads...........
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    Default SR9TC Warranty Card

    My warranty card that came with the rifle. I'm the second owner.
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