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    Quote Originally Posted by Indreams84 View Post
    Not to hijack, but when did these "hit" the civvie market?
    If I recall correctly, it was 2004!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Impractical--- updated daily!!!

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    You can release updates. Thing is, if you don't put it somewhere and something happens to you- then it is lost forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7n6 View Post
    You can release updates. Thing is, if you don't put it somewhere and something happens to you- then it is lost forever.
    It is securely stored--- those with the proper clearances have access to it--- it should not ever get lost!!!

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    An interesting point being the entry into the civilian market those DOJ/DOC guns made and imported after 1989.

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    I have seen several examples of the DOJ 94's back in the day.. Very beat up on the outside with electo penciled DOJ markings that were not that deep into the metal . You guys that have bought 94's since early 2000's need to look to see if your weapon has these markings under the refinish . Some have been refinished and sold as a " normal " pre 89 ban . The versions I saw were fired very little and carried a lot .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    You know that you could have PM'ed me!!!
    Based on my data, I have seen these serial numbers (43-15321 through 43-15716)--- mostly DOC rifles--- rare, but not as rare as the KB's, especially the few hundred that were not DOC.

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    Here's a late serial number "IK" for sale. Price is way too high, but it's definitely a DOC gun, in very nice condition with no rack numbers engraved that I can see.

    https://www.cdnnsports.com/hk-94-9mm...w-pre-ban.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerod View Post
    I have seen several examples of the DOJ 94's back in the day.. Very beat up on the outside with electo penciled DOJ markings that were not that deep into the metal . You guys that have bought 94's since early 2000's need to look to see if your weapon has these markings under the refinish . Some have been refinished and sold as a " normal " pre 89 ban . The versions I saw were fired very little and carried a lot .
    I have seen many examples of CA DOC rifles with no rack numbers (i.e., no electro-stenciling) and very little, finish wear!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRM19k View Post
    Here's a late serial number "IK" for sale. Price is way too high, but it's definitely a DOC gun, in very nice condition with no rack numbers engraved that I can see.

    https://www.cdnnsports.com/hk-94-9mm...w-pre-ban.html
    Thank you--- I did not have that one --- the bolt head is "IH"--- not unusual, as the HK94's, during this time period, were assembled with "available" parts!!!

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    Mine had very, very little wear, and does not have the rack number stenciled on it. In fact, mine appears to have been, or carried, very little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    You know that you could have PM'ed me!!!
    Based on my data, I have seen these serial numbers (43-15321 through 43-15716)--- mostly DOC rifles--- rare, but not as rare as the KB's, especially the few hundred that were not DOC.

    Tony
    Mine's in the low 43-15900s and was in good shape at purchase.

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