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    Just a curious question; since the California DOJ HK94's were imported post 1989, did the ATF ever put anything out in writing saying they were ok with being available for civilian sales?

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    HK was allowed to retain 200-300 to retail for civilian sales--- no castle (i.e., SP89) rear sights--- permission papers with HK!!!
    From a collector's standpoint, these would be really nice to have.

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    Are these DOJ 94's legal to import into Connecticut under the current AWB?

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    What's any different about these? They're just 94s right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fordemti View Post
    What's any different about these? They're just 94s right?
    I would assume that the difference between them and anything else you could buy that
    was made after 86 was that they were built with 100% German parts?

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    Yes, they were imported after the 1989 assault rifle import ban. They were imported for law enforcement use. After using them, the agency sold them as "surplus". I think the general consensus is that one a post 89 import goes through the hands of a LE agency, then they are free and clear for civilian ownership. But I was just wondering if the ATF ever put anything in writing say that was OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by har1340 View Post
    Are these DOJ 94's legal to import into Connecticut under the current AWB?
    Probably not if they are post-89!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fordemti View Post
    What's any different about these? They're just 94s right?
    16-flute barrels and ? (cannot remember right now) upgrades--- not to mention that the KB/91 is the newest HK94 that one can possess!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lohe View Post
    I would assume that the difference between them and anything else you could buy that
    was made after 86 was that they were built with 100% German parts?
    You probably meant 89.

    86 was the machine gun ban.


    The trade-off potential on the DOJ guns is that they could have had significant wear due to a lot of shooting. But they are all over the place when it comes to this. Some are very worn and some were just carried around a lot in the trunk of a squad car so exterior wear is all the really have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by har1340 View Post
    Are these DOJ 94's legal to import into Connecticut under the current AWB?
    No... you have some seriously screwed up legislators in CT.

    House Minority Leader Lawrence F. Cafero Jr., R-Norwalk, pictured standing, far right, speaks while colleagues Rep. Barbara Lambert, D-Milford and Rep. Jack F. Hennessy, D-Bridgeport, play solitaire Monday night as the House convened to vote on a new budget. (AP)

    The guy sitting in the row in front of these two....he's on Facebook, and the guy behind Hennessy is checking out the baseball scores.


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