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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Bears View Post
    So, what is the difference between the "Kal. .308" and the “Cal. .308” and why would the “Kal. .308” be stamped on the “Made in Germany” side and “Cal. .308” be stamped on the “HK91” side? And also, why would the “Kal. .308” be cooler? Is it because it was an early import? Just trying to figure this out because I have seen many different variations in these stampings on what appears to be the same rifle.
    My HK91 was made in 1978 and is stamped Kal .308 on the made in Germany side and no it has no effect on value over the later markings.

    $1400. for a $2300. - $2500. Gun? Somethings wrong Bud, that or the person selling it is an Idiot.

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    too much energy into the bolt carrier group, when it hits is rear travel limits, the rollers try to 'pop' out and if it happens with enough force, you get dimples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veritas View Post
    That is a total steal! Check the bolt gap and bore, the rest should be fine if those are. I always look for dimples in the rear of the rail indentations (where the A3 stock rails would slide) because when they exist, it is a clear indication of a bolt gap issue that exists or existed. From what you describe, I would be surprised if you had any issues. Good luck!
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    Thanks for that link.

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    This isn't on Armslist is it?
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    watch your dates, this is a five year old thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdonovan View Post
    watch your dates, this is a five year old thread.
    That's funny . You're the one that revived it ?

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    I was replying to ghosthk's post #23. don't know why his shows up as after mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdonovan View Post
    too much energy into the bolt carrier group, when it hits is rear travel limits, the rollers try to 'pop' out and if it happens with enough force, you get dimples.
    Ok. That makes sense. Thanks for the reply

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