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    So I won a auction for a H&R T223 mag the ones they made for the first HK33 for Nam ..I have never seen em before other then in reference pic so was wondering how rare are they and also were they h&r made or HK made ?

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    So that is who I was bidding agasint ..I already got a email from him about it ...He will be first on the list to sell it if down the road I decided to sell

    Thanks for the links ..Should have searced more I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrongrecroom View Post
    So that is who I was bidding agasint ..I already got a email from him about it ...He will be first on the list to sell it if down the road I decided to sell

    Thanks for the links ..Should have searced more I guess
    Did you receive the proverbial "tongue lashing"???

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Did you receive the proverbial "tongue lashing"???

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    Lol not yet ..Frankly if I had know how bad he wanted it I might have let him win I though it was just some rando on GB not a man despertly searching for the his last missing thing ... Oh well

    I email him and told him that he is first in line if I decided to sell the thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Did you receive the proverbial "tongue lashing"???

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    Okay, I did get a chuckle out of that but actually it was quite the opposite, congrats were sent.

    Quote Originally Posted by wrongrecroom View Post
    Lol not yet ..Frankly if I had know how bad he wanted it I might have let him win I though it was just some rando on GB not a man despertly searching for the his last missing thing ... Oh well

    I email him and told him that he is first in line if I decided to sell the thing
    Yes, thank you for your reply I did receive it. Appreciate it!
    Not desperate, I have one but I do enjoy the thrill of the hunt for a second one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrongrecroom View Post
    So I won a auction for a H&R T223 mag the ones they made for the first HK33 for Nam ..I have never seen em before other then in reference pic so was wondering how rare are they and also were they h&r made or HK made ?
    The mag and rifle were manufactured by HK.

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    Some pics from a 1966 HK33 manual.
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    This needs to be saved. Always great to learn new stuff. Excellent piece of history.

    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    Okay, I did get a chuckle out of that but actually it was quite the opposite, congrats were sent.



    Yes, thank you for your reply I did receive it. Appreciate it!
    Not desperate, I have one but I do enjoy the thrill of the hunt for a second one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    Okay, I did get a chuckle out of that but actually it was quite the opposite, congrats were sent.
    I figured as much from a good guy!!!

    Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    The mag and rifle were manufactured by HK.
    If the rifle was manufactured by HK in Germany, then why the "H&R" markings--- part of the early exporter/importer relationship between the two (e.g., HK4), prior to SACO???
    Interesting that the T223 (20-round) magazine is shown in the HK33 (1966) manual.

    Tony

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