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    I sold my first HK91 for $475 back in 1985 before I went on active duty--and always regretted it. A year ago I found a new, IB coded, unfired one for sale with the factory box, unopened sling, and factory magazine, but minus the manual, and other factory paperwork. This one, however, came with the retractable, "meat tenderizer" stock. When I got it home it still had the factory desiccant wick in the barrel! After I outfitted her with a fixed stock, she didn't remain unfired for long. I let my son put the first rounds through her which was memorable for both of us. I'm not selling this one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holger4045 View Post
    I sold my first HK91 for $475 back in 1985 before I went on active duty--and always regretted it. A year ago I found a new, IB coded, unfired one for sale with the factory box, unopened sling, and factory magazine, but minus the manual, and other factory paperwork. This one, however, came with the retractable, "meat tenderizer" stock. When I got it home it still had the factory desiccant wick in the barrel! After I outfitted her with a fixed stock, she didn't remain unfired for long. I let my son put the first rounds through her which was memorable for both of us. I'm not selling this one...
    Welcome back, and thank you for your service to our country!!!
    Awesome story--- great memories that both of you will have forever.

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    Just ordered the new SP5 ..... will post a pic when received!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted4u View Post
    Just ordered the new SP5 ..... will post a pic when received!!
    Very nice but they are talking about HK91s here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superstar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by boosted4u View Post
    Just ordered the new SP5 ..... will post a pic when received!!
    Very nice but they are talking about HK91s here.
    I know .... it's my thread and thought I'd share my excitement. Lol
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    Brings back a lot memories. I have searched the attic at my pops house several times for the styrofoam box and etc. Knowing my dad, he never threw it away. OH Well, Excellent find. That IC - HK91 was my first deer rifle. I am of the opinion you should shoot it at least once. It's like saving your girlfriend for her next boyfriend. Have fun and enjoy, Thanks for the pix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmbrwulf View Post
    I am of the opinion you should shoot it at least once. It's like saving your girlfriend for her next boyfriend.
    That's funny, I had a friend "Horse" may he RIP who said the same thing to me when I locked away my SIG AMT........
    I'm glad I took his advice, boy was he right!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mew View Post
    That's funny, I had a friend "Horse" may he RIP who said the same thing to me when I locked away my SIG AMT........
    I'm glad I took his advice, boy was he right!!
    SIG AMT, you say???

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    What a great find, Wonder how much $$$ you paid for it.

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    All you got to do now is dress it up the way you want it to be - I did my 1981 HK91 - going for the PSG1 clone

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