Difference between Mp5-N(Navy) and Mp5
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    Quick question.. What's the difference between the Mp5-N(Navy) and Mp5? I think i know the answer to this question; but i'm just going to make sure.
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    MP5 N or Navy = Threaded barrel w/ 3 lug
    MP5 = 3 lug barrel only

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    I see.

    I had a feeling that was the case.. but due to certain price increases on some of the Mp5-N guns it got me thinking as to if there was more to it.

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    3 lug and 1x32 barrel threads for the KAC suppressor.

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    I do also believe another difference was that MP5-Ns were supplied to Navy with the 0-1-Full Auto pictogram lower.

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    And I believe original standard N spec included A3 stock and tritium inserts in the front sight post and possibly the addition of tritium on part of the rear sight assembly as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indreams84 View Post
    I do also believe another difference was that MP5-Ns were supplied to Navy with the 0-1-Full Auto pictogram lower.
    Correct--- v. SEF, etc.!!!

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    Would that be an Ambi 0-1-Full pictogram lower on the Navy specification, to go along with the tritium sights, N barrel and A3 stock?

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    I thought part of Navy was the 4th burst (either two or three) position. Is there a particular name for this configuration?

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    From here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heckler_%26_Koch_MP5

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    A variant with the last trigger group designated the MP5-N (N—Navy) was developed in 1986 for the United States Navy. This model has a collapsible stock, a tritium-illuminated front sight post and a 225 mm (8.9 in) threaded barrel for use with a stainless steel sound suppressor made by Knight's Armament Company together with quieter subsonic ammunition. It had ambidextrous controls, a straight pistol grip, pictogram markings, and originally had a four-position selector (Safe, Semi-Auto, 3-Round Burst, Full Auto). This was replaced with a similar three-position ambidextrous selector after an improperly-reassembled trigger group spontaneously fired during an exercise. The "Navy"-style ambidextrous trigger group later became standard, replacing the classic "SEF".
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