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    For sale is one HK Operational Briefcase with one key. This is an all original case with proper German mount, correct flat-head hardware in handle, and all correct markings showing it to be HK production and not a knock-off. Excellent condition, all parts working, etc. This is an early model with a straight trigger-actuating arm. That means that you will need an MP5K (or clone) model with a left-side selector switch. It will NOT accommodate an ambi-selector setup.

    The only blemish I can find is some sort of paint build-up (or overspray possibly?) on the trigger itself. See pics.

    Asking REDUCED - Now $3,750 shipped and insured.

    Open to most forms of electronic payment (Zelle, QuickPay, etc.), USPS Money Orders, bank checks, etc.

    Thank you for looking.

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    WTS: HK Operational Briefcase -Reduced-narrow-side-2.jpgWTS: HK Operational Briefcase -Reduced-open-case.jpgWTS: HK Operational Briefcase -Reduced-key-mount.jpgWTS: HK Operational Briefcase -Reduced-trigger.jpgWTS: HK Operational Briefcase -Reduced-actuator.jpg
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    That is bad ass GLWS
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    Pre Gunbroker price reduction bump with an instructional vid from Ian.

    Now $4,000 shipped and insured.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CH-5kY5w2Q

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    When I had one, my Navy ambi selector worked just fine. Wonder why it doesn't with this one.
    The first principle is that you do not fool yourself. And you are the easiest one to fool. --Richard Feynman

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKPRO View Post
    When I had one, my Navy ambi selector worked just fine. Wonder why it doesn't with this one.
    I thought the first cases were set up to shoot with the SEF lowers. Later, variations were made to shoot ambi lowers, or so I recall.
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    SudS is correct.

    Later iterations of this have a bent actuating arm (as do the knock-offs) that allow for an ambi selector. This case is one of the early versions. SEF only.

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    Bumping it up.

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    What methods of payment are you accepting?
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