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    Unfortunate given their recent contracts. Mismanagement can sink any company.

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    It's been a while since I posted this thread I started about 5 years ago. Rather than banter on about "why can't HK sell me a MP7" or "how come I can't get the USP in 10mm" maybe take some time to read their financials available via the German HK website: https://www.heckler-koch.com/en/ir/key-figures.html

    While not the best not in the best financial shape, as of Q1 2019, HK is doing what they been doing for the last 3 years. Trying to fix the mistakes made from 2006 to 2010. I'll repost the link for the lazy: https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/fbe...==&system=prod

    Anyhow, to say HK is "apparently bankrupt" is misleading. That thread contains zero factual statements about HK's financial stability. It just leads to speculation from the mindless who post on Facebook with virtually no idea on how to check facts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oicani View Post
    It's been a while since I posted this thread I started about 5 years ago. Rather than banter on about "why can't HK sell me a MP7" or "how come I can't get the USP in 10mm" maybe take some time to read their financials available via the German HK website: https://www.heckler-koch.com/en/ir/key-figures.html

    While not the best not in the best financial shape, as of Q1 2019, HK is doing what they been doing for the last 3 years. Trying to fix the mistakes made from 2006 to 2010. I'll repost the link for the lazy: https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/fbe...==&system=prod

    Anyhow, to say HK is "apparently bankrupt" is misleading. That thread contains zero factual statements about HK's financial stability. It just leads to speculation from the mindless who post on Facebook with virtually no idea on how to check facts.
    They have record debt 231,4 million. Assuming they take on no additional debt with an EBITDA of 3,5 it will take them 200 years to pay it off. How is that not bankrupt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by igs View Post
    They have record debt 231,4 million. Assuming they take on no additional debt with an EBITDA of 3,5 it will take them 200 years to pay it off. How is that not bankrupt?
    That’s called over-leveraged. Totally different. If they were bankrupt, truly bankrupt, we wouldn’t be on HKpro talking about USP in 10mm, or how HK dropped the ball and John Wick’s P30....
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    Quote Originally Posted by igs View Post
    They have record debt 231,4 million. Assuming they take on no additional debt with an EBITDA of 3,5 it will take them 200 years to pay it off. How is that not bankrupt?
    Yeah, I hear you. If HK can't pay their bills, they're in deep kimche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by igs View Post
    They have record debt 231,4 million. Assuming they take on no additional debt with an EBITDA of 3,5 it will take them 200 years to pay it off. How is that not bankrupt?
    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
    Yeah, I hear you. If HK can't pay their bills, they're in deep kimche.
    Also, to add for comparison. Back in the day, HK AG had 295m Euros in Senior Debt paying like 10% coupon with total liabilities nearing 447m Euro in 2014. Compared to where there are today... It's like a modern day miracle they didn't go the route of Colt, who filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which is different than Chapter 7. Just FYI.

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    I asked financial analyst who works with me (and who didn't even know who HK is) to look at the numbers. He says that company is in trouble, but far from being bankrupt. In fact it looks like it is crawling up. He sees main risks if interest on debt suddenly increases or company is required to pay debt on notice. If those risks will not materialize he thinks company is capable to pay it's debts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrala View Post
    I asked financial analyst who works with me (and who didn't even know who HK is) to look at the numbers. He says that company is in trouble, but far from being bankrupt. In fact it looks like it is crawling up. He sees main risks if interest on debt suddenly increases or company is required to pay debt on notice. If those risks will not materialize he thinks company is capable to pay it's debts.
    In respect to recent contracts and facility expansion, IHMO this makes perfect sense. HK will probably need to purchase material and machining equipment, maybe hire and train some staff to assist with meeting the new and existing contract requirements. More M27s for the Marines, CSASS for the Army, and the HK416F for the French military must be straining existing production capability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrala View Post
    I asked financial analyst who works with me (and who didn't even know who HK is) to look at the numbers. He says that company is in trouble, but far from being bankrupt. In fact it looks like it is crawling up. He sees main risks if interest on debt suddenly increases or company is required to pay debt on notice. If those risks will not materialize he thinks company is capable to pay it's debts.
    Sounds like most US households.
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