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    Quote Originally Posted by Superstar View Post
    Only it it rains and he can't use smoke signals.

    Tony, that price is way to low for the amount of hours spent plus you might be the very few that hold such information.
    I thought it was a fair price for HKPRO members, and I enjoy the research!!!
    If it will make you feel better, I can charge you double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FS1 View Post
    AGG copyright it or we will see it on ebay. @ 1/2 price. :)
    ^^^^^^^^^
    That’s not a bad idea so long as you don’t have copyrighted data mixed in with your personal data. I’d buy a Kindle or pdf version for HK.

    Have you thought about sending a sample, like Amazon Kindle does, so people can get a feeling for what they would be buying?
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    I am in for the full data list

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB61 View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^
    That’s not a bad idea so long as you don’t have copyrighted data mixed in with your personal data. I’d buy a Kindle or pdf version for HK.

    Have you thought about sending a sample, like Amazon Kindle does, so people can get a feeling for what they would be buying?
    No copyrighted material--- all information is based upon my actual observations!!!
    Per your request, a small sample--- more detailed information at other parts (e.g., parts date codes, etc.):

    KB (91) 43-16083 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)

    - bolt head (JB)

    KB (91) 43-16085 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)
    KB (91) 43-16100 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (markings)
    KB (91) 43-16102 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16104 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)
    KB (91) 43-16129 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16142 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)
    KB (91) 43-16144 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)
    KB (91) 43-16152 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (refinished)
    KB (91) 43-16158 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16162 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16169 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (markings)
    KB (91) 43-16179 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16189 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)
    KB (91) 43-16193 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16201 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16203 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16241 (HK/Sterling) DOC gun (no markings)
    KB (91) 43-16254 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16291 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16308 (HK/Sterling)
    KB (91) 43-16326 (HK/Sterling)
    ( ) 16343 (no importer) (Norway)(05-09-96)

    - left receiver (nothing)
    - right receiver (nothing)
    - top receiver (left- HK HK 94/Cal.9x19mm; right- no “43”-XXXXX/no date code)
    - bolt head (ik 071)

    a) 82 (HK/Arlington)
    - left receiver (Kal.9mmx19)
    - right receiver (Made in Germany/HK Inc./Arl. Va. 22 201)
    - top receiver (left- HK 94; right- 001/no “43”-XXX or “43”-XXXX/IC)
    - only 1 import; only “SF” lower
    b) 83 (HK/Arlington)
    - left receiver (Kal.9mmx19)
    - right receiver (Made in Germany/HK Inc./Arl. Va. 22 201^)(HK Chantilly Va.*)
    - top receiver (left- HK 94; right- XXX or XXXX/no “43”-XXX or “43”-XXXX/ID)
    c) 84-86 (HK/Chantilly)
    - left receiver (Kal.9mmx19)
    - right receiver (Made in W-Germany/HK Chantilly Va.)
    - top receiver (left- HK 94; right- XXXX or XXXXX; no “43”-XXXX or “43”-XXXXX/IE, IF or
    IG)
    d) 87-88 (HK/Chantilly)
    - left receiver (Cal.9mmx19)
    - right receiver (Made in W-Germany/HK Chantilly Va.)
    - top receiver (left- 43-XXXXX/HK 94 IH, HK 94 II^, and HK HK 94 II)
    e) 89 (HK/Sterling)
    - left receiver (Cal.9mmx19)
    - right receiver (Made in W-Germany/HK Inc./Chantilly Va.**, then Sterling VA)
    - top receiver (left- HK HK 94; right- 43-XXXXX/IK*)
    f) 90 (none imported)
    g) 89/91 (HK/Sterling)
    - left receiver (Cal.9mmx19)
    - right receiver (Made in W-Germany/HK Inc./Sterling VA)
    - top receiver (left- HK HK 94; right- 43-XXXXX/KB)

    - blue-grey finish 1982 (1 sample)-1983/black finish 1984-1987/NATO black finish 1988-
    1989/1991
    - raised mounting in middle of top receiver for scope mount
    - “0-1” lowers (“0” to the left of the “1”/1983- mid- 1987; “0” to the right of the
    “1”/mid-late 1987-1989 and 1991)
    - barrels

    1982 (“?”)
    1983 (“ID C”)
    1984-1985 (“?”)
    1986 (“IG”)
    1987-1988 (“?”)
    1989 (“IJ”)
    1990 (no imports)
    1991 (“IJ”)

    a) marked on underside of barrel underneath handguard

    - CA. DOC gun (“DOJ”- some 1987/1988/1989/1991 mfg./some stenciled markings on receiver/
    DOC ordered with “u-notch”, or “castle” apertures/SP89-type rear sight, as opposed to
    “circular” apertures/91/93/94-type rear sights, and A2 stocks)
    - CA. DOC ordered 420 in 1990/1, and HK retained 110 (1991 mfg./KB/newer barrels with 16-
    flute chambers/“circular” apertures 91/93/94-type rear sights/A3 stocks) from DOC
    for dealer sales in the U.S. (distributors- DSA, R-Guns); CA. DOC returned 310 to HK in
    2004 for resale
    - HK94SG1/“Urban Sniper”(50 mfg./“HK T&E ONLY” on left receiver/Chantilly, Va./claw
    mount and 30mm rings (with Leupold 6x), tactical bipod (Harris), HK94 grip, HK93A2
    sniper buttstock with adjustable cheekpiece, flashhider)
    - no KA’s
    - top receiver (HK 94- “HK” to left of right ejection port; HK HK 94- first “HK” even
    with right of ejection port- both when viewing from the right receiver)
    - HK MP45K/HK 45/HK 45K (<10 converted by Bill Flemming in 1989/early 1990’s)^
    - Hard Times Armory (Smyrna, Georgia) HK94S (MP5SD) conversion, with permanently affixed
    integral suppressor (only 1 transfer tax)- “radiator hose” suppressor cover, “0-1-A”
    lower
    - 4 x 6 red manual (HK94)(Arlington/Chantilly/1983-1988)(Chantilly/1989/1991)
    - ventilated barrel shroud/handle instruction sheet (yellow/Chantilly- printed by HK)/
    E&L Manufacturing had a one-year (1984-1985), promotional deal with HK to provide these
    as a standard accessory- thereafter, offered as an optional accessory only

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuntherRommel View Post
    I am in for the full data list
    PM received--- PM to you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    That is central Alabama to you!!!

    Tony
    Anything below Montgomery is in LA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    Anything below Montgomery is in LA.
    Above Montgomery!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Above Montgomery!!!

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    Practically a yankee...just kidding, don’t want to be hunted down.

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    Awesome idea and would purchase without question. From the view of someone who works with similar type offerings. Any format should be searchable, contain FAQs, & a glossary. Agree with others issue updates on a schedule. You are a great ambassador and contributor of knowledge to this community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    No--- but I do have a "rotary-dial" telephone!!!

    Tony
    IS this how you do it Tony?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_oB6yOmKqg
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