Checked in to see what the fuss was all about.
No MP7s available.
I actually found out the whole story behind this. The guns do exist. And they have attempted to import them, or should I say, this same batch has been submitted for importation several times by different importers and has been denied each time.
Sooooo I doubt this time will be any different. But one can hope.
HK-91, HK-93, USC/UMP Conversion, SL8, G36C, HK45, HK45C, VP9, P30L, USPC 9mm, DJ Getz 94, Omega MP5SD, Vector 53, Vector 51, Cetme Sporter, C93, C93 Pistol, TD-415 (416 Clone), GSG9 416C clone.
Why haven't they shown up anywhere else?
Tagging this for later.
Dunno about kevlar, but I've seen those rounds turn a robin into absolutely nothing but a cloud of feathers.
Not sure about an $8000 .22 mag, what will mags be $125ea?
Always liked the look and concept but the rounds are just a turn off at this point. Had a SBR'd PS90, fun range toy, fun conversation piece, but the cost vs performance of that round was meh. If we gauged off smiles alone it's totally worth it tho. But $$$$ for a MP7 clone and the inability to feed it worries me :(
It's not news that there are MP7 semi's out there. BUT they are just regular MP7's without a three position selector. Swap out parts/lower = MG. "Tech Branch say no". (of course) Take the stock off ("It's a pistol!") = same answer. Until H&K makes them with a bolt carrier/rail thing that prevents easy insertion of a full auto bolt plus whatever other dimensional differences they would require to approve, not going to happen. People can apply all they want. Why ATF does not apply the "easily convertible" standard to the recently imported "pistol" lowers I have no idea but I would not be surprised to see another shoe drop down the road.
"We do bad things to bad people".