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    Default Forgotten Weapons: Indonesian Air Force Collapsing-Stock G3

    Ian really came through on this one. Not many photos of the Rheinmetall manufactured G3's out there let alone a video.
    There's also some very good close ups of an HK trials G3 from 1959 in here as well....Thanks Ian!


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    That is a nice video--- bet you would like to have the parts off of the the RM and HK G3's!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    That is a nice video--- bet you would like to have the parts off of the the RM and HK G3's!!!

    Tony
    Who wouldn't!
    Such a treat to see these close up, you know....for reference : ) What great piece of HK history.

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    Really excellent.details on those. The earliest wood forearms donot have the sheet metal reinforcement as the later 1961 styles do. Nice having so much closeup on the reciever to see all the fine details. A distinct variationof the G3 with so many subtle differences from later production. Thanks to Ian and you for posting it.

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    Great flick indeed.

    With the glut of German G3 magazines sold here, I've seen quite a few by RM.

    I can remember back in the late 70's having one might find you being beaten severely about the head & shoulders by certain collectors for it...:-)

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    Damn that is unique. I really love Ian's videos, his knowledge is amazing.
    If you ever get a chance to shoot a match with him never pass it up, he is a load of fun and really cool guy.

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