My bad man. I was surprised to see an Iranian version since here in the states Iranian weapons are a big no-no.Hi hauslp
1 Because in Belgium it's very very difficult to fin an HK. Hk don't want to sell to civilians in Europe.
2 I paid 700€ for it and one HK is around 2500€ MKE or POF around 1800-2000€
3 It's a licensed military build of the HK
But if I had the choice it's an HK of course...
No problem. We are an international community here on HKPro. People pop in from all over the world to brag about they things they got and we can't have. :biggrin:
Belgium makes guns. "Belgian" is an adjective, as in Belgian waffles.
Not so at all. You can buy ANY Iranian gun you want so long as it's legal to sell here. If they WOULD sell them, they have tens of thousands of Mausers and pistols they COULD get imported and sold here. I have a couple of Persian (Iran) Mausers in pretty good, only dropped off the side of a camel once condition.
Yeah, ok. They can buy the guns over in Europe, but can they shoot them? There are a lot of restrictions and each country has their own. Some allow the possession of full auto guns but have to be deactivated. Sometimes you need to join a club and your guns must be stored at the club.
Sure... wonder what they call U.S. food... U.S. Dogs?... burger pit?... onion ring hell?Belgium makes guns. "Belgian" is an adjective, as in Belgian waffles.
Oh there I go making myself hungry again. But in Belgium, what are they called, just waffles?
"In China, what do they call Chinese food? Is it just food?"--- Ross