You probably meant 89.I would assume that the difference between them and anything else you could buy that
was made after 86 was that they were built with 100% German parts?
No... you have some seriously screwed up legislators in CT.Are these DOJ 94's legal to import into Connecticut under the current AWB?
Thanks, brother!!! :wink:Hey... AGG thinks it's cool and that's what he likes, so...
I have to tell you, ALL the Kalif DOJ guns I ever saw looked like they were dragged on a chain behind a pickup for awhile. Seriously, how the hell do guns get that screwed up by just tossing them in the trunk? That said, I think my bud with the registered trigger boxes still has a handful of DOJ guns for sale, too.
There was certainly some type of written approval given by the BATF given to the company (maybe HK?) that released them. I've seen our heard of nothing given to the public, though.Just a curious question; since the California DOJ HK94's were imported post 1989, did the ATF ever put anything out in writing saying they were ok with being available for civilian sales?
You are correct--- as I stated earlier, HK (Sterling, VA.) was allowed to retain 200-300 (in addition to those transferred to the CA DOC) for civilian resale!!! :wink:There was certainly some type of written approval given by the BATF given to the company (maybe HK?) that released them. I've seen our heard of nothing given to the public, though.