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I'm looking to find out how many HK41's were made like this one any help would nice
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Nick,

Here is the information that I have: :cool:

1. HK (171)- 00100X E
2. HK41 (1/74)- 10100X through 101481
3. HK41 (XXXX?)- 001508 E (Switzerland)
4. HK41 (1975)- 001518 E
5. HK91 (1974)- 0 11 016 through 0 11 337
6. HK91 (19/74)- 0 11 492 through 0 11 494

It appears that less than 1,500 were produced. :wink:
Hope this helps. :biggrin:


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Tony I knew you would be the guy to help me out I should of just sent you a PM and asked
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Nick,

No problem--- glad to be of service--- good luck on the (you know what)!!! :biggrin:
I really wish the powers that be would give me "limited" access to post a "Sticky" with this information, "Close" the thread, and allow only "me" to update--- oh well. :wink:

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Tony,

I was looking at a HK91 19/74 a few weeks ago with 0 11 427 and put a post up wondering on value and rarity, I did not get any replies so I let it go. Is this rare?, I do not see it in your number range. value? even though its gone?
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You should always buy the 1974 guns they are very rare
 

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Thanks for the info.

Any info on the date of the one I saw not falling in the range above?

19/74 0 11 427
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Tony,

I was looking at a HK91 19/74 a few weeks ago with 0 11 427 and put a post up wondering on value and rarity, I did not get any replies so I let it go. Is this rare?, I do not see it in your number range. value? even though its gone?
Sean
Sean,

That number is on my list now!!! :wink:
Agree with Nat--- the 1974's are fairly rare. :biggrin:

Tony
 
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