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I picked up an HK 91 recently that is marked:

"made in Germany
excl for SACO
Arl. Va. 22201
KAL .308

and on the other side

HK 91 A0178##

Just curious about this beautiful rifle's origin and vintage. It is in excellent shape and I would say it has barely been fired. I got a chance to shoot 20 rounds out of it today and HOLY CRAP is it nice. Very accurate and surprisingly soft shooting considering it had the collapsible stock on it. Also came with the fixed stock, 10 mags, test target and a document marked "Juni 79". What do I have here? BTW I love it. It does have the pesky button magazine release but I intend to replace that with a tac-latch if it will work on this rifle. Look forward to hearing from you gentlemen soon.
 

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No retarded tac latch. Send it out and have a proper paddle release installed.

How much did you pay for it?
 

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The original STG44 grandfather of all assault rifles only had a button mag release.
Absent drop-free mags a button release is not very user friendly and HK corrected that mistake on the G3.
 
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