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For sale I have 4 original HK made A3 sliding stocks. Each is in nice working condition. These are MP5 take-offs from a European NATO Army. All 4 are located here in the US with me.

Price per sliding stock is $250 FIRM, plus $15 shipping. If you buy more than one I can probably ship them in same flat rate box without any additional shipping costs.
Paypal, cashiers check or money order.

On photos below, I have numbered them from left to right:

1) Datecode 1IG - metal lever
2) Datecode ii - plastic lever
3) Datecode ii - plastic lever
4) Datecode 1IG - metal lever

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Hi, I will definitely take #1 OR #3 if you don't mind answering a question: Which is more desirable (plastic vs. metal lever, and datecode ii vs. 1IG) and why? I have a reverse-stretch sear host and some of the historical knowledge of the MP5 stuff eludes me.

Thanks!

#2 is sold, pending funds. Stock #1 and #3 is left.

Erik
 

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I guess that leaves #3 for me, which I will take.

So, what are the pros and cons of the plastic vs. metal lever?
 

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Others can tell you. I think it has to do with age. Metal levers are older. Please send me a PM. All stocks then sold pending payment. I will close this thread once last payment has been received.

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