anybody have a stg44 for sale - Page 5




 
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August 31st, 2016  
mp44owner
 
I have one as well- excellent condition low serial number.
http://www.gunbroker.com/item/582908475
September 18th, 2018  
henryb
 
well its been several years now since i got the mp44 this is my cop son shooting it at the range. you can hear full auto now and then. i bought a schnellfeuer in the mean time ,waiting on my fg42 by smg should be ready in a week or two
September 18th, 2018  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by henryb
ryan shooting mp44 - YouTube well its been several years now since i got the mp44 this is my cop son shooting it at the range. you can hear full auto now and then. i bought a schnellfeuer in the mean time ,waiting on my fg42 by smg should be ready in a week or two
He made it look rather uncomfortable early on.
What ammunition are you using, in this part of the world it is hard to come by I had to get mine in bulk through Europe.
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September 18th, 2018  
henryb
 
when i let him shoot the mp44 i had already shot it on full auto.so it was a little warm. i reload my ammo .ive bought lots of brass from buffalo arms and lots of bullets from graft and sons.i use a hornady ammo plant progressive loader.
September 18th, 2018  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by henryb
when i let him shoot the mp44 i had already shot it on full auto.so it was a little warm. i reload my ammo .ive bought lots of brass from buffalo arms and lots of bullets from graft and sons.i use a hornady ammo plant progressive loader.

I have never really thought about reloading my own, with my luck I would screw it up and damage something.
It was also relatively cost effective to import it from the Czech Republic, I think I paid about $500 for 2500 rounds as a bulk sale although I have also purchased some through various US stores at about $0.60 a round.
September 19th, 2018  
henryb
 
about a year ago i did screw up. loaded a squib . luckily next round did not lock in place. talked to my self in the car all the way home from range .could not come up with anything else that would not let the bolt lock in battier . ran a cleaning rod down the barrel out popped the bullet .keep a closer eye on dropped powder charge from then on. after loading i also weight each round if not close i pull the bullet so far so good.
September 19th, 2018  
MontyB
 
 
Ouch that is exactly the type of thing I want to avoid it would irratate the hell out of me.

I am much happier leaving the QA to someone else.


You mentioned an FG-42 I would love to find a real one of those but next up is an MG-34.
September 19th, 2018  
henryb
 
yea the fg42 is one made by SMG i read good things about the company that makes them .They are out of texas ,its around 5k $ hope it ships at end of month almost a year in the making. CANNT AFFORD 250K FOR AN ORIGINAL.
September 19th, 2018  
MontyB
 
 
I am a little like that with the STG, I purchased the original plus spares and then a year later I picked up a replica for use.


As far as the FG-42 goes I am hoping to do the same, I have seen a few rather battered FG's for around $60k and a number of usuable ones around $90-100k but if you want top of the line then yeah it is $250k, although in my case it would be a lot more as the associated divorce would also be expensive.
September 19th, 2018  
henryb
 
Try not to let the wife know about gun buys. they dont understand. men never grow up .they grow old but not up. funny story .my wife wanted a second child .i said i didnt want any more than one. i ended up trading one more kid for a hk mp5sd thats him shooting the mp44. latter traded the hk for a mp40. true story
 


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