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H SL7 A comment on the H SLB 2000 mentioned that there was a hunting rifle that looked like the G43. The SL7 was basically H’s attempt to make the G3 into a hunting rifle. It doesn’t use the G3’s magazines but has the same roller-delayed system along with the front and rear sights. Also no longer in production. It bears a very heavy resemblance to the G43; whether or not H did this as a historic nod to German firearm history is unclear.

H SL7 A comment on the H SLB 2000 mentioned that there was a hunting rifle that looked like the G43. The SL7 was basically H’s attempt to make the G3 into a hunting rifle. It doesn’t use the G3’s magazines but has the same roller-delayed system along with the front and rear sights. Also no longer in production. It bears a very heavy resemblance to the G43; whether or not H did this as a historic nod to German firearm history is unclear.

Automatic Crossbow Prototype

tacticalspookybadger: oa-ar15: a Automatic

Automatic Crossbow Prototype

Arisaka Type 99 Rifle. 7.7mm Japanese bolt action rifle used by IJA in WWII.

Arisaka Type 99 Rifle. 7.7mm Japanese bolt action rifle used by IJA in WWII.

G18C CUSTOM "Machine-Rouge "

G18C CUSTOM "Machine-Rouge "

Military Life

Military Life

FULL STORY from the Special Weapons for M June issue: SIG SAUER 551-A1 5.56mm: Potent and dependable gas-piston rifle when maximum maneuverability is required!

FULL STORY from the Special Weapons for M June issue: SIG SAUER 551-A1 5.56mm: Potent and dependable gas-piston rifle when maximum maneuverability is required!

German Mauser K98 sniper rifle (used in WW2)

German Mauser K98 sniper rifle (used in WW2)

These were the most common guns used on the attack of D-Day and used for the rest fo the war

These were the most common guns used on the attack of D-Day and used for the rest fo the war

The Russian military was quite fond of the Winchester Lever Action Rifle around the 1880's - I'm sure some of those lasted through to today.   They also had a set of custom lever action rifles made to operate the 7.62x54R but only around 5,000 were made...So extremely rare rifle.

The Russian military was quite fond of the Winchester Lever Action Rifle around the 1880's - I'm sure some of those lasted through to today. They also had a set of custom lever action rifles made to operate the 7.62x54R but only around 5,000 were made...So extremely rare rifle.

BAR guns ww2

BAR guns ww2

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