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    Return of the Gerat06/Gerat06H/Stg45(M)

    O, my fellow gun geeks, do I bring news.

    Is the Grandfather of the G3 on the way back via GunLab? Could be. TFB has a video of test firing of different Gerat06 protypes.

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    The H&K's Grandaddy Is Back (Almost!): Gerät 06 Reproductions Undergo Test Firing - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog
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    CETME. Its also the g-father to the CETME.

    Sorry, but I had to say it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Lex View Post
    CETME. Its also the g-father to the CETME.

    Sorry, but I had to say it.
    I award you no points.

    Gerat06 is father to the CETME. CETME fathered the G3.

    Now, go tear a corner off your gun geek card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Freeman View Post
    No hablo
    It requires an O'dark30 workout, not layin' in the fart sack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patience0830 View Post
    No hablo
    I apologize, patience. I think I meant to translate it for INGO then the phone rang.

    I know people get butthurt when I use non-English but it seemed appropriate here.

    The 1st paragraph is what I am referencing. It reads (roughly, I am not fluent in Spanish, but I study) in English:

    "Dr. Ludvig is the man most commonly associated with the design of the Spanish CETME rifle and its derivatives of the semi-hard roller lock by Heckler und Koch, such as the G3 and the MP5."

    Remember the N in INGO stands for knowledge. The more we (we collectively as a culture) know about the history of firearms design, the better.
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    Wait.

    Do you mean to suggest that some ideas-of-value emanated from other than John Moses Browning or Eugene Stoner?*

    In. Con. Ceivable.

    * Everyone knows the Kalashnikov schmo repackaged Nazi tech under the Soviet hammer and sickle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Lex View Post
    Wait.

    Do you mean to suggest that some ideas-of-value emanated from other than John Moses Browning or Eugene Stoner?*

    In. Con. Ceivable.

    * Everyone knows the Kalashnikov schmo repackaged Nazi tech under the Soviet hammer and sickle.
    You get an A+ for the trolling attempt, but I am here to teach not argue . . . today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Freeman View Post
    You get an A+ for the trolling attempt, but I am here to teach not argue . . . today.
    Gauntlet. Thrown.

    So, while on the topic of reviving neat old weapons, isn't it true that shotguns really didn't have any military value at all.... I mean, that whole trench gun thing was a total fad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Lex View Post
    Gauntlet. Thrown.

    So, while on the topic of reviving neat old weapons, isn't it true that shotguns really didn't have any military value at all.... I mean, that whole trench gun thing was a total fad.

    I disagree. Shotguns don't even require a soldier in order to be deadly. Have you heard Kirk's story of the great "Shootrite 870 Incident"?

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