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    Sweeds getting a new rifle. Any chance we might get the parts?

    I was just watching a Youtube video of a Swedish gun guy ( Hagge Bänke )and he says that the Swedes MIGHT be swapping to the Haenel. Either way, it is clear the AK5 isn't long for this world. I wonder if there is any chance we might get those parts? Someone with friends over there needs to get ready.

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    That would be a game changer. I don’t know about Sweden’s gun politics, but hopefully they just don’t destroy them. Fingers crossed though

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    Welcome to Europe,

    I'm sure they go straight to hell...

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    I have heard before that Sweden will probably destroy those rifles.

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    Nope, like Paco said, they get scrapped.

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    As much chance as Biden allowing CMP to import Korean M1 Carbines to sell to the public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    As much chance as Biden allowing CMP to import Korean M1 Carbines to sell to the public.
    Oh....
    Now you're just being mean.

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    The AK5 will probably replace the HK G3 in the home guard.

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    are they still making the g3 ?

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    AFAIK, HK Germany is only producing MP5 pattern guns in their roller delayed blowback line. However they were/are made under license all over the globe so likely someone is still cranking them out, or would if given a big enough order. Swedish production ended in 1985.

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