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Thread: Explanation of so-called "StG 45 prototype"

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    Default Explanation of so-called "StG 45 prototype"

    Very neat, I was always wondering about this gun.
    http://www.forgottenweapons.com/cave...g45-prototype/

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    Good information /thanks for posting the link.
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    Trivia - to neither add nor detract from the intent of the article, the info in the photo indicates the firearm was unserialized and likely registered in 68. I have seen several misidentified firearms from that era.... everything from "major" like calling a BREN a BAR or less critical like Canadian (Inglis) vs English (Enfield) or caliber (my STG-44 was registered as 9mm). They weren't valuable at the time and peple did not research things for weeks or months to ensure proper ID.
    Last edited by Lone Ranger; 29th July 2012 at 09:59 AM.

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