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SW55 - hk94 clone

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by b0lingball, Nov 10, 2003.

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  1. b0lingball

    b0lingball Member

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    Has anyone owned or heard anything about this rifle in California?? Thinking about getting one from tactical-weapons.com but don't know how that lock and bolt works.
     
  2. cvela

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    did you ever find any information about this or the bobcat weapons clone?
    thanks!
     
  3. tavo94

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    I do own a BW5, is basically an H&K MP5. I bought it six months ago for my bday, and I shot thru it around 500 rounds without any malfunctions. I have it installed a surefire forearm light and it work perfectly.

    Tried with the 10 rounder mag and did not like it, lucky for me my agency uses H&K MP5 so I just used my high cap mags whenever I go to the range.

    Overall, this is an excellent rifle to have.:what:
     
  4. Combat-wombat

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    In California? If you're a civilian, the answer is "Hell no". We serfs of the PDRK can't be trusted with one of those evil killing machines. Remember- It's for the children. :barf:
     
  5. shoobe01

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    Functionally, its an MP5 in semi auto. Roller locked delayed blowback, etc.

    Search this board for "Special Weapons." Various people, including me at some length, have expounded on the quality and business practices of Special Weapons/Bobcat/TWTA/whatever-they-are-passing-themselves-off-as-today.
     
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