Never has a submachinegun ever been more cussed (and discussed) then the H&R Model 50 Reising. It came in two stock configurations full and Model 55 "paratrooper" (folding) stock types. The only problem with the Reising was that it was prone to jam when dust and oil came together to render the Model 50 inoperable. In most civilian, Police and Nuclear reactor sites (where the post-war submachineguns served) the Reising shot well. Due to it's relatively slow rate of fire, (from the closed bolt) the Reising was both effective and manageable. The Model 60 was a full stock and 18.25" barrel length. It was a .45 ACP self loader than had better accuracy than many shooters believed. Does anyone here either like, or fancy an H&R Reising Model 60?