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WTS/WTT ID CETME/THE ORIGINAL HK 91/G3 STYLE RIFLE FOR SALE

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Hans Gruber, Jul 1, 2015.

  1. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber Kamiah New Member

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    I am not sure as there have been no easily found directions on how to post a classified ad on this site but that is what I am trying to do. I have a CETME/HK 91 Type rifle for sale. It comes with 5 mags, a 2 mag belt holder and extra furniture (meaning poly stock and forearm). I am selling for 725.00 $$ or best reasonable offer. To contact me direct use email: chahta98@gmail.com or phone 208-827-2113

    The CETME rifle was designed primarily by the German engineer Ludwig Vorgrimler, who based his design on the experimental German StG 45(M) and the French-made AME 49. The StG45 used a roller-delayed blowback mechanism somewhat similar to the roller-locking system patented by Edward Stecke in the 1930s in Poland and used in the MG 42. The MG42 locking system actually locks completely and requires a short stroke barrel that travels backwards to unlock, compared to the StG45(M) system that never completely locks and does not require a moving barrel. The CETME design inherits the StG45(M)'s fixed-barrel. The first prototype rifles fired the same 7.92×33mm Kurz round as the StG45, and a variety of experimental 7.92 and 7.62mm cartridges were tested before settling on the 7.62×51mm CETME. This round was dimensionally identical to 7.62×51mm NATO, but with a lighter bullet and powder charge to reduce recoil, making fully automatic fire more controllable. Due to feedback from Heckler & Koch, the production rifle was chambered for the more powerful 7.62mm NATO. The Model B went on to be the foundation of the widely-deployed Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle.

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  2. ZA_Survivalist

    ZA_Survivalist Oregon AK's all day.

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    Who built the rifle? Is it a century build?
     
  3. Velzey

    Velzey Estacada, Oregon Gunsmith Gunsmith Bronze Vendor Bronze Supporter

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    Please let this be a Mars Cetme???
     
  4. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber Kamiah New Member

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    It was imported by Century Arms
     
  5. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber Kamiah New Member

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    The spanish built the rifle
     
  6. ZA_Survivalist

    ZA_Survivalist Oregon AK's all day.

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    Century? It was built here then with a mix of US and surplus parts, Not imported.
     
  7. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber Kamiah New Member

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    wrong slick, long before that bulls**t ban by the commu-nazi types there were s**tloads of them brought in the country by importers, of which Century Arms was a very large importer. I know, as an FFL holder at the time, I have ordered many surplus weapons from them at that time. They brought in many, many surplus weapons. Just because one is not familiar, do not assume you know the facts. They now build them out of parts from many importers and some parts made here in USSA (Union of Socialist States of Amerika). Christ, the commu-nazi types cannot stand reality, hell , even this site is infected with that s**t. I read my post and its not bubblegume loads in its real form but I see this whitebred euro burbite, gucci, wacked s**t of "bubblegumloads" instead of the plain english I wrote. Pathetic. The few words in the white euro language that are completely ambiguous and not prone to the nazi like crap and the "double tongued" nature of the white euros and they try to shut that down, on a site that is supposed to be about guns. Guns = freedom in this corrupt regime to be used when needed to fight off a tyrannical regime gone too far and yet that "thought police" s**t is on here.

    My plan here is to advertise and sell a rifle, not a never ending discussion. I thought I had this in the classified ads area, though, compared to other sites I have it listed on, this one is by far more convoluted in its make up. My intention is to advertise and sell the weapon. Not engage in conversation regarding the origins of every weapon. Instead though, this site sends me an email every time someone comments or quips relating things not associated with genuine interest in the item for sale
     
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  8. ZA_Survivalist

    ZA_Survivalist Oregon AK's all day.

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    True, but without a manufacturer stamp/engraving noting it, its got to be a parts build.
    Not calling you a liar, Im interested I just wanted a genuine cetme :(
    Unless there are marking?
     
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  9. Belial

    Belial Vancouver, WA Active Member

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    Do you think you could post some pictures of the markings on the rifle?? Thanks...
     
  10. jbett98

    jbett98 NW Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Tagging this ad. I might learn something about these rifles.
     
  11. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber Kamiah New Member

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    I am not sure as there have been no easily found directions on how to post a classified ad on this site but that is what I am trying to do. I have a CETME/HK 91 Type rifle for sale. It comes with 5 mags, a 2 mag belt holder and extra furniture (meaning poly stock and forearm). I am selling for 725.00 $$ or best reasonable offer. To contact me direct use email: chahta98@gmail.com or phone 208-827-2113

    The CETME rifle was designed primarily by the German engineer Ludwig Vorgrimler, who based his design on the experimental German StG 45(M) and the French-made AME 49. The StG45 used a roller-delayed blowback mechanism somewhat similar to the roller-locking system patented by Edward Stecke in the 1930s in Poland and used in the MG 42. The MG42 locking system actually locks completely and requires a short stroke barrel that travels backwards to unlock, compared to the StG45(M) system that never completely locks and does not require a moving barrel. The CETME design inherits the StG45(M)'s fixed-barrel. The first prototype rifles fired the same 7.92×33mm Kurz round as the StG45, and a variety of experimental 7.92 and 7.62mm cartridges were tested before settling on the 7.62×51mm CETME. This round was dimensionally identical to 7.62×51mm NATO, but with a lighter bullet and powder charge to reduce recoil, making fully automatic fire more controllable. Due to feedback from Heckler & Koch, the production rifle was chambered for the more powerful 7.62mm NATO. The Model B went on to be the foundation of the widely-deployed Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle. '


    there is the ad again. If you want to buy and are close or fairly close to the location ( KAMIAH, IDAHO) provided then email or more intelligent to call. If not, then do not write more dribble and gum flapping so it keeps coming up with useless emails that someone is interested being sent to my email address alright PERIOD.
     
  12. jbett98

    jbett98 NW Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    How many rounds through this battle rifle?
     
  13. Belial

    Belial Vancouver, WA Active Member

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    Wow...I am out...
     
  14. Mike in Moses lake

    Mike in Moses lake Moses Lake New Member

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    ???????