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Heckler & Koch German HK-91, Greek HK-91

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An original German HK-91 rifle will today set you back around $1,800 if you can find one. For reasons stated below, we don't advise buying, though we confessthey're great rifles.

Heckler & Koch German HK-91, Greek HK-91

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The HK-91's bipod and collapsible stock are an efficient-looking package, but are too short for some shooters.
The Australian stock on the HK-91 gave improved eye relief and a more gentle slope at the rear of the action. It was much easier on the shooters' faces than the shorter collapsible stock.

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