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    Default Czech Sa vz26

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    A rarely seen firearm that made the MP5 look like the unknown 3rd cousin's kid.
    Design,caliber,cyclic rate. Had it all except for being open bolt.

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    Interesting design features, but that forward angled grip in the Tok caliber models makes the grip feel really weird. The 9mm version was at 90 degrees, ya gotta wonder why they tilted it forward for the easier to feed bottlenecked cartridge?
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    Cartridge shape is all I could ever come up with on the grip angle. They should have been more prevalent I think with the X25 chambering I think. Or popular I guess?

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    I just wonder why they welded the stock lug on with a crap weld. (Clean it up a little guy)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pryotex View Post
    I just wonder why they welded the stock lug on with a crap weld. (Clean it up a little guy)
    Because it's a halfassed rebuild? Wasn't the original spot welds for sure Pryotex

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