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The H&K G3 was a tremendously prolific rifle that was produced mainly in Germany, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Pakistan and of course, the US copy by PTR industries. It was adapted and used in even more places around the world, and even 50+ year old relics have been seen in operation in war-torn Africa and the Middle east.
The roller delayed blowback system was developed in WW2, refined by CETME in Spain and later by Heckler & Koch. The same system that would give birth to the famous MP5.
There have been many who are skeptical about the iron sights on the G3, and some who doubt it’s effectiveness when compared to more contemporary SR25 and FAL type rifles, but how does it do on range?
We found some German MEN 7.62NATO surplus, to pair with our G3 clone / PTR91 with no optical attachments to see how it does…
Special thanks to a few people for this episode:
– Bryan S. – Thanks to Bryan (Patreon supporter) for sending this rifle in for our testing!
– Brandon // The Gun Room – Thank you for your continued FFL support.
– Steve B. – Thank you for… the props and emotional support.
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– Vortex Optics Pro GT Tripod
– Phone Skope Lollipop Universal Digiscoping kit
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The hosts Henry and Josh started shooting from humble backgrounds, and families that had no foundation in the shooting sports or firearms. Through their journey in shooting sports, they have both developed extremely different backgrounds that compliment each other with perspectives in historical firearms development, employment, rifle performance, munitions development, firearms manipulation, and publications.
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