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Old September 19, 2012, 23:47   #51
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Hi Cowbilly,

No tax cause it is an out of state purchase. Transfer is $15.00 from my FFL Holder. He is a gentleman that I have been doing business with for years and he gives LEO's a bit of consideration. I was, "On-The-Job", for thirty two years and I retired as Chief of Police. It was fun while it lasted.

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No tax or FFL fee? I was just a little dissappointed in mine for the price I paid, ($25 transfer/$25 shipping) especially after reading your post (though I'm glad you found a better deal). In my honest opinion it is a $400 rifle at best.

I always wanted an STG44/MP44, real ones are around 20K and I could not time the $$$$/availablity with the semi auto to get one of those. The .22 version will have to do. Hopefully it will be a fun/good shooter.
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That is the best price I have seen too. Wish I would have waited, but oh we'll. I paid $580 shipped and add the $25 transfer fee I am into it for $605.
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Old September 20, 2012, 20:37   #53
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Pufferbelly,
Thanks for the heads up on Grabagun. They do have the best price right now, lower than MSRP of $599. Just scored 2.
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Well I finally have had a chance to get mine out the crate. I haven't shot it yet, but it feels well balanced. Just holding it, if I didn't know better I would have thought it was a full sized rifle. It has the look and feel of a larger caliber weapon. Range report to follow in the next couple of weeks.. I am glad they have began to come down in price. I agree that it is more of a $400 rifle vs. a $600 gun, but I'm just happy I was able to get my grubby little paws on one, even though I paid probably $75 too much.
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Old September 23, 2012, 18:16   #55
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The local gun shop wants $699.00. I wonder if demand has died down? Not everyone wants one or would know what a STG44 is.
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Old September 24, 2012, 12:58   #56
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The owner of ATI told me they've brought in 2000 of these, and now they'll be importing 1500 per month.

So demand should be met rather shortly and prices will come down. That is, unless "something" happens and import stops, in which case these will be worth a grand by December.
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Old September 24, 2012, 20:48   #57
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Lets try and make sure that "something" does not happen.
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Old September 26, 2012, 16:34   #58
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Greetings,

Picked mine up from my FFL Guy late yesterday and got a chance to look it over today. Man, this thing is SCHWEEEEEEET I don't know when I will be able to get to the range but I hope it's not too long of a wait. I'll let ya'll know. Another thing I noticed, boy is this thing heavy for a .22LR. I have a 10-22 with wood furniture and a scope and it isn't as heavy as the STG-44.

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Old September 26, 2012, 16:37   #59
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Somebody better tell the Free-Stuff voters that the time for "Change" is now but they ain't gonna like it when the "Free Lunch" Cafe gets shut down!
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Old September 26, 2012, 20:21   #60
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Old October 01, 2012, 20:23   #61
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Just a FYI,

GRABAGUN Shows the GSG STG-44 is Out Of Stock in case anyone was "on the fence". Just sayin'

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Old October 03, 2012, 12:43   #62
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i was at one of the local shops the other day and they had two of these on the wall. I took one down and checked it out for a while, when I set it back down on the counter, a guy standing next to me said, "I'll take it". They were retailing for $589.
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Old October 18, 2012, 15:07   #63
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I got one today. $605 OTD. Cool little toy. I was going to wait for prices to fall but the story is when they run out of the wood boxes that will be it for them. And I kinda like that box.

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I was thinking I probably should have waited until the prices went down. Now after hearing Obummer tip his hand during the second debate (no surprise, just surprised he admitted it) I am glad I got mine when I did. Being made outside of the US I am sure that will be on "the list" although the saving grace maybe that it is .22.
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Old October 18, 2012, 17:45   #65
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Anybody find spare mags for sale anywhere at less than $40 or so?
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Old October 18, 2012, 20:12   #66
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Anybody find spare mags for sale anywhere at less than $40 or so?
There are mags available?
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Old October 19, 2012, 09:43   #67
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I found one online for 39.95 but I believe they are supposed to retail for 24-29 dollars (mine had a price tag of 24.95 on it, yes the one I paid 39.95 for). They are hard to find now (I could only find one) but they should be coming to market soon (pending mag bans and executive orders of course).

I paid over $600 for the rifle and too much for an extra mag as well but I was pleased with the way the rifle shot/functioned.
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Old October 19, 2012, 19:32   #68
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I've been watching these for sale at a local dealer. They started out at $600 and sold at that price, then slowed down. He currently has them priced at $499, no reserve on gunbroker. Thinking hard about jumping in on one.

One thing is for sure, they really did nail the looks on this model. I remember years ago the 22lr copies of AR-15's and AK's were almost toy looking.
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Old October 20, 2012, 06:40   #69
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Old October 20, 2012, 08:40   #70
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Got one on Gun Broker for $36.50 plus shipping. More scarce than Hen's Teeth! Oh well, if ya wants ta hear da music ya gots ta feed the jukebox!
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Old October 20, 2012, 11:42   #71
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Thanks for the heads up.
Too many different stories about what will happen when all the wood box rifles are gone. I am glad I bought mine when I did.
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Old October 20, 2012, 16:26   #72
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Mine was an impulse buy. Could they get cheaper, sure. Sometimes I just want what I see. I work hard and deserve a toy now and again.
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Old October 20, 2012, 18:53   #73
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Mine was an impulse buy. Could they get cheaper, sure. Sometimes I just want what I see. I work hard and deserve a toy now and again.
I hear ya. I'm the same way. Life is too short.
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Old October 20, 2012, 20:02   #74
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put one on lay away at the local fun shop today, it'll be a christmas present to myself. Thanks for the prodding guys.
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Old October 20, 2012, 20:15   #75
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I really need to stop checking up on this thread. I want one!
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Old October 20, 2012, 20:26   #76
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Mine was an impulse buy. Could they get cheaper, sure. Sometimes I just want what I see. I work hard and deserve a toy now and again.
... bwhaaha, that was exactly the same logic I used when I made the decision to buy mine. I try not to voice this to my wife though as before I know it a couple more pairs of shoes magically appear in the closet. WTF is it with women and shoes anyway??
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On another note. What ammo have you guys found to work the best in this rifle. I am contemplating buying a couple thousand rounds and I don't want to buy some that won't cycle properly. Is there any particular grain bullet or high power recommendations? yeah yeah I know, buy a couple boxes and try them out myself.
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Old October 23, 2012, 20:30   #78
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Just do it. He who hesitates looses. I have missed out on too many toys pondering if I should buy now or wait.
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Just do it. He who hesitates looses. I have missed out on too many toys pondering if I should buy now or wait.
Y'all are probably correct. It's #2 on my wanted list of firearms. I'm actually kind of in a race with a family member to see who can get one first.

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Saw four dealers with mags today at the York PA show. Prices were $35-$40. Plenty, one dealer had a big stack of them. I picked up one for $35, thinking they will come down in price later.
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ATI has them on their website, 39.95.
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Old October 28, 2012, 10:40   #82
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My dealer has them in stock, figure I'll get two or three when I pick up the rifle.
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Old October 28, 2012, 21:37   #83
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We've had four guns, all in wooden crates and 11 25rd mags so far. No 10rd mags to be had.
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I just looked at grabagun.com and they have them back in stock for $532. That is the best price I have seen. But they want over $40 for mags.


GERG STG44 STG-44 16.5 inch 22 LR 25rd
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$532.03
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Old November 04, 2012, 10:37   #85
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ATI has the 25 rd magazines in stock $39.99 plus shipping. USPS priority mail $7.40
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Old November 05, 2012, 09:28   #87
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My dealer has them in stock, figure I'll get two or three when I pick up the rifle.
Stateline I assume?
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Yup, they've got another one for sale if you feel the need.
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Anybody found a sling that works well on the STG 44?
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I'm also on the fence on getting one (and also broke)

I did shoot the Umarex MP5 22 lr. It's a beautiful gun with excellent fit and finish but the recoilless pop pop pop when you shoot it is very unsatisfying compared to a "real" gun.

On the other hand Kahr Thompson sells a non-firing wall hanger replica of their 1927A1 for over $500

so $500 or so for a working firearm replica of an otherwise unobtainable gun is a bargain
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Sarco has repo K98 slings for $15.00. I believe that is what was used on the STG
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Sarco has repo K98 slings for $15.00. I believe that is what was used on the STG
My sling literally just came this very day from Sarco. I'll let you know how it fits. I also have a K98k sling from World War Supply that I can try if for some reason it doesn't fit.
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My sling literally just came this very day from Sarco. I'll let you know how it fits. I also have a K98k sling from World War Supply that I can try if for some reason it doesn't fit.
I'd to know how well the SARCO sling fits. I just got an email from my dealer saying my STG44 has just come in. I'd like to order a sling ASAP so would appreciate hearing how well your sling fits.

I think it will look nice when it meets is "big brother", my original WWII MP43. When I get the STG44, I'll post some "togetherness" pictures.
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Sarco has repo K98 slings for $15.00. I believe that is what was used on the STG
As soon as I saw the configuration of the buttstock the K98 came to mind but I tried a genuine Mauser sling and it's too wide and too thick to fit my gun...maybe the repops fit better.
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I'd to know how well the SARCO sling fits. I just got an email from my dealer saying my STG44 has just come in. I'd like to order a sling ASAP so would appreciate hearing how well your sling fits.

I think it will look nice when it meets is "big brother", my original WWII MP43. When I get the STG44, I'll post some "togetherness" pictures.
I'm actually out of town right now but will be back early next week. I'll let you know as soon as I can.

I hope you plan on posting those pictures here!
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I'm actually out of town right now but will be back early next week. I'll let you know as soon as I can.

I hope you plan on posting those pictures here!
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Mine was an impulse buy. Could they get cheaper, sure. Sometimes I just want what I see. I work hard and deserve a toy now and again.
Exactly! I went today to buy some ammo for my 300 blackout and walked out with a pistol and a wooden crate with a STG44 replica inside it. Chambered in .22lr, of course! I almost missed it and was waiting to pay for the pistol and ammo when I saw that wooden crate out of the corner of my eye. Now I need to find a sling and a couple more magazines.
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Would this work? How about a first generation E. German AK sling - the grey nylon ones that are an inch wide that just have two sliders and black keepers; not the later and wider blue/grey ones with the snap hook?
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I bought a leather post war E. German STG/MP44 sling off Ebay for $25 shipped (from Poland). It does not have the metal buckle that goes in the the slot in the buttstock so it fits better. As another member mentioned earlier with the pics, the K98 repro slings work too.
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I'd to know how well the SARCO sling fits. I just got an email from my dealer saying my STG44 has just come in. I'd like to order a sling ASAP so would appreciate hearing how well your sling fits.

I think it will look nice when it meets is "big brother", my original WWII MP43. When I get the STG44, I'll post some "togetherness" pictures.
Okay, the Sarco sling fits perfectly. I'll try to get some pictures up tonight. I haven't tried my sling from World War Supply but the two look suspiciously similar.

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Both are new reproduction slings. SARCO sling on the STG, it was a little stiff at first bu seems to breaking in already. Both fit nice and snug without being too tight. Quite pleased with both actually.

I think one of the keepers is backwards... doh!






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