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#1 timkel

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Posted 30 July 2018 - 04:37 PM

Don't see many original Stechkin for sale. This one is a dealer sample so it's out of my reach. I would even like to see a semi Stechkin on the market. But I don't see that happening any time soon.
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Posted 30 July 2018 - 09:12 PM

Stechkin is very cool. Id love to fire one. A machine pistol in 9mm Mak sounds way too cool. Now I jusr need that SOT.....

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Posted 30 July 2018 - 11:18 PM

Stechkin is very cool. Id love to fire one. A machine pistol in 9mm Mak sounds way too cool. Now I jusr need that SOT.....

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Not that many posties were sold by LMO.  Heard there was one last year at SAR, crazy cash like 20 or 30K

they are actually a smooth shooter with the stock fixed, plenty of weight to them.

One of the very few purpose built machine pistols, practically everything else is an adaptation of an existing semi auto...Beretta 93R, Glock G18, Mauser 714, etc

The only others that come to mind is the uber rare Colt Scamp and the HK VP70M

You get a chance try a 70M out with the stock.  Crazy cyclic rate but with the burst limiter a very easy to control piece

 

not many Stechkin left in the former USSR these days, bunch were surplused into Europe and converted to semi

some of those filtered Stateside

seen two semi guns over the last twenty five years

One was brought back in the 90s by a retiring AF Officer.  He picked it up while stationed in Germany, even declared it when he moved home.

The other was likely one of the handful BATF let slip in that were sold through a SGN ad prior to the Web.  The bureau tried to forward trace them all with their usual level of luck.  They do sometimes crop up with ignorant sellers on the web, maybe seen three online.  One was listed on the old Strum boards maybe eight years ago

 

the LMO parts kits were rather badly torched but I am aware of one reweld semi build


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Posted 31 July 2018 - 06:57 AM

I was outbid on GB for one of those torch cut kits, But that was over 10 years ago. I'm still sitting on several of the stock/holsters.


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Posted 31 July 2018 - 03:06 PM

I was outbid on GB for one of those torch cut kits, But that was over 10 years ago. I'm still sitting on several of the stock/holsters.

There are a handful of saw cut Stech floating about.  These were mostly cut samples, last one I sold was a single vertical saw cut through the magazine well, that was close to twenty years ago & pulled crazy cash out of it then.

These days no one would be cutting up a postie

 

In a recent thread on another forum Richard@APEX mentioned that a large lot of Stechkin had been tendered a bit ago however the price was way up there and with the current demil standards there was no interest with American importers either so there they sit in Europe

 

I have heard rumor there is at least one transferable in the NFTR that came in back in the 60s

seems likely as the Soviets had distributed a number in Central & South America.  Che' Guevara was a real fan of the breed

Meaning it's very possible some our guys may have ended up with one and registered it up

 

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