What I really love about Wenger is how they make so many specialty models for different niche markets.
Nice! I think I need to steel auction pictures for the Wiki... of course you could provide some really nice ones when you get it.Nice Find!
Thank you.....Hope to have it within the next few weeks....That is the FIRST one I have ever seen for sale. Lucky break!!!!J-Sews: what the the dimensions of the front sight tool? It is obvious that the flat, stubby end is a flat-bladed screwdriver for adjusting something. I might have some toys back home that this thing could be useful for.What is REALLY expensive is the rear sight adjustment tool for the HK-9#/G3 series of weapons. (I.E.: HK-91/G3; HK-93/HK-33; HK-94/MP-5; HK-21 MG; PSG-1; SP-89/MP-5K). Basicly, a stubby Phillips screwdriver on one end, a spanner-type push wrench on the other. $85 is what I paid for it last summer for my HK-91...SHEESH!!! Probably cost $1US to make.Now, if I win the lotto, I will look for a STG-90/SIG 550 for this tool to work on...LOL
I seen one of those tools at a gunshow this year for $5.
Quote from: american lockpicker on August 31, 2009, 06:53:26 AMI seen one of those tools at a gunshow this year for $5.Aren't you kicking yourself now for not getting it?
Yeah...but gunshows in Korea are as common as ocean front property in Arizona.
Quote from: bren10man on August 31, 2009, 04:30:28 PMYeah...but gunshows in Korea are as common as ocean front property in Arizona.No gunshows?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!*DTH checks off Korea on his "places to visit" list.
That blows mate Once in a while in Brisbane we have an Arms fairhttp://www.brisbanearmsfair.com.au/First time I got hold a AK-74, Mac 10, Spas-12 and an MP5K....good stuff you Americans have Knives are also there of course...next time I will have to get photos