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Thread: History of: H&K MP5

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    Team GunsNet Gold 07/2012 / Super Moderator Gunreference1's Avatar

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    After today, it's all historical.

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    Thanks for that link, a very iconic firearm.

    Way back when, right after 9/11 and my wife's passing, my daughter and I got invited to a few events in Florida, one of which was a special tour of the Kennedy Space Center and The Cape. It was almost embarrassing as we went through the guard shack and my then 12 year old daughter yelled at the top of her lungs: "Dad. that guard has an MP-5!!!" Got quite a few smiles from all around. Doubt they would smile in today's PC stupidity.

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    I’d hope they would still smile ... if they didn’t it might be because the officers that had then don't know just how iconic they are due to the dumbing down of today’s youngsters

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