Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: The HK SL8 Is Back Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: The HK SL8 Is Back Edition By Jeremy S. - August 12, 2021 30 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ In case y’all hadn’t heard, Heckler & Koch has brought back the SL8 and new-production units are hitting the market now at an MSRP of $1,699. It’s cool news, but it definitely sparked a lot of memes. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Classic Blunder Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Shock And Awe Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow Edition 30 COMMENTS Because you suck, and we still hate you. Reply ? why? Reply Just because its German don’t mean you have to jump to its defense. It ain’t like it’s a Luger. Reply “its German” didn’t know. … you hate it because it’s german? Being German it will be precisely engineered to fail within a month or two of the warranty expiring. Just like their cars. ant. I don’t hate. Just commenting that you don’t have to stand up for the kit because it comes from the land of your hero’s. Wait. You claim to not know that h&k is German? Do you even own a gun? JWM, probably only “owns” guns in Call Of Duty or online games such as Phantom Forces. It’s an old expression regarding HK’s distain for the civilian market. Reply Some things, like Larry Correia’s epic HK rant never get old. https://monsterhunternation.com/2007/10/09/hk-because-you-suck-and-we-hate-you/ Reply Wow, so that’s where it came from. Thanks for that. Reply @ Biff thanks, Also wondered where that HK phrase came from; case in point where….. “The pen is mightier than the sword” Reply Those star pawners don’t even have a real FFL…in Vegas no less😧 Reply It don’t have the shoulder thingie that goes up? It don’t have the broken muzzle thingie? You gotta stick your thumb in its hole? All that and it’s likely still illegal in CA. Reply Memes? Or are those ME!ME!s? Reply That is one ugly ass gun. It looks like it fell out of Biden’s ass. Reply 8.6 lbs for a .223? Needs a diet. No thanks I’ll just continue to buy American. Reply Yeah. It’s a good thing ARs only weigh 6 lbs. because, if not, they would be way too heavy after you hung 10 lbs. of shit on them. Reply LOL, yup. Reply The only thing I liked about the issue m16, asides from being full auto, was its weight. About 7 pounds loaded. That was 50 years ago. The last couple of AR’s I’ve picked up weigh more than my mosin nagant. And still in that poodle shooting round. “I cant buy it but how much do you want?” $1700. “I’ll give you $150”. $1600 is as low as I can go. “I can go $300, that’s as high as I can go”. Can we meet in the middle at $850? “No, I have to make a profit.” Reply Is the new SL8 a copy of the previous SL8, or is it a copy of the new Tommy Built T36 that had to be modified from it’s previous design after the ATF retroactively ruled was a machine gun, even though it was a clone of the original SL8 that ATF didn’t consider a machine gun? Reply oof the amount truth in this is weighty Reply Who’s been wishing for this??? Reply .223, nope. Should be 12 gauge , and have two barrels with a break open action. The germans dont know squat about what real americans want. Long live theBiden. Reply Is this one of those “because I want it!” guns, or does it do something special that you can’t get in an AR for a lot less $$$? Reply Ok listen guys, I put the “Do not touch” sign over the monkey paw for a reason. Now I’m not going to name names cornpop but maybe wishing for HK to release a civilian G36 wasn’t the best idea. Reply Wake me up when they resurrect the P7. Reply And the thumbhole stock renders it illegal in NYS. Reply For crying out loud when will they learn to certify these for 5.56 NATO, and/or .223 Wylde when they build and market a .223 caliber weapon? Reply Anyone have any idea when these will be available in the USA and from whom? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.