Home Rifles Military Arms Channel: GSG StG44 .22LR Rifles Military Arms Channel: GSG StG44 .22LR By Dan Zimmerman - November 7, 2012 7 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR SIG SAUER Adds a PRS Model of Their CROSS Bolt Action Rifle BREAKING: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Uses Strict Scrutiny To Strike Down California’s Ban on Semi-Auto Rifle Sales To Young Adults B&T Announces a 16-Inch Barrel SPC9 Pistol Caliber Carbine 7 COMMENTS what are the “Specs”, and, where can i purchase, an AKS-74U [Kninkov]. Also, spec. & place to purchase, an AK-74? Reply Importer’s site: http://www.americantactical.us/ Review or just more detailed information. http://gunblast.com/GSG-StG44.htm Reply I haven’t watched the video above though I’ve read about this gun on the importer’s website and in a review I believe at Gunblast. It is an interesting and handsome WW2 replica gun that shoots .22 caliber. Personally, my priority for now is to focus on building up my base of practical guns as tools that I might need for self-defense or to acquire food. While the STG 44 in .22 LR can be used in that role there are others better suited for my situation. Otherwise, I might consider buying it. I don’t think anyone will lose money buying this one of a kind gun. If the Left bans the importation of such guns it will sell for a much higher price. Reply I like the stuff GSG makes and ATI imports. 5000+ Rounds in my GSG-1911 and who knows through my 522. Both working without issues and great plinkers. Still hope they come with target version or new version of the 1911 at SHOT show Reply Sorry. I thought you asked about the STG. The sun is shining all over my screen. Need to move so I can read better. Reply Still waiting for these in Canada. Can’t wait to get my hands on it. Reply I have this really weird desire to have this gun in 7.62×25… I guess the irony would be too delicious to resist. But failing that, maybe a conversion kit to allow it to fire the new .22 TCM. Whatever, this thing screams for a hotter round. But not to say that I wouldn’t get it as is. If I had the budget and safe space for (yet another) .22 plinker, I think that this would be a real quality piece! 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.