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LOT 3492
Fleming/Heckler & Koch HK21K Belt Fed Sear/Host Combo, Class III/NFA -A) Fleming Firearms Auto Sear, Class III/NFA Fully Transferable Machine Gun - Serial no. H1934, 308 , matte gray finish. Sear is individually marked, installed in an unmarked “shelf” pattern trigger pack, which is configured for an ambidextrous selector, HK21 pattern ejector, sear bar and hammer, and safe/ semi/three-round/full operation.
CONDITION: Very fine, with light handling marks. In good order. NOTE: This weapon is a National Firearms Act (NFA), fully transferable Class 3, which is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, (BATFE) under the provisions of 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44 and 27 CFR part 479. B) Heckler & Koch HK21K Host Gun - Serial no. A015977, 308 cal., 11 inch fluted bbl., black finish, synthetic stock. Built around a “shelf” pattern Heckler & Koch receiver, this host gun has been built up into a short-barreled variant of the HK21 general purpose machine gun. Introduced in 1961, the HK21 was exported to multiple countries, including the United States for use by the Special Operations community. Hooded post front and four-position drum rear sights, with a pair of bipod mounting rails and a swiveling carry handle on the forearm heat shield, bipod, quick-detach barrel with birdcage flash hider, “HK21K” on top of the receiver between a pair of scope mounting points, reinforced side rails, silent bolt closure device, and a “dog leg” pattern fixed buttstock. The trigger housing is properly sized and shaped for the HK21, with pictographic markings matching the trigger pack configuration and a cosmetic faux pin at the front. The bolt head is marked “HK 2/70” and the bolt carrier “HK 4/70”, the latter properly configured to interface with the sear bar and feed mechanism.
CONDITION: Very fine as upgraded to full auto, with 97% plus factory matte black finish, showing minor handling marks overall. The furniture is in equal condition. Mechanically very good.
Estimate: 35,000 - 55,000
LOT 3493
Fleming Firearms/Heckler & Koch MP5 Submachine Gun, Class III/NFA Fully Transferable Machine Gun - Serial no. 8270, 9 mm
cal., 9 inch round bbl., black finish, metal stock. Originally manufactured
in 1985 in Germany and imported by HK of Chantilly, VA as an HK94 carbine, then converted to a MP5
style submachine gun by Fleming Firearms, which involved shortening the overall length and restoring the original “hinge pin” profile to the rear of the magazine well. Hooded post front and four-position drum
rear sights, with the top of the receiver marked “HK MP5”, “8270” and “IF(antler)” and the right side under the trigger housing bearing the Fleming markings. The shortened muzzle has been fitted with both
threading and a traditional three-lug accessory mounting arrangement, with a SureFire triple rail forearm, rail covers, and a Tango Down vertical foregrip installed. A functioning paddle lever is fitted on the mag catch, textured pistol grip with ambidextrous selector and pictographic “full auto/3-round
burst/semi/safe” markings, and a two-position telescoping buttstock. The bolt head and carrier are both marked “IG” (1986), with the latter being a semi-automatic pattern with a professionally built up sear trip, and the trigger pack being “hinge pin” pattern and configured to match the housing markings.

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