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Old March 19th, 2017, 10:23 AM   #1
 
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History of MK's

Many may wonder about the shape and make up of the MK pistols. I did back in the 50's when I seen a picture of the MKI in a magazine and thought "what a strange looking Luger". In fact the MK's were designed by Sturm and Ruger to copy somewhat in design the two most sought after souvenir Pistols in WWII by American GI's, the German Luger in Europe and the Japanese Nambu in the Pacific. The lower part resembles the Luger lower and the upper the same for the Nambu.So you could say shooting the MK's your shooting a combination of History.



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