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STGN

STGK

STGP

HMG Sturmgewehr
Country of origin

United States of America

Manufacturer(s)

Hill & Mac Gunworks

Designer(s)

Hill & Mac Gunworks

Year(s) designed

2015

Production began

2016-2017 (projected)

Weapon type

Assault rifle

Caliber

5.56×45mm NATO
7.62×39mm
.300 AAC Blackout
7.92×33mm Kurz

Overall length
  • STG-N: 37.5 inches (95.3 centimeters)
Barrel length
  • STG-N: 16 inches (40.6 centimeters)
  • STG-K: 8, 10.5, 11 or 13 inches (20.3, 26.7, 27.9, 33 centimeters)
  • STG-P: 13 inches (33 centimeters)
Weight empty
  • STG-N: 11.6 pounds (5.27 kilograms)
  • STG-K: 11 pounds (4.99 kilograms)
  • STG-P: 10 pounds (4.54 kilograms)
Magazine/Cylinder capacity

STANAG magazine

Cyclic rate

Semi-automatic

The Hill & Mac Gunworks Sturmgewehr is an American semi-automatic civilian assault rifle.

HistoryEdit

The weapon was conceived in 2015 when HMG announced plans for a StG 44 replica to be made in the coming years. This very weapon was shown off at SHOT Show 2016, with production slated to begin in March or April 2017.

Design DetailsEdit

The weapon is an exact replica of the famed and storied StG 44 assault rifle, but is modernized to meet standards. The weapon uses a Heckler & Koch trigger group due to its wide availability, and is compatible with STANAG magazines. HMG is also planning to make a variant of the Sturmgewehr chambered in 7.92×33mm Kurz, using a proprietary magazine that is also compatible with AR-15-type rifles.

VariantsEdit

STG-N

Standard-length variant.

STG-K

NRA variant with short barrel and wooden stock.

STG-P

Variant with short barrel and no stock.

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