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Full Auto Friday 😈🤘 Something you don't see everyday. The real deal select fire CETME-L at Not a clone or parts build. Mean green machine. If you think the CETME looks like an HK, it's because they share some similar DNA. Ludwig Vorgrimler designed the CETME in the early 1950s, in a career path that took him full circle from Mauser during WWII, to France in the immediate post-war years, to Spain, and finally back to Mauser in 1956. During his time in Santa Barbara, the West German government adopted and adapted the design of the CETME 58, producing it under license as the G3 in the factories of Rheinmettal and Heckler & Koch. HK then used it as the basis of an entire line of some of the most iconic 20th-century firearms.
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