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saw gunner
February 1, 2002, 01:05 PM
hello,i was just trying to find out what a legal mp-44 is worth in okay condition(does not have to be mint condition) thanks chris

February 1, 2002, 04:05 PM
You should be able to find one in very nice condition for about $6k. Prices are held down by the very expensive and hard to find ammo; figure about a buck a round.

February 2, 2002, 11:09 AM
At the Hiram Maxim shoot in Maine two years ago, I saw a guy actually FIRING an MP-44; he said the hardest part was finding ammo for it, because the last people to make it were the Czechs, obo. 1955; they were actually issuing these to their border guards for a while.

Badger Arms
February 2, 2002, 12:51 PM
My Father used to spend hours making specialty ammunition in the Garage. I remember that when it first came out, the 44 AutoMag was expensive to shoot. Heck, it's only a cut-down and then trimmed .308. All you have to do is cut down and trim any standard based round and then run it through a few sizing dies to form the cases. I'd think that brass for the MP-44 would be fairly easy and cheap to make.

4V50 Gary
February 4, 2002, 05:19 PM
Do a search on this forum. I use to post info from a guy who proposed making a replica Stgw-44.