Heckler & Koch HK41A2

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Weapon, Class 1
Heckler & Koch HK41A2
Heckler & Koch HK41A2.jpg
Game information
Category Conventional rifle
Fire modes Semi-auto
Caliber 7.62x51mm NATO
Barrel length (inches) 17.7
Feeding system Box magazine
+1 round in chamber? Yes
Critical failure type Failure to eject
Stock type Fixed (S)
Weight (units) 22
Max condition 17500
Shop value / Rarity Parallar symbol.png1000 (Rarity 2)
Accessory compatibility
Feeding G3 magazines
Standard: G3 20-round magazine
Muzzle N/A
Standard: None
Optics HK claw mount
Standard: None
Underbarrel mount HK79 mount
Standard: None
Lights N/A
Standard: None
Real world information
Manufacturer Heckler & Koch GmbH
Country of origin Germany.png West Germany
Year 1962
"The HK41 is nothing more than a G3 without the full-auto fire mode. This rifle is slightly less expensive and a good bit more common than its select-fire counterpart, as many do not find it useful to have full-auto on a rifle with such heavy recoil. If you fall in that category of people, you may find yourself better served with this weapon!"
Hebizuka (quote written by Tempest)

The Heckler & Koch HK41A2 (also called HK41A2, or simply HK41) is a 7.62x51mm NATO conventional rifle.

Maze Customs

This weapon can receive the following minor customization services:

PTR-32S

Do you really love your HK41 but sometimes go green with envy at the AK owners? Now you can make them wish they had YOUR ugly stamped metal gun instead of theirs. This service converts your HK41A2 to 7.62x39mm, complete with AK-47 magazine compatiblity.

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PTR-33S

Do you really love your HK41 but sometimes go green with envy at the AK owners? Now you can make them wish they had YOUR ugly stamped metal gun instead of theirs. This service converts your HK41A2 to 5.45x39mm, complete with AK-74 magazine compatiblity.

Modifications:

HK41A2 LBR

An HK41A2 converted to .260 Remington. The new caliber trades a minimal loss of performance for less recoil, and all without the need for new magazines!

Modifications:

Other information