Never heard of one for any gun, myself. Sounds "interesting".
That is correct. And 10/22Ts DO NOT use polygonal rifling.Pdwight said:Because you have a hammer forged barrel does not mean it has polygonal rifeling.
Apples and Macintosh's
Another in the now discontinued for importation series from HK is the HK300 in .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire (WMR). With a hammer forged polygonal bore profile, the 300 has a V-Notch rear sight and conventional front sight. . It has either a five round or 15 round box magazine capacity and a straight blowback inertia bolt. None of these guns, with the exception of the SL6 and SL7 appears to still be manufactured. They are not represented on the official German HK website. I don't know with certainty though.
With the HK05 mount, a scope could be added. The 05 mount was made for commonality with all HK sporting rifles. The stock was made from European walnut.
Was unable to find anything about how barrel are made barrels on Kahr website. But I will take your word for it. The German barrel maker of Lothar Walther definitely has the technology and facilities to make them.Vincent said:Smoky, you are incorrect about Kahr getting their barrels from HK. They get their barrels from Lothar Walther. If you go to the Kahr website and click on barrels it will take you to a page on how their barrels are made and it states clearly that the barrels are made by Lothar Walther, I have always heard of very good things about Lothar Walther barrels so I found that interesting.