I had one of the semi's and it ran good. Too good some times as it would spit out 3-7 in a row. The drum was a PITA to load as they all had to levered in one at a time. As I remember I traded it for an HKP7M13 NIB. I miss that HK.
I had one too and it was a jam-o-matic also.The mags are expensive IF you can find them and there hit or miss on reliability.Wound up selling the rifle but there definite must have if your trying to collect all the variants.
those use 30 rd squires-bingham mags , there is a company here in the US making them now for $25 each , excellent qaulity and they work flawlessly in the 1927/22 , pps50 and 10/22 adapter. They also make great mags for ar 22 kits
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