they were originaly intended to fire tear gas rounds or signal rounds
but some could be modified to fire up to a .45 cal round (scary thought).
This rare implement from the coldwar era was utilized by many operatives in the field. This particular spy weapon was acquired in 1991, from a German Operative. This tool of many an undercover operative was made in West Germany, Erma, SG67E. This awesome piece of history was only fired a handful of times. It will fire any .22 caliber round. It is in Pristine condition.
Get a rare piece of history and spy history with this acquisition! Feel what it would be like to be undercover and gathering intel and trying to dodge the cagey Stasi and/or KGB from the mean streets of East Berlin. Let alone the splinter groups of the "Baader-Meinhof Gang" Rote Armee Fraktion (These groups received financial and logistic support from the Stasi) from various areas of Deustchland.
Yes, get this dynamic awesome slice of the spy game and the amazing history that goes with it!
Fantastic price for this spy implement: $890.00
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.1 the item you're selling will get you 10 years of FED time.
.2 the item was never used by a German operative.
.3 the item was made for firing flares and can be had for 60 euro from the army navy supple store in Paris,located at 185 Des champs elysees...
My suggestion would be to surrender the item to your local ATF before they come knocking!
with a .45 round in it.
but A; it ain't $890 cute, I could put together a serious AR for that
and B: I have read about people shooting themselves with those as they have no safety.