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I agree the MP5s are the best. Fortunately I live near a forum member who is kind enough to let me shoot his with some regularity.
 

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Hard to beat an MP5s fun factor.
The owner of the shooting property brings his out ~ once a year.
He also owns a clone, not designed/built to the HK standard.
 

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The Thompson fun is derived as much from the history as actually shooting it. Having the opportunity to shoot all the MP5s in that package and the Tommy Gun the MP5 (almost as iconic) is so accurate and easy to shoot the fun level is pretty much a tie. Something tells me an MP40 would be up there as well.
 

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Let's see, MP5 fun to shoot and accurate. Thompson full auto fun to shoot, not as accurate. IMO, call it a tie. Our swat guys carried MP5's for years as entry weapons, not perimeter.
 

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Admittedly I wasn't trying to punch one ragged hole in paper with either MG. I was ringing silhouette steel with them at 100 yards, and both were plenty accurate for that. (To be fair, the guns are both far more accurate than my old eyes are with iron sights. I didn't used to need the crutch of optics, but I'm no longer as young as I once was.)

Back on topic, I'd -love- to try all the MG's in that package!
 
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