The HK41 is a semiautomatic rifle version of the Heckler & Koch G3 automatic rifle that was produced by Heckler & Koch for the civilian market in the 1960s. It is not to be confused with the similarly titled, but separate model, Heckler & Koch G41.


It is estimated that fewer than 400 HK41s were produced and even fewer imported into the U.S. for civilian consumption. Today, HK41s can sell for anywhere between $3000 and $6000 depending on the condition and the economy at the time. An original 1966 model with the push-pin hole in the receiver can sell for around $8500. These are very scarce because most of them were used as hosts for full-auto conversions prior to the May 1986 Machinegun Ban. A 1962 Semi-Auto HKG3 can sell for over $10,000.
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