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BRP Stemple 76 - STG76 Setup - with 13" barrel setup - The Last One
The STG76 was replaced by the U9. They are essentially the same gun with the exception of the lower housing and stock. The STG76 uses modified HK stocks and grips whereas the U9 uses M16-compatible stocks and grips.
This particular one is assembled using an STG76 stock, lower housing, and magazine housing that was taken from a gun that was switched to a 34k before it left our facility back in 2011. As such these older parts were never used. The rest of the parts on this gun as well as the receiver are current Universal standard bolt setup.
Back when we were making the STG76 setups, we would number the major components to the gun they were being assembled to. Since the guns evolved to have interchangeable parts, we found this added step redundant. As such, the number 977 appears on several of the older STG 76 part used in this assembly. There are some minor wear marks on the barrel change lever area and magazine housing from when barrel jackets and magazines were check with these parts. The bolt is the new Nickel Boron plated type and the trunion is the current pattern as well. The trigger pack on this gun is the Swedish M37 pattern with a large trigger guard opening compared to the KP31 trigger packs we normally use.
Parts and Accessories Included With This Gun: Magpul bipod, wood crate, M31 compensated barrel shroud, 2 drums, 1 magazine, multi-tool, spare buffer, barrel locknut/muzzle cap tool (sights not included).
Action: Open Bolt and Select-Fire
Weight: 9.7 lbs with Suomi M31 shroud/barrel
Magazine: Suomi KP31 25 rd, 36 rd, 50 rd magazines and 40 rd & 70 rd drums
If you are going to buy a transferable machine gun for some serious shooting, you should consider the Stemple Takedown Guns for these reasons:
They are ‘new’
Well, the receivers are nearly 30 years old but the Stemple Takedown Gun (STG) setups are complete new parts packages installed on unused pre-1986 transferable Stemple 76/45 machine gun receivers.
Simple / Durable Design
Our guns are very difficult to break and very easy to fix. They are simple blow-back guns and very smooth-running in long full-auto bursts. Some of our customers who own the 9mm guns liken the full-auto performance to a laser beam.
By using Picatinny rails (MIL-STD-1913) for sights and hand guards, shooters can add a variety of accessories and optics. The configurations with the Adjustable Bolt System use common AR pattern stocks and grips with hundreds of options currently available.
There’s nothing on these guns that can’t be easily replaced. We designed this system to protect the registered receiver from any wear during use. The only parts that can wear can be easily replaced without the need to ship the gun back and forth.
If you need service, we are here to support our products.
Shoot Cheap Ammo
We typically just shoot steel-cased ammo. Our milled steel trunions easily deal with potential wear issues from any type of ammo.
Capacity and Control
These guns use 70 round drums and are smooth cycling, heavy, accurate, and comfortable to hold. It's basically an assault rifle with a sub-caliber setup... a very controllable and accurate gun in full auto. It's so smooth due to the weight, layout, and action; you can actually watch your target being hit through a 4x scope while shooting long bursts. The 'laser beam' performance of this gun makes it one of the most enjoyable full auto guns you'll ever shoot.
Can't Get Too Hot
These are ideal for machine-gun shoots. The low-pressure pistol ammo cannot create enough heat in the barrel to cause a malfunction or damage the gun. There's no gas system to clog, and the open-bolt system negates any cook-off risk.
This Stemple 76/45 setup is part of "Universal" series and is fully compatible with the other setups and packages in the product line (e.g. U45, U9, U9SF, 34k, Stemple Suomi, & U7.62 setups).
To our customers:
It is our pleasure to offer our customers free training at our facility near Athens, GA. We cover assembly, disassembly, maintenance, troubleshooting, and alternate configurations. This one-on-one course takes approximately 4 hours. If time allows, we can go to the nearby range to shoot as well.
Add Silencer: $425