GSG Schmeisser STG-44 from ATI

The Sturmgewehr 44 was originally developed in Germany during World War II, and is well-known for being one of the first modern "assault rifles" to see major deployment. In honor of the Sturmgewehr, German Sport Guns has released the GSG Schmeisser STG-44—a replica model that's dialed back to semi-auto and chambered in .22 LR. It's being imported to the United States by ATI.

The GSG Schmeisser STG-44 is designed to retain as many of the original specs as possible. Called the "Schmeisser" STG-44 in honor of the Sturmgewehr 44's original designer, it makes for a unique and historical plinker.

You can get a closer look at the GSG Schmeisser STG-44 in the video below, hosted by American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe.

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .22 LR
Color/Finish:
Black
Barrel Length:
16.5"
Capacity:
25 Rounds
Weight:
9.5 lbs.
MSRP: $599.95

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9 Responses to GSG Schmeisser STG-44 from ATI

gtnby2 wrote:
March 29, 2013

Microzap...... GSG actually is manufacturing a mp40 in 22lr now and is going to be through ATI as well... Haven't seen it yet, but I'm sure it will be alot of fun!!!

old trooper wrote:
March 27, 2013

when we saw them at shot show, they said they were evaluating their 7.62x39 version for export. Now that would be fun!

Joseph Gironda wrote:
March 26, 2013

I have one and enjoy firing it. Since I live in NJ, the magazine looks like the 25-rd one shown, but internally it's a 10-rd to comply with state law. If there were different calibers offered, I'd choose the .22 due to ammo cost, but I can see someone thinking of other calibers, such as 9mm.

Daniel Kelly wrote:
March 25, 2013

I want one - But our government took our weapons from us. MY US friends never let this happen to you

Joseph A. Clephane wrote:
March 25, 2013

If Hitler had'nt been an idiot and tried to stop production of this firearm and slowed down the production of the worlds first atomic bomb, we might very well be living in a different world today. Chalk one up for his ignorance !! Fine work of art.

microzap wrote:
March 25, 2013

I'm hoping for an MP40 in .22

cooldude wrote:
March 25, 2013

Make one in 7.62x39 and I will buy one. 7.62x39 would be a cheap relatively close alternative to the original 7.92x33 Kurz round. Also they should change the magazine so there is no cutout.

John Harrmon wrote:
March 25, 2013

The man is right---should of been 9mm.

noodles wrote:
March 25, 2013

A 9mm version would be more desirable.