American Tactical Imports, a worldwide importer of firearms, is proud…

American Tactical Imports, a worldwide importer of firearms, is proud to introduce a new model in the GSG lineup, the GSG STG-44.

The German Sport Guns .22LR STG-44 is the newest addition to the exciting line of GSG firearms. The demo was introduced at SHOT Show 2012, but now the GSG STG-44 from ATI is ready for shipping in the U.S. The STG 44 (Sturmgewehr 44, literally “Storm Rifle”) was designed in 1944 in Nazi Germany and is considered by many historians to be the first modern assault rifle.


Designed to precisely imitate the WWII Sturmgewehr, the .22 LR GSG STG-44 features a weight of 9.5lbs, a 17.2” barrel, an overall length of 37.2” and real solid wood furniture. It is available with 10 or 25 round capacity magazines and comes shipped in an Eastern Pine box hand-crafted by the Amish in the mountain region of New York state.


MSRP for the GSG STG-44 is $599.95.

American Tactical Imports is the exclusive U.S. representative of quality firearms, ammunition and equipment from around the globe. They have quickly established themselves as a reputable and recognized importer. ATI replaces the manufacturer as the exclusive representative in the distribution chain, only selling to legitimate distributors in the United States. To order American Tactical Imports’ products, inquire about its distributors at your local gun shop, or visit


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  • Daniel Kearby

    The GSG StG44 Is a wonderful weapon but there is one major problem. NO ONE carries magazine for it. Not even American Tactical! What is the problem? The whole purpose of a semi auto rifle or pistol is to have several magazines so a shooter can get back to firing instead of having to stop and reload a magazine. Get some on the market, and quick. Thank you for your time.

  • Charles Stubben

    FYI, I own one of these, as does a friend, and all field reports I have read coinside with what I have learned. So far, each and everyone of these rifles shoot 3 feet low at only 10 yards which is a BIG problem. I must set my sights at 70 yards to hit center of mass. One good thing is that H&K G-3/MP5 claw scope mounts work well on this firearm. Be forwarned that ATI has not answered my letter sent to them regarding this sighting issue which I also find unacceptable.

  • Robert

    Is this model ATI GSG .22 STG-44 in stock and ready for purchase. I would like to purchase one and have not been able to find one for sale.

  • TexasDoubleTap

    Looks cool!!