Heman

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  1. Needing help

    I'm trying to make my first legal post-DIAS as I'm a Type 07/02 SOT. Using the dimensions you find publicly but it isn't helping, the trip is well short of the hammer. I'm needing some help, understand how it works, just can't get the dimensions right. Realize this may be a sensitive topic but I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong and really don't want to 3rd hole the lower. PM me and I can provide you my number or email. Thanks in advance.
  2. Needing help

    No I realize drilling the 3rd hole would be the easiest way and that was the initial plan however. If I get rid of my SOT I would have to destroy or sell it (yes I know I can). I don't want to sell it. Understand for some the prince may not be that much but I'm a VERY small operation and don't want to purchase again (I'm a PSA dealer so price is less but still dont' want to). Plus PSA doesn't just sell the ARV lowers so getting an extra lower isn't an option. The DIAS in theory is the easier way. The other issue is the bolt is based off of the M16 BCG (back part) put the front part is a little different. My sales rep "Thinks" it can do full auto but isn't sure. He said he isn't sure if they ever did a test with it doing that. So doing a DIAS first to see if it works sounds better than drilling a 3rd hole only to find out I have a semi-auto with a 3rd hole that is now on paper a machine gun even though it can't. Trying to get an answer from their engineers on that. Also DIAS gives me some flexibility with a regular lower not having to have 2 different things registered. As far as selling yes I'm well aware contacted the local class 3 dealers and LE agencies to let them know I'm here and can do the 3rd hole operation and stuff for them if they need it. Appreciate everyone's commenting. I think at this time I just need to know what trip blueprint goes with what sear body blueprint as it appears there are 2 different variants.
  3. Needing help

    Yes the trigger well areas and the majority of the lower is the same as a standard AR. SO a standard DIAS would fit, I just need to know which base goes with which trip as I think I'm mixing the plans. They modified the mag well and the mag/bolt release to be different. Also the bolt itself is different. Over all the modifications are rather cool. The design you talked about it something I wondered also. But I'd need to mill out the side of the lower to increase the width as it has the indentation on it to narrow it. As of right now I'm just trying to do the least invasive approach possible.
  4. Needing help

    Thank you to all that replied. The issue with drilling the lower is it is not a standard AR15 lower but the ARV lower from PSA. You can't just buy a separate lower but only in their build kit $540. If I decide to get rid of my SOT I don't want to have to destroy the lower. Otherwise if it was a $50 regular lower it wouldn't be an issue or question.
  5. Needing help

    If it was a regular lower I would. But it's on my ARV and Palmetto doesnt sell only lowers. Only sell essential build kits and they are $450 a pop.
  6. New Type07/02 a question

    Thank you very much, what size spring are they using?
  7. Hello, I'm a new type 07/02 and looking at form 02ing my first machine gun. Question I have is which would be the better way to go about it. Doing the 3rd hole or making a DIAS where it is registered as the MG. The second way appeals to me a little more so that way the lower itself isn't registered, but then wasn't sure how hard it is to time them, etc. Any suggestions or advice is appreciated. Thanks in advance,
  8. New Type07/02 a question

    Thanks for the reply why did you prefer the DIAS? I've got the metal to start making one. Also as far as tuning am I moving fore and aft or up and down? Wish there was a you tube video.