mbell556

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  1. All sold pending funds.
  2. PM sent, let me know. Thanks!
  3. Sold my last FNC and have a few left over parts. One new AK5 cocking handle NEW $45 shipped CONUS. I have 2 rail mounts 1 StormWerkz and 1 A.R.M.S. FNC rail. These mount on top of the upper receiver. Both are like new. $65 each shipped CONUS.
  4. If you are interested in the rifle only as it comes from the factory with none of the spare parts or accessories I will sell the rifle for $10,500 shipped.
  5. This is an excellent condition MM23E . This rifle has been fired exactly 290 rounds and you can see it fire every one of those rounds. I loaded 3 belts of 30 rounds and 4 belts of 50 rounds and a friend of mine took his video camera out when we test fired this gun. It functioned perfectly as you can see in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwZnz-Ki5_g I took the rifle home cleaned it and put in on the vault wall where it has been since.I have a registered receiver German HK23E and lots of other hosts for my registered HK sear so this rifle has remained unfired since it's test firing.I am retired and just thinning out some of my redundant items. It comes with an extra heavy barrel and light barrel plus the light barrel it came with. The extra light barrel is unfired.The original light barrel and the heavy barrel were used in the test firing. I added a German 23E belt guide seen in the pictures. Please look at the pictures closely for condition. This MM23E is not so much used as it is vetted so you can know there are no manufacturing or functioning issues with this semi-auto belt fed host. It comes with the original SEF housing and a four position housing if you have a registered sear in a four position pack. This is a semi-auto only rifle and transferes as such to your local FFL dealer. Other extras include an adapter and 200 round SAW ammo box and 500 M27 clean used links. The price is $12,000 for the MM23E, 2 extra barrels, HK23E belt guide, SAW adapter, 200 round SAW box, 500 M27 links and the 4 position housing if you have a 4 position trigger pack. Shipping and insurance is $100. The barrels are around $1,000 each now and the adapter is around $200.You are ready to rock and roll with this package with no waiting. This package would cost around $15,000 new. Payment by check is fine if you want to wait until it clears. Certified funds ship right away as long as I have your receiving FFL .
  6. To clarify, the full-auto springs and weights are in the carrier but the guide rods are in the stock. The rods in the stock are a different length for full-auto. Mis-match the springs, weights and guide rods and you have a safety issue. Buy a full-auto stock and bolt carrier group and you know you are safe. My Idea was to set this sear up to be as safe, reliable and close to factory specs as possible. Look at the difference in the original Flemming hammer machining and the Dyer hammer in my trigger pack(the last picture in the post). It is about precision and quality which equates to reliability and safety when it comes to firearms. I don't want to drag Bill Flemming through the mud, God knows the NFA branch has done that enough, but the original conversions out there are pretty crude.
  7. VDY. Looks like November 1997.
  8. Thanks for the clarification. I edited the wording to make it clearer. I think of the stock and BCG group together, that's my mistake. I bought the full-auto AUG as a kit for this conversion. I changed the barrel to the 16" because That was more fun to shoot to me. Thanks for helping me straighten the wording out. I am an M16 guy for the most part.
  9. Not associated with the serial number. Would there be a mark somewhere else on the receiver?
  10. This is a Capital Armory repair/replacement A2 receiver. I felt it was worth it to destroy the original A1 preban receiver used in the conversion so I could upgrade the rifle to the A2 configuration. I spent about $1,300 total doing this. My goal was to make this the ultimate select fire transferable AUG.
  11. They are both semi-auto trigger housings. Neither of those can be placed into a full-auto stock. They sold very fast which usually indicates they were undervalued for the current market. I saw both of those. There are not a lot for sell. IMHO my set up is better than a registered receiver AUG which is an A1 and cannot be replaced. This set up can be used with any full-auto stock and with any semi-auto receiver. We'll see. Offers will be considered. The NFA market can be hard to judge for those items that are not relatively common. I by no means want to gouge on the price but I do not want to short change myself either. I put a lot of time, money and effort in setting up this AUG with the best parts and best gunsmithing available. If you are interested make an offer. This AUG set up has a pretty much indefinite life span.