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  1. I'm looking for a used flash hider for the Mp5.
  2. Current eForms transfer times?

    If you do a form 5 to add personal weapons to your eforms, how would they transfer out to another SOT? On a form 3 or??
  3. WTB: PM12s silencer

    I'm looking for a new or used silencer for a PM12s. PM me if you have one you'd sell.
  4. WTB: Sig M11B

    3 year bump.
  5. WTB: Premay Mp5.

    I'm looking for a pre-sample Hk Mp5. I don't want one that's been refinished or re-barrelled, nor am I looking for a previous range rental with a million rounds through it. I just want a decent original example. A typical police trade in with scratches and finish wear would be perfect.
  6. I am looking for a Mk25 suppressor for the PM12s. New or used. Preferably on a form 3.
  7. Why not just find an original barrel that hasn't been demilled?
  8. WTB: AAC "Krinkov" suppressor.

    Bump. Still looking.
  9. WTS: Surefire SOCOM SB 5.56 Suppressor - Used

    Put me down for one if you happen to find another.
  10. WTS: Pre/Post and various other items

    I'll take #4. Mp5 for $13.5k
  11. WTB: Premay Mp5.

    I'm looking for a pre-sample Hk Mp5. I don't want a safe queen or one that's been refinished or re-barrelled, nor am I looking for a previous range rental with a million rounds through it. I just want a decent original example. A typical police trade in with scratches and finish wear would be fine.
  12. I'm looking for some 32 round mags for the PM12 and PM12s. If you have some you'd like to sell, PM me with price and pictures.
  13. If you're considering converting a Chinese underfolder into a fixed stock configuration, be aware that there's a lot of fabrication needed at the back of the receiver to make that happen. Not only is there a big hole in each side of the receiver for the underfolder to pivot in that would need to be patched, the Chinese guns were cut at an angle at the rear, similar to the shape you see on the back of the milled receiver guns and that missing section would need to be grafted onto the receiver as well. If you want a fixed stock version, you're really better off waiting until you locate one that was originally built that way. If, for example, you end up buying a .223 underfolder and have a smith modify the receiver into a full stock configuration and do a caliber change, the receiver work will be visible and the gun will be harder to sell and probably for less than what it would be worth if you left it in it's original configuration. Your best bet might be to post a "WTB" in the appropriate section on this forum detailing what you're looking for. You might end up with what you want without having to modify or change anything.
  14. 22 Full auto questions

    With my Colt M16, I run a Ciener .22 kit in a dedicated upper which I cobbled together from loose parts I had laying around. It's just a flat top M4 upper sporting a comp m2 red dot and a carbine length barrel assembly. I had the barrel cut and threaded just past the FSB. I took an old worn out gas tube and cut it off so it is about 2" long then hammered flat the part that pokes out past the FSB and folded it over on itself to prevent gas leaks. I run a YHM stinger on it and use Black Dog mags. It eats most regular store brand 22lr without many issues, at least not any more than I got when I used to shoot off the rack semi-auto .22 rifles. .22 is always going to have the odd ftf now and again. But more often than not I get full 30 round mag dumps with that setup. Prior to actually using the Ciener kit for the first time, I did take the opportunity to hone all the sharp edges and stone any burrs I could find to ensure it ran as smooth as possible. I also keep it very well lubed. Because of the can, it gets some blowback in the action that removes the lube after a few hundred rounds so while at the range, I take the conversion out when it starts to look dry and re-apply lube to the rails. I keep the conversion in that upper and I only use it with that can. And switching between calibers is as simple as pushing the 2 pins and swapping uppers. I don't change a thing on my lower.
  15. I am looking for one of the old suppressors that AAC made specifically for the krinkov with the 24mm threads. Preferably in 7.62mm. PM me if you happen to have one you'd sell.