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indy1919a4
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Looks nice.. That will leave a neat fireball.. Did the screw win the battle??

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NorincoKid
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indy1919a4 wrote:
Thu Mar 25, 2021 8:31 pm
Looks nice.. That will leave a neat fireball.. Did the screw win the battle??
Havent fought that battle yet, but It very well may win it, yes.

I really wont know until I get the front sight on. There may not be enough room to slide the front band all the way over (forward) the bayonet lug without hitting the front sight.

If thats the case, you could never separate the barreled receiver from the stock unless you removed the front sight.

Really gonna have to see how that all plays out. And figure out a front sling mount as well, but that may just be as simple as screwing a stud into the bottom of the wood.

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No matter what path you take, It looks good ..

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Getting this mocked up. Still a lot of work to do, but its coming together.

CETME kit, US barrel shortened to 14.5 with a three lug adapter to get to an overall length of 16.1" , some clapped out HK furniture and a PTR flat

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Not a parts kit anymore.

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Moderately happy with how this came out. First gun build using a TIG welder, and it shows. There's definitely a learning curve to using it.

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