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FEDUPWBS
10-07-2008, 10:49 PM
I have 10 1919 80% right side plate 80% receivers for sale. Get yours before the ban. They are $89ea or $85ea if you buy 2 or more + $10 shipping and will combine on multiple plates. !st come 1st served Post "I'll take it" here 1st and follow with a PM. I will post these on another board starting tomorrow night. These ARE IN STOCK and ready to ship.

sjpd
10-07-2008, 11:04 PM
I'll take one" PM sent

FEDUPWBS
10-07-2008, 11:52 PM
9 left

Gunaria
10-08-2008, 2:11 AM
Do your plates already have the inner machine work done?

Kind of like this;

http://san1.atlanta.gbhinc.com/GB/112499000/112499594/pix2392286109.jpg

Of course your plates are not going to have all the thru holes drilled. Are they made of 4140 steel?

If you can answer YES to these questions then I'll take two of them.

AK-FEVER
10-08-2008, 7:40 AM
what ban ???something comming?

AaronHorrocks
10-08-2008, 9:01 AM
I will take 3 provided that:

- They are layed out to work with the KMP design
- There are no markings on them such as "M1919A4" (I'm working on a custom M1919A5 project)
- And these are the extra thick version for the semi-auto

DB2
10-08-2008, 9:17 AM
This is great timing!!!!! If any of you scored on the $325 kits on the group buy over at 1919a4.com, get your RSP's from FEDUP!!!!!



Now you need triggers and sears. (I can't throw the hint any harder).

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 11:10 AM
Gunaria; The example you posted is a 100% complete RSP. These need the rivet holes drilled etc. as they are 80% plates.

Aaron; They are layed out to work with the KMP design. Not exactly sure what you mean?
- There are no markings on them such as "M1919A4" (I'm working on a custom M1919A5 project) These have NO MARKINGS
- And these are the extra thick version for the semi-auto YES, SEMI-ONLY
_____

ke6guj
10-08-2008, 11:17 AM
Assuming that they are the semi-auto version, I'll take one.

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 11:34 AM
They are most definatly are SEMI AUTO ONLY.

1 reserved for ke6guj.

8 left

AaronHorrocks
10-08-2008, 11:35 AM
If you don't know what the KMP Design is, then I'm a bit shocked, and not willing to take a risk on all three plates.

I will only take two.

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 11:47 AM
If you don't know what the KMP Design is, then I'm a bit shocked, and not willing to take a risk on all three plates.

I will only take two.

Ive only built a few 1919s and it has been at least a year since I did. I'm no 1919 expert ;). The KMP parts I have used are the semi trigger and sear and have nothing to do with the side plate. I will include instructions for the mods on the internals and if you would like the third plate I'll give you the $85 + $10 price if I have any left.

ke6guj
10-08-2008, 11:50 AM
Aaron; They are layed out to work with the KMP design. Not exactly sure what you mean?


Basically, IIRC, there are a couple different "inside island" setups with one or more islands in differnt widths and locations. So, the internals need to be machined to match whatever receiver version you have.

Gunaria
10-08-2008, 12:08 PM
So Fedup, would you say your plates kind of more or less look like these;

http://i31.tinypic.com/1htukm.jpg

ke6guj
10-08-2008, 12:12 PM
That looks like either a full-auto plate, or a semi-auto plate that hasn't had the internal machining done yet.

DB2
10-08-2008, 1:00 PM
That looks like either a full-auto plate, or a semi-auto plate that hasn't had the internal machining done yet.

I think that doesn't have ANY internal machining yet. I believe these are the most common 80% rsp's out right now...........


http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u232/Rockink5/DSC00026-1.jpg

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u232/Rockink5/DSC00027-2.jpg

This one has the engraving.
http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u232/Rockink5/DSC00028-1.jpg


This one came from .30Calmachinegunner. I do not know who he gets them from, since he doesn't give out the name.


Sorry FED. :threadjacked:

AaronHorrocks
10-08-2008, 1:37 PM
The KMP parts I have used are the semi trigger and sear and have nothing to do with the side plate.

100% Incorrect.

Brass Cartridge, Halo, KMP, SOCOM, all had thier own sideplates, and there were variations on where the "island" on the inside of the RSP was placed to make it semi-auto-only.

Gunaria
10-08-2008, 2:06 PM
I think that doesn't have ANY internal machining yet. I believe these are the most common 80% rsp's out right now...........


http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u232/Rockink5/DSC00026-1.jpg


This one came from .30Calmachinegunner. I do not know who he gets them from, since he doesn't give out the name.




This is exactly what I am looking for. So Fedup if your plates look like the above photo, I will take two of them off your hands. Just let me know, Thanks.

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 2:54 PM
Alright already Ill get you guys some pics.

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 2:57 PM
100% Incorrect.

Brass Cartridge, Halo, KMP, SOCOM, all had thier own sideplates, and there were variations on where the "island" on the inside of the RSP was placed to make it semi-auto-only.

Yes, and the difference is in the machining required on the internals. Ill send you pics and machining specs.

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 5:50 PM
Email for pics

wizzbane
10-08-2008, 6:34 PM
I would be interested in one. if any left


wizzbane

sjpd
10-08-2008, 7:16 PM
Sent you payment today...thanks.

FEDUPWBS
10-08-2008, 9:28 PM
have some left YOU MUST PM ME PER THE OP.

Plates look like the one DB2 posted just not sandblasted.

wizzbane
10-08-2008, 9:36 PM
pm sent


wizzbane

JeffM
10-08-2008, 9:52 PM
I'll take one per previous PM.

http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Shire/3566/clock/pbf.jpg

AaronHorrocks
10-09-2008, 1:51 PM
Yes, and the difference is in the machining required on the internals. Ill send you pics and machining specs.

Exactly!

Therefore If I have a Brass Cartridge 1919, a KMP 1919, a HALO 1919, and a SOCOM 1919, then NONE of the internals are going to be interchangeable!

Thus this is where a dilemma is now formed... :rolleyes:

Because I would like to have all of my 1919s compatable with eachother. :p

AaronHorrocks
10-10-2008, 3:13 PM
After seeing the insides of these sideplates, I have to say that they are different from all the others I've seen... They have two islands, rather than one. Therefore I'm passing on this offer.

For refference, here are some more RSP photos detailing the island:

http://www.1919a4.com/reviews/sideplates/images/xplate.jpg

http://www.1919a4.com/reviews/sideplates/images/rapid.jpg

FEDUPWBS
10-10-2008, 3:39 PM
Thanks for you your input A.H.. Remember folks satisfaction guaranteed on these with a 2 week return policy on unaltered parts (they are firearms if you drill on them)

Cali-V
10-10-2008, 6:01 PM
Thanks for you your input A.H.. Remember folks satisfaction guaranteed on these with a 2 week return policy on unaltered parts (they are firearms if you drill on them)

When milling a set of 60% plates... see pics way above....
I got the following dimensions from 30calmachinegunner (http://1919a4.com/forums/member.php?u=14) over at 1919a4.com, he did my internal machine work and I used a KMP trigger, sear, and return spring.

...there are several different island designs being used, most are interchangable even though they may look a little different. The ones I know that are different and won't interchange are TNW, OOW and AA.
Here are some dimensions that will work:
from front of plate 3.70"
from back of plate 3.20"
from bottom 1"
from top 1.70"
notch for barrel extension pin clearance:
from front 7.20"
from back 5.40"
from bottom 1.30"

hope these help,...

FedUp
What SA conversion, trigger, and sear are your plates designed for?

Hope this helps...

JamesY
10-16-2008, 10:49 AM
NVM, too late.

Gunaria
10-16-2008, 11:04 AM
He told me that he mailed mine out. I just have to go by my mailbox to see if it is in there.

Did you email him?

DB2
10-16-2008, 4:11 PM
I'm sure he'll check in. He's busy moving shop right now.

No worries.