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kenc9
04-17-2006, 2:06 PM
Anyone buy their products?

I am thinking on getting one of their Univarsal receivers as well.

-ken

Charliegone
04-17-2006, 2:09 PM
ITM arms/OOW mk99 are legal to buy and they are WAYYYY better quality than the ewbanks and vulcans. All of them are heat treated, do NOT come with pre-drilled trunion holes (thank God), and they are pretty thick and not flimsy like the Ewbanks. I'm thinking of selling one of my ewbanks and buying another ITM arms mk99.:D

kenc9
04-17-2006, 3:43 PM
Ya, the MK99 is a universal that fits quite a few AK's. How tuff is it to put the trigger together and all? Can I get a Vector and use this MK99 and have no big problems?

-ken

shopkeep
04-17-2006, 7:12 PM
Ya, the MK99 is a universal that fits quite a few AK's. How tuff is it to put the trigger together and all? Can I get a Vector and use this MK99 and have no big problems?

-ken

Yes.

Vector arms will work with the MK99

kenc9
04-17-2006, 7:38 PM
I think this is the way I am going to go, a parts kit that I can order for 125.00 and a MK99 $59.00. My FFL said if you insist I will transfer the whole gun but would rather receive an unfinished unknown receiver called MK99!

AND this is even cheaper, under 200.00 plus a rivot kit.
I think I'll have to drill 4 holes for barrel and butt.

I think I will attempt to move the trigger back a bit while I am playing with it.

-ken