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mxer14
06-15-2006, 12:43 AM
Hey guys,

I currently own an HK91 that I bought many years ago(preban). I also purchased a parts kit just in case I need to replace anything. But I am wondering if anybody makes a 80% or a receiver kit that I can get as a backup just in case anything happens to my current one? I'm also not sure what my options are, so any input would be much appreciated.

Thank you

morepoop4u
06-15-2006, 12:47 AM
they ship to ca

http://rapidfire.targetweb.net/cgi-bin/store/agora.cgi/agora.cgi?cart_id=4605273.1526*rK0LN1&product=Hk91Receiver&cart_id=4605273.1526*9t7c87

69Mach1
06-15-2006, 12:47 AM
Here you go.

http://rapidfire.targetweb.net/cgi-bin/store/agora.cgi/agora.cgi?cart_id=3846173.12822*h-34Y0&p_id=02042&xm=on&ppinc=big

6172crew
06-15-2006, 6:28 AM
My dealer has one in stock, hes in the contra costa area. PM me if you need help.

SemiAutoSam
06-15-2006, 9:00 AM
Does it take a rocket scientist to assemble the barrel to the receiver or can a RKI do the job ?

Let me see if i have this correct barrel is threaded / pressed ? into trunnion and trunnion / barrel is inserted into receiver and pinned ?

then what about head spacing ?


http://www.subguns.com/boards/semimsgarchive.cgi?noframes;read=97574

http://www.hk91.com/boards/Forum2/HTML/001662.html

Below URL talks about using a hesse receiver

http://www.hkweaponsystems.com/cgi-bin/forums/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=next_topic&f=11&t=000429&go=newer

grammaton76
06-15-2006, 12:08 PM
I remember reading that the PTR-91 requires welding somewhere.

But, don't take me too seriously on it, as I didn't look into them that seriously since I just bought one fully assembled.

bwiese
06-15-2006, 12:22 PM
I currently own an HK91 that I bought many years ago (preban). I also purchased a parts kit just in case I need to replace anything. But I am wondering if anybody makes a 80% or a receiver kit that I can get as a backup just in case anything happens to my current one? I'm also not sure what my options are, so any input would be much appreciated.


I am assuming that your HK91 is a legal, registered assault weapon in CA and that you filled out the special registration paperwork way back in 1990-91. [Otherwise, you shouldn't possess it as it is an illegal unregistered assault weapon - and if you have one, you should destroy its receiver or contact a lawyer to arrange its legal surrender to the local PD/Sheriff's. Do not drive it out of state and try to sell it, as that can add felony illegal AW transport charges.]

Since the new receiver will not have same mfgr/model/serial#, you will not be able to really 'replace' it and still keep your rifle in an assault weapon configuration.

If you do get another receiver and replace your existing receiver, the resulting rifle will not be able to have a pistol grip, flash hider or telestock (and I don't think a fixed-mag solution works well on the HK platform).

PIRATE14
06-15-2006, 1:14 PM
I am assuming that your HK91 is a legal, registered assault weapon in CA and that you filled out the special registration paperwork way back in 1990-91. [Otherwise, you shouldn't possess it as it is an illegal unregistered assault weapon - and if you have one, you should destroy its receiver or contact a lawyer to arrange its legal surrender to the local PD/Sheriff's. Do not drive it out of state and try to sell it, as that can add felony illegal AW transport charges.]

Since the new receiver will not have same mfgr/model/serial#, you will not be able to really 'replace' it and still keep your rifle in an assault weapon configuration.

If you do get another receiver and replace your existing receiver, the resulting rifle will not be able to have a pistol grip, flash hider or telestock (and I don't think a fixed-mag solution works well on the HK platform).

SAD but true.........but the metal mags do weld up easy to the reciever if you go that route:eek:

mxer14
06-15-2006, 1:56 PM
Bill- Yes it is registered.

That is a good point, I won't be able to have the same configurations if I replaced it with the new receiver. What a shame and I really like shooting it too.

bwiese
06-15-2006, 5:46 PM
Bill- Yes it is registered.

That is a good point, I won't be able to have the same configurations if I replaced it with the new receiver. What a shame and I really like shooting it too.

If you have the money for the amount of ammo it'd take to wear out that HK receiver, you're OK :)

Receiver lifespan shouldn't be a problem.