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Old 01-03-2007, 7:10 PM
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Dude, does that thing meet the legal length requirement???
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Yes, it's a little over 27 inches when folded
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My understanding is that the ca. legal length minimum is 30" semi auto or not. If I'm right, you are going to want to delete your post. I hope I'm wrong.
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My understanding is that the ca. legal length minimum is 30" semi auto or not. If I'm right, you are going to want to delete your post. I hope I'm wrong.
And you are wrong, thankfully .

(3) A semiautomatic, centerfire rifle that has an overall length of less than 30 inches.
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Old 01-03-2007, 8:00 PM
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Thank you for the correction. I just looked it up myself. I'd hate to see anyone on here get in trouble.

Very nice rifle by the way. I have a polish underfolder kit that I have been trying to decide which direction to take myself.
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Old 01-03-2007, 8:26 PM
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Yes, it's a little over 27 inches when folded

Dude...I envy you.
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Old 01-03-2007, 9:22 PM
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Nice SVT. Here's mine:
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I did not like my poly furniture set so I change it out for wood. Also added a AK74 style brake.
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Old 01-05-2007, 9:00 AM
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I did not like my poly furniture set so I change it out for wood.
It still looks good, but you lost a couple of "Satan-points" in the conversion. (I like the black better. )
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Old 01-05-2007, 9:05 AM
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Always bet on black. Much more "evil" looking.
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Old 01-06-2007, 10:24 AM
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Pinned Mag 30" legal length.
Trying to find some to trade for GLOCK, KAHR, SIG, HK + $$ where needed
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Nice. What did you use for your muzzle device?
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Old 01-06-2007, 1:04 PM
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This is a reincarnation of a rifle I've posted before, I got bored while babysitting the kids today so I made up a 10/30 mag from a replacement body I had in the shop and made this one a fixed mag. Not sure whether I like the front grip or not yet.

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SWEET! Nice work with the wood!
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just get the promag clone. it's half the price and works just as well.

http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpag...eitemid=418327
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The promag bipod is junk.

Sammy invest in an all steel bipod instead of one with plastic feet. Youll be happy you did.

I got both of mine from sellers on hkpro for about 140 each. Gordon Miller (hkspecialist.net) sells new ones, but they are expen$ive.
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Just finished now that I've got the MM grip.



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The promag bipod is junk.

Sammy invest in an all steel bipod instead of one with plastic feet. Youll be happy you did.

I got both of mine from sellers on hkpro for about 140 each. Gordon Miller (hkspecialist.net) sells new ones, but they are expen$ive.
Promag is all steel I know because I bought one.







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It fits fine on my wide handguard from top notch.
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I had a Promag too. Compared to the HK unit, well....there is no comparison.

Just my opinion.
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Thanks guys. Actually I'm looking for one that fits just forward of the receiver.
But the one that fits close to the front site is a runner up.
like this?
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With the trunnion mount bipod, you can only run the slim grip.
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I had a Promag too. Compared to the HK unit, well....there is no comparison.

Just my opinion.
I know but I like refinishing stuff to make them better haha. A little sandblasting and moly resin will make them look prettier. I replaced the springs and filed the locking lugs to engage better as well. So why are your new hk collection pics not doing in this thread
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Have any of you guys tried to make a magazine that can be load trough the back of the mag...sort of like what atlantic has on their "CA legal ak's?" I'm thinking it might work.
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Have any of you guys tried to make a magazine that can be load trough the back of the mag...sort of like what atlantic has on their "CA legal ak's?" I'm thinking it might work.
Hold that thought...they may be in the works
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Hold that thought...they may be in the works

that would make me very very happy

and very very upset in the wallet department when i buy a rifle that uses such a system
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How would you make it not take more than 10 rounds?If you are able to depress the follower and spring far enough to be able to insert 10 rounds in the back there is still going to be a portion of the mag that is up in the gun that is more than enough for a round or 2 to fit.So if you put 10 in the back more than likely you could still load one or 2 more through the ejection port.This is a question that Atlantic never answered.Does anyone have one of the Atlantic CA legal AKs?See if you can load any extra rounds through the ejection port after the 10 in the back.

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I was actually thinking about this for HK rifles, I tried something with an aluminum mag, but it was way too flimsy. I'm trying to acquire some steel tubes to play with now, hopefully they'll be a bit sturdier than the aluminum mags.

To answer the 10 round question, the mag would be blocked to hold 10 rounds total, so realistically, you could prolly load 8 or 9 from the hole, and maybe the 10th through the ejection port.
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So why are your new hk collection pics not doing in this thread
Here ya go!

Top to bottom: HK911, HK SR9 project, PTR91KA4, Vector V93 (I know, it has no business in the 7.62 thread) USP45, HK4. At right are 2 new PTR receivers. All rifles 10 round mag and rorschach lock-equipped.
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Does this count as a 7.62?? It's .30 cal, self loading, and PRK legal

Mid-1943 Winchester M1 Garand. I like to think maybe it fought it's way ashore on Tarawa or Iwo, or maybe tore across Europe from Normandie to the Bulge, or maybe even Inchon or the Chosin Reservior. I'll never know.
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To answer the 10 round question, the mag would be blocked to hold 10 rounds total, so realistically, you could prolly load 8 or 9 from the hole, and maybe the 10th through the ejection port.
Yep thats the conclusion I came to as well.
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(moved to .223 picture thread)

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I was going for a simple, standard-issue type build, but it has started to get out of hand....

Colt upper receiver (C + keyhole)
Colt M4A1 barrel (C MP, 5.56 NATO 1/7) w/pinned SDI extended FH
Colt stock/buffer tube, w/H2 buffer and CS spring
Colt bolt/carrier
Vulcan lower w/pinned BM 10-rnd mag
Matech BUIS
Trijicon TA01NSN w/ARMS #19 acog mount
M4 front sling swivel usgi
KAC M4 RAS
Watson extended takedown pin
May you be banished forever to the .223 thread.

BTW nice rifle.
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Thats something you dont see everyday, a colt married to a vulcan. Time to post it in the right thread though...
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Yeah, oops... wrong thread.
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Does this count as a 7.62?? It's .30 cal, self loading, and PRK legal Mid-1943 Winchester M1 Garand. I like to think maybe it fought it's way ashore on Tarawa or Iwo, or maybe tore across Europe from Normandie to the Bulge, or maybe even Inchon or the Chosin Reservior. I'll never know.
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