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    Default Businesses that cater to Class IIs

    Are there any businesses that cater specifically to Class II manufacturers? I find a drilling jig over there. The FCG kit over here..The bits somewhere else. I find it hard to believe one business has not capitalized on the needs of Class IIs somewhere on this planet. Or am I just missing them after 100s of searches?

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    Default Re: Businesses that cater to Class IIs

    What are you looking for/to do/make?
    If you mean just drilling for an M16 auto sear or an AK auto sear, not much there beyond the jigs you mentioned.
    Maybe im not understanding your question.

    As for a company running a monopoly on it, the title 2 manufacturing end of it is such a small nitch market to begin with. The same guy selling AK drill fixture is probably not selling 80% Vickers side plates or 240B rivet kits.
    The guy selling re-weld fixtures for an RPD more than likely will not have M16 auto sears or burst kits.

    At the end of the day, those can only stay in the manufactures hands or sold to other dealers with letters, and stay in their hands...until we all call it quits and then goes to another dealer.
    Last edited by Nate7667; April 4th, 2019 at 12:02 PM.
    HGW, llc ~ Title 1 & NFA sales/manufacturing ~ Transfers - Title 1 $20 - NFA $50

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    Default Re: Businesses that cater to Class IIs

    Quote Originally Posted by Nate7667 View Post
    What are you looking for/to do/make?
    If you mean just drilling for an M16 auto sear or an AK auto sear, not much there beyond the jigs you mentioned.
    Maybe im not understanding your question.

    As for a company running a monopoly on it, the title 2 manufacturing end of it is such a small nitch market to begin with. The same guy selling AK drill fixture is probably not selling 80% Vickers side plates or 240B rivet kits.
    The guy selling re-weld fixtures for an RPD more than likely will not have M16 auto sears or burst kits.

    At the end of the day, those can only stay in the manufactures hands or sold to other dealers with letters, and stay in their hands...until we all call it quits and then goes to another dealer.
    Well, good point about the nitch market. Looking for a FCG for a Mac 11 and an Auto Sear for a Glock and having difficulty finding reputable dealers for both. Tons of 80 percent crap out there but who needs 80 percent sears when you have a license to buy a complete unit legally?

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    Default Re: Businesses that cater to Class IIs

    Quote Originally Posted by TGW Guns View Post
    Well, good point about the nitch market. Looking for a FCG for a Mac 11 and an Auto Sear for a Glock and having difficulty finding reputable dealers for both. Tons of 80 percent crap out there but who needs 80 percent sears when you have a license to buy a complete unit legally?
    Just check Amazon haha

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    Default Re: Businesses that cater to Class IIs

    Junk..all of it.

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