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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today - PART 2

    Nice! I want some aux. lights for my Silverado but haven't found any I like yet. I was looking at those A pillar lights but debating! If I'm not mistaken if the lights are above the headlights they need to be covered and if below they don't have to?
    Although I'm not sure if anyone would ever get pulled over for it - just if cop needed an excuse How do you like them?

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    I purchased some new rims/tires and bumper for my Tacoma.



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    I'm a sucker for a belt fed parts kit.

    These HK21 belt fed 7.62 Nato kits hit the market recently. They were Portugese made under HK contract. I just need a barrel and then I will be off to the races. You use a standard receiver flat and cut the mag well off basically. I just finished 3D printing a receiver flat bending jig.

    In America arms are free merchandise such that anyone who has the capital may make their houses into armories and their gardens into parks of artillery. - Ira Allen, 1796

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshIronshaft View Post
    I'm a sucker for a belt fed parts kit.

    These HK21 belt fed 7.62 Nato kits hit the market recently. They were Portugese made under HK contract. I just need a barrel and then I will be off to the races. You use a standard receiver flat and cut the mag well off basically. I just finished 3D printing a receiver flat bending jig.

    Ooh nice! How much did that set you back, snd whats projected cost of the build, if you dont mind me asking? Are barrels readily available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanzMcFeely View Post
    Ooh nice! How much did that set you back, snd whats projected cost of the build, if you dont mind me asking? Are barrels readily available?
    Kits are $1500 from various sources, this one came from century arms, I think apex has the nicest furniture in their kits

    Drums are $80 (drum hanger brackets are not available, have to fab one)

    CETME flat, weldment kit, stock rails to make receiver reinforcement rails run about $200

    Bending jig couple bucks in plastic and 1/2* rod

    One place will have barrels this month for $1k, another place will have barrels this fall, price rumored around $600, currently debating if I want to pony up the extra for a barrel sooner than later
    In America arms are free merchandise such that anyone who has the capital may make their houses into armories and their gardens into parks of artillery. - Ira Allen, 1796

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    My fountain and pool filter area are now fully protected My wife says I'm a child - I know you are but what am I.................

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    ^^^Where TF did you find gnomes WITH GUNS?!?!

    (Wives just don't understand us.)

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today - PART 2

    Quote Originally Posted by JoshIronshaft View Post
    Kits are $1500 from various sources, this one came from century arms, I think apex has the nicest furniture in their kits

    Drums are $80 (drum hanger brackets are not available, have to fab one)

    CETME flat, weldment kit, stock rails to make receiver reinforcement rails run about $200

    Bending jig couple bucks in plastic and 1/2* rod

    One place will have barrels this month for $1k, another place will have barrels this fall, price rumored around $600, currently debating if I want to pony up the extra for a barrel sooner than later
    Are you legally allowed to build one for someone if they gave you the kit?
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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today - PART 2

    Quote Originally Posted by JoshIronshaft View Post
    Kits are $1500 from various sources, this one came from century arms, I think apex has the nicest furniture in their kits

    Drums are $80 (drum hanger brackets are not available, have to fab one)

    CETME flat, weldment kit, stock rails to make receiver reinforcement rails run about $200

    Bending jig couple bucks in plastic and 1/2* rod

    One place will have barrels this month for $1k, another place will have barrels this fall, price rumored around $600, currently debating if I want to pony up the extra for a barrel sooner than later
    Do G3 barrels work? I think I saw them at RTG for under $300.
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    lol. Amazon. Saw ads come over on FB so I looked up online seeing I'll never buy something from a FB ad
    And yes, wives don't get it She even scoffed when I bought my bazooka, RPG, anti tank mines, etc, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKIII View Post
    ^^^Where TF did you find gnomes WITH GUNS?!?!

    (Wives just don't understand us.)
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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today - PART 2

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Are you legally allowed to build one for someone if they gave you the kit?
    No I*m not a manufacturer 07 FFL. No plans to become one either. I hate doing things twice. When I finish a gun I*m sick of it. On to the next one. It takes a lot of time and tinkering to make stuff like this work right. Which is why the pro*s charge thousands and they have a backlog that is months.

    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    Do G3 barrels work? I think I saw them at RTG for under $300.
    Nope, HK21 uses a totally different quick change barrel.
    In America arms are free merchandise such that anyone who has the capital may make their houses into armories and their gardens into parks of artillery. - Ira Allen, 1796

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