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Thread: POF G3 Bolt Heads

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    I noticed that my PTR91KP has a POF G3 bolt head. Should I replace this part with an original HK? So far it has function well with about 1000 rds. Any thoughts?

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    I'd keep using it as long as it works. But I'd also have a spare. You can get cheap used ones from RobertRTG parts.

    Edit: Oops, maybe you can't. But I'd still keep using the POF part. Some of the POF parts are very good or identical to the HK stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot View Post
    Any thoughts?

    If it ain't broke, DON'T fix it... regardless of what the noobs here think.

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