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    Hey guys, thanks for contacting us about the problems. We are experiencing about a 1-2% problem rate, and that isn't bad. We will do our best to handle them all quickly and professionally.

    There can be a few problems related to sticking charging handle. It certainly could be stiff due to not being fired, from oil setting up, etc. It could be a canted tube or a burr in it, both problems that we will fix quickly. And we will pay for shipping and handling. We will make it right.
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    Great response, great service. Awesome talking to the guys on the phone.

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    Any update DE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenith View Post
    Hey guys, thanks for contacting us about the problems. We are experiencing about a 1-2% problem rate, and that isn't bad. We will do our best to handle them all quickly and professionally.

    There can be a few problems related to sticking charging handle. It certainly could be stiff due to not being fired, from oil setting up, etc. It could be a canted tube or a burr in it, both problems that we will fix quickly. And we will pay for shipping and handling. We will make it right.

    I am very happy I bought a MKE MP5k. I shot about 500 rds and had charging issues where it would not charge. It seems to happen when I charge it muzzle up. In any even, it happened 2x and seemed to work itself out so I sent off a SBR stamp and now its a SBR.

    In the event if I begin shooting it with problems, is there a problem sending a NFA weapon for repair? If you replaced, is there a problem with NFA? Thanks

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    You know Z5P was hard to charge at first. I worked it a bunch and it seems to have worn in nicely. I think it had to do with the back of of carrier not being rounded. It seems to need to a break in period. Good luck!

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