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    Looks like Palmetto State Armory has confirmed that they are coming out with a MP5 clone. They have posted pictures of the receiver on their industry page on ar15.com. Wonder who is making these for them and who is supplying the parts?

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    Here are the pictures

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    Very interesting.

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    Not a fan anymore of PSA since the down fall of DDI

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    Reverse stretch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speeddemon02 View Post
    Not a fan anymore of PSA since the down fall of DDI
    Whats was the DDI ?

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    Here’s a screenshot: Palmetto State Armory MP5 - confirmed-iqwxmxxf4v801.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWP9mm View Post
    Looks like Palmetto State Armory has confirmed that they are coming out with a MP5 clone. They have posted pictures of the receiver on their industry page on ar15.com. Wonder who is making these for them and who is supplying the parts?
    Todd Bailey, or one of his shell companies? GARY

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    Quote Originally Posted by N4KVE View Post
    Todd Bailey, or one of his shell companies? GARY
    PSA is their own standing company. One of the biggest in the AR game. Their customer service has taken a severe toll in their expansion over the last few years. If this is any endeavor like their KS47 its going to be a train wreck with no support. And AR/AKs are much easier to make things work than a MP5.

    However if Todd, Wade, Omega, GSG9 or whatever they are now is involved or contracted I wouldn't be surprised in the slightest amount

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    We shall see how this shakes out...if the dimensions are proper and parts are compatible with all MP5 parts...might be a decent low cost option for some to gamble on.

    I did notice that the front sight post is welded on and not pinned...wasnt that a Todd/SW practice?

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