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    Quote Originally Posted by DisposableHero View Post
    I got my GSG9US G36C "Pistol" kit in yesterday from HK Parts. Its hard for me to compare it to a real HK kit because I've never seen one. But it seems very well made, the only issues I see is the pin that holds the extractor seems long and it looks "crushed" on both ends. Not sure if thats normal, I saw someone else with a kit showed the same thing. Also the BCG, the charging handle part when I turn it left or right as if Im going to charge it (I don't have the receiver yet) it stays folded after releasing it. I thought you had to push it in order for it to stay to the left or right. Not sure if that issue will be fixed once installed into the receiver or just needs to be worn in a little. Other than that the kit looks great.
    The extractor axle is a bit extended and 'peened' on factory g36 bolt. You are gtg there

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisposableHero View Post
    I got my GSG9US G36C "Pistol" kit in yesterday from HK Parts. Its hard for me to compare it to a real HK kit because I've never seen one. But it seems very well made, the only issues I see is the pin that holds the extractor seems long and it looks "crushed" on both ends. Not sure if thats normal, I saw someone else with a kit showed the same thing. Also the BCG, the charging handle part when I turn it left or right as if Im going to charge it (I don't have the receiver yet) it stays folded after releasing it. I thought you had to push it in order for it to stay to the left or right. Not sure if that issue will be fixed once installed into the receiver or just needs to be worn in a little. Other than that the kit looks great.
    The charging handle locks perpendicular for use as a forward assist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzfly View Post
    The charging handle locks perpendicular for use as a forward assist.
    But I thought you had to push it in order for it to lock. If I turn mine left or right (without pushing it in) and let go I assumed the spring would make it go back to the middle, but it just locks to the left or right.

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    I will fiddle with my factory one here in a bit and let you know the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisposableHero View Post
    I got my GSG9US G36C "Pistol" kit in yesterday from HK Parts. Its hard for me to compare it to a real HK kit because I've never seen one. But it seems very well made, the only issues I see is the pin that holds the extractor seems long and it looks "crushed" on both ends. Not sure if thats normal, I saw someone else with a kit showed the same thing. Also the BCG, the charging handle part when I turn it left or right as if Im going to charge it (I don't have the receiver yet) it stays folded after releasing it. I thought you had to push it in order for it to stay to the left or right. Not sure if that issue will be fixed once installed into the receiver or just needs to be worn in a little. Other than that the kit looks great.
    Mine moves back when released when not in the receiver. Mine is a german carrier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisposableHero View Post
    But I thought you had to push it in order for it to lock. If I turn mine left or right (without pushing it in) and let go I assumed the spring would make it go back to the middle, but it just locks to the left or right.
    Yeah, something is up with it. Mine requires it be pushed in when perpendicular for it to lock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzfly View Post
    Yeah, something is up with it. Mine requires it be pushed in when perpendicular for it to lock.
    All HK G36 bolt carriers work in how yours does. Something indeed is not quite right with the US one in this case.

    Germans make everything perfect, so this should be of no surprise. :)
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    Skip to 1:44 see cocking handle/forward assist operation.


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