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    As the title states, any recommendations for a reliable 10mm MP5 clone? A friend of mine has an Omega and it's a little finicky.

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    I have a Coharie 40 and it's also finicky. Not sure that whole design was ever really a good one to begin with. Or maybe it is and the clones all suck, for the most part, on that one.
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    RDTS. With the .40S&W and 10MM you need to pay to play. I’ve got a .40 from RDTS that runs 100%, any Ammo suppressed/unsuppressed. But it’s an expensive gun. He will do a 10mm of a .40S&W kit, just deepens the chamber.
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    My TPM 5/10 has been rock solid for 2 years. Zero issues.

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    Dakota Tactical, mine's been solid.

    The reason the 40 cal guns are finicky is due to the ejector design, its easy for it to miss the slot if theres too much slop between the grip frame and receiver and if the receiver itself allows too much movement of the BCG.

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    Any of Sr or Jr’s 10mm or 40s&w German kit builds will run like a champ. I’ll have a couple available in a few weeks.
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    I have a Coharie CA-89 in 10mm. I sent it to Michael's Machines and he corrected a few things that were out of spec and she has run great since. Thanks Mike!

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    Thank you for the feedback.

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    Ive ran a few thousand rounds through my Dakota 10mm. Aside from some ammo issues (Non gun related), it has never let me down at all. My favorite PCC. Especially with the sear installed

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    My Omega MP5/10 has been 100% reliable.

    The MP5/10K I got from Brethren just before they went out of business has never fired two shots without needing to be taken down. It's a terrible little thing.

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