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    Inherited a HK94 with 16inch barrel want to swap to MP5-4feda02b-6979-428d-b4fa-3f8f09828a26.jpegHi guys, looking for advice on a barrel swap. Inherited a HK 94 with a 16 inch barrel with faux supressor shroud aka heat shield and since I’m a noob to HK, want to know if I can put an MP5 barrel on it?
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    Short answer is yes.

    Call this guy: TSC Machine ? We Specialize In Machine Guns

    Mike will happily go over all the options with you. Do a search for him here on the forum and you'll find him to be one of the best HK smiths to do your roller-lock work. He's kind of an industry oddity on account of his very pleasant customer service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatmat27 View Post
    Short answer is yes.

    Call this guy: TSC Machine ? We Specialize In Machine Guns

    Mike will happily go over all the options with you. Do a search for him here on the forum and you'll find him to be one of the best HK smiths to do your roller-lock work. He's kind of an industry oddity on account of his very pleasant customer service!
    Agreed. Short answer is that someone like TSC can convert the gun to a registered short barreled rifle and then transfer it to a dealer in your state who can transfer it to you.

    As far as the barrel goes they can cut the stock barrel down and install a 3 lug or you can buy a mp5 or mp5n barrel for them to install instead. If you do that places like gatewood will have mp5 barrels off demiled guns for sale. You could buy a new us made barrel or a b&t one as well but I'd keep it German from a collectible side.

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    Short barrelled rifles ok for a Detroit?

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    Don't forget to add a paddle mag release and correct remark to MP5 or MP5-N. As ccosby mentioned above, I'd also go down the path of having one of the reputable builders here on this site do a correct SBR conversion and have their name as the maker engraved on it; full up German barrel too (if you can find one that isn't hammered). You can always sell the original barrel and shroud later...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    Short barrelled rifles ok for a Detroit?
    Yes SBRs have been legal in MI for a few years now. I sent out my first form 1 shortly after they were legalized here. It was around 2013 if I recall correctly.
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    Welcome back--- helluva inheritance!!!
    Unless you are going to sell the barrel, have the "current one" cut down (old school)--- unless cost is no factor, or you are wanting a "factory" MP5 barrel, or 3-lug, etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweersa View Post
    Yes SBRs have been legal in MI for a few years now. I sent out my first form 1 shortly after they were legalized here. It was around 2013 if I recall correctly.
    Good to know, I wasn't sure.

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    Since it is an inheritance, maybe the money doesn't factor in so much..

    But, depending on condition, you could sell that 94 and buy a pair of good MP5 clones, or a new HK SP5k, and have a few bucks left over to put towards optics or other stuff.

    Just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    Good to know, I wasn't sure.
    Suppressors are good to go too, the only thing lacking in our great state is a sports team worth a ****.


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