I could be wrong about some of that, I've only seen pictures.
I plan to take this ambi style housing that accepts SEF internals:
Then take an ambi selector like this:
And then heat up the selector axle/shaft with a torch and remove the plastic selector from the metal axle (hopefully without destroying the plastic).
Then I plan to dremel out and reform the back of the plastic ambi selector to fit the franklin selector and then epoxy it as a single selector.
Lastly I will drill and countersink though the ambi where the hex screw passes through the franklin selector into the franklin axle so it would look like this (mockup):
If the plastic selector melts, I thought about using putty epoxy and forming it to the franklin selector, then dremeling it into shape...but we will see.
I hope it turns out something like this mockup (well hopefully a lot cleaner looking but you get the idea):
But if it looks like junk or doesnt function properly... Then I will just use the franklin selector and modify an SEF pack to read SFB like:
Last edited by Tactician; 11-25-2017 at 07:38 PM.
Your pictures aren't showing up
I can't wait to put my hands on one.....or "fondle", because I feel quite certain I'm going to make some adjustments to the selector.
A redneck's famous last words...."Hey everybody, watch this!"
Links have been fixed, paid $12 for 1 year of linux godaddy hosting...thank you black friday.
My pack is tracking for delivery this eveing if it comes ad planned ill take pics of the selector in detail...then hopefully get to the range tomorrow.
*** UPDATE ***
Pack didnt come USPS changed estimated delivery to Monday by 8pm. Thank you Black Friday...not.
Last edited by Tactician; 11-26-2017 at 03:32 PM.
EDIT: I've installed the BFS into a Malaysian 0-1-25 polymer lower, and it fit perfectly. So far, I've installed that lower and pack into my HK94 and a BW5 SBR--in both, that pack fit perfectly and went through all the function checks perfectly. Only thing left is to load up some mags and hit the range . . .
N.B.: I have no problems at all with the aesthetics of the Franklin-supplied safety lever. I must admit that it probably looks better on a polymer pack than on a metal one; however, that's just my $.02.
Last edited by diesel1959; 11-26-2017 at 07:35 PM.
Sparkplugs are irrelevant.
Plenty of HK's and clones.