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    Just wanted to give a heads up for those that are interested in making a 416 clone.

    Justin from CNC machine still has 6 of the hk416 80% lowers. He is a bit slow to reply but he still has them in stock.

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    Wouldn't this get him trouble for using HK proprietary trademarks without a written consent from HK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehun View Post
    Wouldn't this get him trouble for using HK proprietary trademarks without a written consent from HK?
    No it's not a complete receiver it's a hunk of metal until end user completes it.
    Spent most of my tax return on Hk parts, booze and ammo....the rest I just wasted

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCSO264 View Post
    I wish I had the ability to finish one of these...
    You and me both. One of the reasons I'm holding back ugggg

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehun View Post
    Wouldn't this get him trouble for using HK proprietary trademarks without a written consent from HK?
    It's just a straight lower with no engravings. Nothing wrong there.

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    I was able to get my hands on one of his 80% now I am in process of finishing it. Did you have any problems with urs and what is difference between his lowers and Brownels one ? Did you have any problems with drilling holes on it? Sorry a lot of questions was ur lower tumbled or it had raw machine markings on it ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike916 View Post
    I was able to get my hands on one of his 80% now I am in process of finishing it. Did you have any problems with urs and what is difference between his lowers and Brownels one ? Did you have any problems with drilling holes on it? Sorry a lot of questions was ur lower tumbled or it had raw machine markings on it ?


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    Justin’s are not 7075 T6. Justin’s are billet, whereas the Brownells were milled from HK forgings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzfly View Post
    Justin’s are not 7075 T6. Justin’s are billet, whereas the Brownells were milled from HK forgings.
    I know that part, I was told that there is design difference between Brownels one and original HK and Justin’s. And I know that Brownels markings are not same as HK location wise. I am looking more for design differences. I got one of his because I didn’t want to deal with their markings this way I can do it closer to original.


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    Only thing I don’t like about his I have tool marks on it I will probably sandblast it before painting or anodizing.

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