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    Which of the pics is the MR and which the Brownells lower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackreacher View Post
    Which of the pics is the MR and which the Brownells lower?
    My pic is a 416 lower.

    I mean, you have to measure the distance, BUT if I line up the safety hole and the top of the lower from the pics......

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwissCollector View Post
    I'd be more worried about the position of the retainer pin hole. I could be wrong but it looks like it's too far to the rear.

    It should be exactly 9mm from the end of the lower, see pic.

    The pin hole diameter is 3.2mm but the the outer hole is wider than the actual hole where the pin goes. I'm guessing the pin is 2mm. So whatever pin size Brownells wants to use, the middle of the retaining pin hole should be 10.6mm from the rear.

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    Pin diameter is 2.7mm so a 2.5mm hole. I also got 11mm to the rear. (I saw you updated that measurement)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzfly View Post
    Pin diameter is 2.7mm so a 2.5mm hole. I also got 11mm to the rear. (I saw you updated that measurement)
    On an HK or a Brownells lower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackreacher View Post
    On an HK or a Brownells lower?
    I think he means HK. But in this case it doesn't matter what the pin diameter is, the center of the hole should be in the same spot if comparable pin sizes are used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackreacher View Post
    On an HK or a Brownells lower?
    On a 416

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    I sure hope Brownells hasn't messed this one up. :/ With less than desirable selector markings and a crooked pin hole I'll cancel my order. I might as well use any other inexpensive lower if it's not a proper clone. $400 is way too much for such a hackjob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackreacher View Post
    I sure hope Brownells hasn't messed this one up. :/ With less than desirable selector markings and a crooked pin hole I'll cancel my order. I might as well use any other inexpensive lower if it's not a proper clone. $400 is way too much for such a hackjob.
    The milling on the front of the magwell is not correct. The Brownells has a significant U shape divot. The HK does not share that geometry. Thanks to @hkduder for the photo of the Brownells magwell!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzfly View Post
    The milling on the front of the magwell is not correct. The Brownells has a significant U shape divot. The HK does not share that geometry. Thanks to @hkduder for the photo of the Brownells magwell!

    I noticed that too. I am will have to do some measuring but it is going to be tough to engrave the warning, not just because of the “U” shape, but the Brownell’s marking too. While I still believe the 80% from CNC is the best to make it the most accurate clone, these at $400 each will bring many into the HK 416 clone world. What I am curious to see is the serial numbers and how they are placed.
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    I checked the pics on Brownells' website. No U-shape. Thats what I call overse*ed and underfuc*ed. Compare this to what they ship...
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