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    So I bought an HK91 with a registered DLO pack and it's working through the process. In the mean time I'm looking into buying some spare parts. This will be an INFORMATIONAL thread for myself, NOT A WTB. I don't plan on buying any of the parts until later this year when I get the gun in my possession. Now that the disclaimer is out of the way, my intent it to build a collection of imported HKs (91,93,94) that I can move my DLO pack between at the range. Obviously I'll need the appropriate FA bolts for each and ejectors, but the point of this thread is to discuss specifically the trigger housing. My DLO is coming in a plastic SEF housing. Ideally I want to store all the guns in semi-auto configuration with the DLO locked in a separate case. So right now I'm looking for information on an HK91 trigger housing (and the semi-auto trigger pack eventually).

    My question for this thread is: what trigger housing most closely matches the original import configurations of the HK91? Were they 2-position SE or 2 position but marked SEF? Were they plastic or steel? Any additional info or pictures would be great. If you know of any company that has them available, or alternate terms that I can search for that meet my intent, post those as well please?

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    All 90 series had steel housings marked 0-1. IIRC there was some early ones marked S-F in stead of 0-1 at least on the HK41 and 43, but I can't remember if the firs 9x series had these.

    91 had a long rear tang, 93 & 94 the same short rear tang housing.
    Same innards except for caliber specific ejector, and 9mm hammer spring in 94 trigger mech.

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    Thank you @mg42 This was really helpful. Now I just have to start looking to purchase them.

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    What is the date code, if you want as original as possible (i.e., "SF" or "0-1", and finish color)!!!

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    (91 93 94) and don't forget the 89. It would not be a complete collection without one of those as well
    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 AGG View Post
    What is the date code, if you want as original as possible (i.e., "SF" or "0-1", and finish color)!!!

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    On the side: HK91 A046736
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    So is that 1981?
    @Anopstyx yes of course, an 89 as well.

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    Yes--- 1981--- with that high of a serial number, the correct lower would be the "0-1", in the blue-gray finish!!!

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    Thank you. @AGG I'll keep my eyes open for one.

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    Quite welcome @nerdbrain --- the blue-gray will be a little more difficult to find--- post a WTB: HK Parts & Accessories, when you are ready to make a move!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Quite welcome @nerdbrain --- the blue-gray will be a little more difficult to find--- post a WTB: HK Parts & Accessories, when you are ready to make a move!!!

    Tony

    Jayson at IGF can re-finish your rifle in Blue Gray. Or parts even. He did a couple buttstocks for me to match some early 91's.

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