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I had Jeff cut my first generation PTR 32 for Chinese drums. I replaced the locking peice to help it run with my sear pack. I can't remember what number on the locking peice but its a good sear host. Nice slow rate of fire. I'm asking $850 plus shipping.
Also selling my PCS HK 33 clone. I bought it as a pistol. I had an AAC blackout suppressor mount pinned on to bring it to 16". Addded new handguards and a stock. It ran well with my sear pack. Asking $850 plus shipping.
Both guns are priced to move and in great shape. I had a "problem" collecting host guns for a while. I haven't had them out in years. Need to find them good home and free up funds for another project.
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Be happy to text a serious buyer all the pictures they need.
Email sent about PCS 33
So a buyer is looking at two transfers on the 33?
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I don't "run" my guns or "run" anything on them. Likewise, none of my guns are "platforms". I hold them up, not the other way around.
Pictures would be nice, especially of the 33.
To those out there requesting pictures, consider shooting JohnS a pm and ask him to send them to you.
That way, scammers do NOT get more photo's to steal money from some unsuspecting buyer.
I suspect that the HK33 will be AT LEAST two transfers. Could it be more? IDK.
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What length is the PTR 32?
I don't see a stamp needed for the HK33 pistol. It had a muzzle device pinned to bring it to 16" so it is not an SBR when the rifle stock is added. When the rifle stock is removed it is back to a pistol (and thus can have the muzzle device removed if you want). The suppressor mount/muzzle device is not a suppressor, likely just a brake or FH. So no stamp there. The HK33 seems good to go as is, no stamps.
By jove, I believe you are correct. I read it and (mentally) inserted AAC SUPPRESSOR for the AAC Suppressor mount.
I was wondering which PTR 32 that he has as well. I suspect given it's an early one, the 32 KFR 200 or similar?
Having Jeff cut it so Chinese drums work with it is just an added plus if you ask me.
And both PRICES ARE SUPERB!!
If the 33 transfers as a rifle, I do not believe you can return it to pistol form. Safest bet is to transfer it as a pistol....at least that is what I would do in Michigan but we have a stupid pistol law.
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Good advise @kong , the receiving FFL has to log it as a pistol and thus securing its preferential classification. Gotta love the pistol classification, gives you so many options. All guns should probably be manufactured and shipped as pistols to give the customer maximum flexibility. Buy a stock or brace as your heart desires.
so is the 33 sold?
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