WTS: HK MP5SD MP5 SD SBR- TSC Machine German Host
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    Default WTS: HK MP5SD MP5 SD SBR- TSC Machine German Host

    I have a MP5SD made by TSC Machine. On form 4s (SBR and suppressor) in TX. 60 rounds through it, pristine condition. Mike at TSC no longer makes the suppressors to my knowledge. I'll pay the 2 outgoing tax stamps.

    $9190 plus shipping.

    Email for questions/ photos and quicker response. JKFUEL Gmail.

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    Bump back up. Reduced.

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    Just a suggestion, you might want to explain the pedigree on this. Was it built on a Hk94, a German parts kit with a clone reciever, German parts on a 94, etc. On bigger ticket items you are likely to generate more traffic by giving the specifics that would get people looking for a nice host the kind of info that would catch their eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gulfstategaurd View Post
    Just a suggestion, you might want to explain the pedigree on this. Was it built on a Hk94, a German parts kit with a clone reciever, German parts on a 94, etc. On bigger ticket items you are likely to generate more traffic by giving the specifics that would get people looking for a nice host the kind of info that would catch their eye.
    You have a point, some people out there may not be familiar with TSC's work. Many people know TSC generally doesn't build on clones, so built on a 94 is pretty much a certainty. A clone shroud is a possibility, but still not the sort of thing people ask Mike to do. His customers typically go for primarily all German builds, but there are exceptions.
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    Thanks for the feedback. It was built on a near new HK94. I supplied TSC with a full German, factory original parts kit which I believe was a demill (vs. postie). I sent in several kits and built this using the best one kit. There are no clone parts as stated above and no expense was spared to make it as close to spec as possible.

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