Reduce to $20's
Exceed the $30k price of 2016
So this should be interesting, and...I don't know.....perhaps a gauge on the market, since it's NOT linked to GB.
BEDROCK REGISTERED FULL AUTO H&K SEAR INSTALLED MACHINE GUN IN AN MP5 HOST (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).
So what do you think it will end up selling for? I'll go out on a limb and saaaaaayyyyyy......$26,200.00?? What say you @caf82313 ........$43,500.
OR....is it one of those least desirables.....oh oh oh....or one of those sneaky RR, that just LOOKS like a sear?
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Hey Is this one of those off branded 416 uppers seems to be stuck at a Grand and going nowhere fast http://www.gunbroker.com/Item/634028339 I mean has the Bottom just fell out of the 416 market? What is the driving force behind the bottom falling out is it the new US Factory and the fact we are going to be able to buy $500 dollar 416/417 uppers? I see hundreds of these 416 uppers that just dont sell http://www.gunbroker.com/item/634309240 has the 416 market just been flooded what say the 416 King?
HK HK HK HK HK HK HK .. U.S.A Hidden Content
Bedrock sears are unsual to see but they are reported to have been made together with the Q- and K- sears from qualified and fleming and therefore identical. So not quite off brand, if that's true. Just less well known.
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Barney and Fred say their the birth place of the original Sear #00001 BC
Here you go: http://www.hk94.com/hk/topic/6337-he...koch-sear-faq/
I think we agree on the top 3 as Fleming, Qualified and S&H, than there's everything else. I'm sure someone will be talking up Bedrock as being equal to the top three, but opinions and a-holes....
Oh, and I actually did see a bedrock sear before in 2015 when I was looking into buying a HK sear with host.
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"...but just like every other clone, they are copies of the original and copies are never as good as the original."
But seriously, the number of different guys who were making HK sears and RR HK MG is a smaller number when you looking at those who were making DIAS:
Whitman and Sons
The Daivd Company
Wilson Arms Inc
F.B.W & Son
Been wasting my time trying to research that particular section of the NFA world along with RR M16s....