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    Done some reasearch prior and couldn’t find a good list anywhere. What parts would you recommend to keep an MP5SD running for years to come? Does it vary much differently than the same “survival kit” sold by RTG parts ie recoil spring, extractor, ejector etc?

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    Possibly an O ring or two. Having the additional tools for cleaning will be a good asssist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwesi View Post
    Possibly an O ring or two. Having the additional tools for cleaning will be a good asssist.
    ... The barrel port brush as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickj1nd View Post
    ... The barrel port brush as well.
    Is there anywhere that has them cheaper than the $115 brush on HKParts?

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    Sotic, I just sent you a Private Message regarding HK MP5 SD specialized cleaning brushes and O-rings.

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    Is there anywhere that has them cheaper than the $115 brush on HKParts?
    Last edited by wcbrowning; 10-05-2017 at 12:04 AM.

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    Below is a good list of some of the more common items to have on hand and available with any roller lock. This list is not inclusive but a good start and should keep you up and running for a very long time.

    extractor springs (yep multiples)
    extractor
    firing pin
    firing pin spring
    ejector spring
    hammer spring
    ejector (if you do not already have a 3rd gen GERMAN ejector)
    Spare pair of 8mm and +2 rollers
    SD sealing rings (a couple a good idea)
    Recoil assembly a great idea
    Spare push pins large and small (for what you model uses)
    Roller lock specific cleaning brushes
    replacement buffers if you use a buffered stock (highly suggest a buffered stock for all HK roller locks)
    mags, lots of ammo :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4evr View Post
    Below is a good list of some of the more common items to have on hand and available with any roller lock. This list is not inclusive but a good start and should keep you up and running for a very long time.

    extractor springs (yep multiples)
    extractor
    firing pin
    firing pin spring
    ejector spring
    hammer spring
    ejector (if you do not already have a 3rd gen GERMAN ejector)
    Spare pair of 8mm and +2 rollers
    SD sealing rings (a couple a good idea)
    Recoil assembly a great idea
    Spare push pins large and small (for what you model uses)
    Roller lock specific cleaning brushes
    replacement buffers if you use a buffered stock (highly suggest a buffered stock for all HK roller locks)
    mags, lots of ammo :)
    Would this still be a good reference for an SP5K too?
    Just picked one up, so, likely, wouldnt need any of this for a LONG time, but need to make a list and pick up a few things here and there as I can.
    unlike AR15, Glock etc, parts arent as easy to come by around here.
    Hell, yesterday was the first time I ever saw a SP5K in person...and today I bought it!

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    The SD has been my primary weapon for instruction and it has been as reliable as all of the other variants. The only things it needs that are different from the other variants is the rubber o-ring and the barrel cleaning tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4evr View Post
    Below is a good list of some of the more common items to have on hand and available with any roller lock. This list is not inclusive but a good start and should keep you up and running for a very long time.

    extractor springs (yep multiples)
    extractor
    firing pin
    firing pin spring
    ejector spring
    hammer spring
    ejector (if you do not already have a 3rd gen GERMAN ejector)
    Spare pair of 8mm and +2 rollers
    SD sealing rings (a couple a good idea)
    Recoil assembly a great idea
    Spare push pins large and small (for what you model uses)
    Roller lock specific cleaning brushes
    replacement buffers if you use a buffered stock (highly suggest a buffered stock for all HK roller locks)
    mags, lots of ammo :)
    Why the buffered stock? I switched from a B&T stock to a traditional A2 on my SD and love it. Do you think an A2 will allow the bolt to travel too far to the back and impact the receiver?

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