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    Quote Originally Posted by nerdbrain View Post
    When I bought my DLO, I'm not dropping $30K without seeing the item and the seller.
    If memory serves me right that DLO/91 was a Tad more than $30k JS
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    Quote Originally Posted by eodinert View Post
    Sears in guns had asking prices that went up to $40 (or more), but very few sold at those prices. By my shopping, sears alone or in packs peaked somewhere near $32k.

    ...and buying a sear isn't like buying socks on the internet. I'm not sending a guy in another state I've never met a check for $30k+ without some serious vetting... so most of those sears priced on the bottom end of the market won't have real sellers chomping at the bit to buy them, because they don't know who he is. That's why Reuben can ask crazy prices for his stuff, because you can drop a check in the mail and not worry about his integrity. I'd rather spend $3k too much than get ****ed out of $30k.
    I am with you, this is precisely why I went with Ruben and his service was impeccable as I would expect at his price point. No way am I sending $30k plus to anyone who does not have a stellar reputation. Most of the folks advertising sears outside of this forum are complete unknowns to me. Due diligence is always important, but with that much on the line, I take no chances.


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    Quote Originally Posted by caf82313 View Post
    Never mind I am guessing you are talking about this Ciener Registered trigger pack? https://www.gunbroker.com/item/789091158 One of the least desirable HK Transferables out there IMO YMMV.........So yeah no Fleming/Qualified/SH DLO sear/trigger packs sitting out there awhile at $29k Sears have flat lined over the last few due to the shear # that went on the market over the last year

    How is that the least desirable type? The metal housing is the registered part so you can change anyt else on there you want no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sardo67 View Post
    How is that the least desirable type? The metal housing is the registered part so you can change anyt else on there you want no?
    No, Ceiner marked and serialized the metal grip housing, the trigger frame, and the funky autosear. His autosear incorporates the trip lever into the sear simikarvto a 21/23E and 41. It’s not really clear what the registered component is - my belief is it’s the funky sear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsurowitz View Post
    No, Ceiner marked and serialized the metal grip housing, the trigger frame, and the funky autosear. His autosear incorporates the trip lever into the sear simikarvto a 21/23E and 41. It’s not really clear what the registered component is - my belief is it’s the funky sear.
    Far from an expert with regard to Ceiner conversions, but my understanding is, his conversions were typically registered sears. A combo sear/trip. While it may work perfectly fine, it is as far from factory configuration as there is, is fairly ugly, and therefore has the lowest demand of any of the more prominent sears out there. Not to mention, Ceiner himself does not have the greatest reputation as a businessman or human being.
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    Not to mention, Ceiner himself does not have the greatest reputation as a businessman or human being.

    ...Very true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    Far from an expert with regard to Ceiner conversions, but my understanding is, his conversions were typically registered sears. A combo sear/trip. While it may work perfectly fine, it is as far from factory configuration as there is, is fairly ugly, and therefore has the lowest demand of any of the more prominent sears out there. Not to mention, Ceiner himself does not have the greatest reputation as a businessman or human being.
    That is my understanding as well. The sear/trip combo was generally the registered part. On guns that were registered receiver that part had to move with them and should have been registered instead.

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    Ok so if I see his engraving on the outside of the grip housing it’s a low end conversion I should just pass on?




    Like this here is probably fine legally but a really crappy conversion?
    If I got that I’d have it converted to an HK21 because a G3 gets old fast

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    What about this one as far as pricing goes?

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-heads...-32-750-a.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by colossians323 View Post
    What about this one as far as pricing goes?

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-heads...-32-750-a.html

    The buy it now price is $45,000. I don’t think it’s goinv to sell for 32k.

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