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    Default MP5/10MM running with Sear

    HK 10mm clone built by Ralph Smith Jr running with a registered sear. I like it more than the 9 but ammo costs keep me from doing a lot of shooting with it. If anyone is on the edge of which clone they should get next, I cant recommend the 10mm enough, especially in full auto 🙂
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    Very nice... Is it "Kilo" branded?

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    I very soooo bad for you...

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    I'd love to have the MP5-10 especially with a reg sear what an awesome piece of firepower

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    Beautiful host! I wanted a mp5/10 and mp5/40 in the worst way in the late 90s after shooting a 40. I have many more hosts to buy before I consider the 10/40.

    On a side note, was your cocking handle not fully locked in position? It reciprocates back and forth while you’re shooting and pops back on the last round.
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    I just took possession of a MP5/40 host this past week. Havent tried it out with the sear but I don't feel I'll be shooting it much either. Impulse buy I guess. I need another MP5 series sear host about as much as a kick in the teeth. Dang mags are spendy too !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsurowitz View Post
    Beautiful host! I wanted a mp5/10 and mp5/40 in the worst way in the late 90s after shooting a 40. I have many more hosts to buy before I consider the 10/40.

    On a side note, was your cocking handle not fully locked in position? It reciprocates back and forth while you’re shooting and pops back on the last round.
    Mine does this as well and is very annoying. Might try to use an F style cocking tube support and cocking lever
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anopstyx View Post
    Mine does this as well and is very annoying. Might try to use an F style cocking tube support and cocking lever
    I thought that the mp5/40 and mp5/10 are where the F-type cocking lever originated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsurowitz View Post
    I thought that the mp5/40 and mp5/10 are where the F-type cocking lever originated?
    I think it was but some clones have regular mp5 cocking tube supports and handles

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