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    Quote Originally Posted by electraglide08 View Post
    I have a HK 94 I have been considering having TSC up the road do the conversion to MP5/SBR (not selective fire of course) and getting a suppressor. I know that's two tax stamps and I'm ok with that. What are positive and negative points to consider before doing so? It seems after last year and the estate law changes it may be harder to pass on when I pass. I see some posts here that leads me to think it may be more marketable to leave it as a 94 should I ever want to sell it.
    What is the condition of the HK94???
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    Quote Originally Posted by electraglide08 View Post
    I have a HK 94 I have been considering having TSC up the road do the conversion to MP5/SBR (not selective fire of course) and getting a suppressor. I know that's two tax stamps and I'm ok with that. What are positive and negative points to consider before doing so? It seems after last year and the estate law changes it may be harder to pass on when I pass. I see some posts here that leads me to think it may be more marketable to leave it as a 94 should I ever want to sell it.
    Convert to MP5, keep HK94 barrel, convert back to Title 1 weapon later if need be.

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    Per @Indreams84 posting in another section:

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/789656194

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Per @Indreams84 posting in another section:

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/789656194

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    Quote Originally Posted by electraglide08 View Post
    What are positive and negative points to consider before doing so?
    The positive is that you would go from this:



    to this:



    The negatives would be the cost for the conversion. As for resale, I think there will always be a market for a genuine HK94 that has been converted to a SBR by a reputable gunsmith. I also think that market would allow you to recoup your investment as long as you didn't use your $13,000 NIB HK94 for the conversion.

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    To me the biggest negative of a F1 is the engraving. I have seen some really ugly jobs.

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    For SBR/SBS always when you can engrave the barrel so that the markings in a way can be removed if going back to a title I
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    To me the biggest negative of a F1 is the engraving. I have seen some really ugly jobs.
    Quote Originally Posted by Speeddemon02 View Post
    For SBR/SBS always when you can engrave the barrel so that the markings in a way can be removed if going back to a title I
    You guys are right, some of the markings are turds, especially in the old days. But if the OP is of the tang-marking proclivity, a mark in that area could easily be removed when swapping back to a title I barrel.

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    I had this HK94 SBR build done by TSC several years ago. Mike did a perfect job for a very reasonable price.


    HK 94 to SBR Considerations-20181209_162102.jpg

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    OP I would check your options for the build and DO NOT have your barrel cut and a tip applied.
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