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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad4065 View Post
    I'd go just the opposite. If you've ever had to take one apart, and put it back together????

    JEEZE!!!! Your fingers and thumbs will hurt for days.

    LOL. I'm nearly 63 years old, and move my burst-pack around all the time. It's just a little tricky, if it's been a long while.
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    I have 2 sears in SEF packs and could not be any happier. Bought one from Ruben in an HKG3K and the other in an HKMP5SD from my local dealer. I,paid a little extra for both because I didn’t want to worry about the hassle of getting screwed. Sure Ruben is a little high but you don’t have to worry about a thing. I’m good with that for my piece of mind(and his stuff is top of the line) Just my thoughts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oicani View Post
    Buy a sear that’s married to a host.
    Just be careful to avoid a sear that's permanently married to a Non-Pushpin Registered Receiver with a shelf.
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    I'd personally go with a sear as you can shoot it in multiple hosts vs a registered receiver. Mine is in a burst pack which can be nice for letting people new to mgs shoot as you have them put it on burst until they get the hang of it. I'm a southpaw so I wanted it at least in an ambi pack.

    If the sear is in a burst pack make sure they didn't weld on the sear to get it done. Some were modified this way vs modifying the other parts in the pack.

    I'd also try to find the sear with a mp5 or another host as you will generally save some money over buying each separate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conelrad View Post
    I'd buy for life. I'd also hold out for a RR gun, much easier to fix if need be.

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    I would specifically not get a registered receiver. They are no easier to fix, and one of the great features of a sear or trigger box is you can move it to many different hosts. Much more bang for your buck (this is why RR guns cost $10,000 less than sears or boxes).
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmissile View Post
    I'd buy a 3-caliber sear, in a burst-pack. Hosts can come and go.
    All sears are 'three caliber', so it will be impossible to not buy one.

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    I was making a point about buying a sear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eodinert View Post
    I would specifically not get a registered receiver. They are no easier to fix, and one of the great features of a sear or trigger box is you can move it to many different hosts. Much more bang for your buck (this is why RR guns cost $10,000 less than sears or boxes).
    The dual push pin registered receivers that take a factory full auto pack can go for more than a sear with host.

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    This is my point. You break or wear out a sear, maybe it can be repaired. At a cost, too.

    A RR gun only dies if you blow it up or it's in a fire. Everything is off-the-shelf plentiful.

    I don't give a fig about the 'portability' of a widgit.

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