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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post








    Thanks--- I have had prior dealings with Nick at WFC--- good guy!!!
    But yours has a p-p lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    Looks like it has a push-pin lower to me. ?
    Ewe betcha. I'm a trophy hunter, not a meat hunter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Thanks--- I have had prior dealings with Nick at WFC--- good guy!!!
    But yours has a p-p lower.

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    Well the original quote was: "Never seen or heard of a Qualified Manufacturing registered receiver, or a registered receiver with no push-pin lower!!!"

    I tried to answer the first part of the quote 'Never seen or heard of a Qualified Manufacturing registered receiver, or ...'.

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    I had asked them to send the fom 4 on this one. It is attached. Definitely looks like a registered receiver to me and I don’t see anything that would indicate it is a pushpin.

    Unlike the Vollmer conversion HK51 that was recently listed on gunbroker. It was actually a qualified sear and someone got a deal for $26.5k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post
    Well the original quote was: "Never seen or heard of a Qualified Manufacturing registered receiver, or a registered receiver with no push-pin lower!!!"

    I tried to answer the first part of the quote 'Never seen or heard of a Qualified Manufacturing registered receiver, or ...'.
    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willgaga View Post
    I had asked them to send the fom 4 on this one. It is attached. Definitely looks like a registered receiver to me and I don’t see anything that would indicate it is a pushpin.

    Unlike the Vollmer conversion HK51 that was recently listed on gunbroker. It was actually a qualified sear and someone got a deal for $26.5k.
    Agreed!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post
    Ewe betcha. I'm a trophy hunter, not a meat hunter.
    I'm a meat hunter....and I'm jealous of your trophies. Nice MP5SD!

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    in drag racing that button would be the "oh sh#t" button. Could be the same

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    I believe this plug receptacle was for some sort of "kill camera" that records shot placement. A hell of a long time ago I saw a couple of these ancient cameras that were mounted underneath rifle barrels. They had wires coming from the camera body that clipped into the trigger assembly. When the shooter fully squeezed the trigger a picture was taken of wherever the rifle was pointing to. I think this same type of setup was also used on olden days lasers. Partial movement of the trigger would activate the laser while full trigger movement would fire the shot. This receptacle is a remnant of yesteryear. Hi-Yo, Silver! Away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MG34_Dan View Post
    I believe this plug receptacle was for some sort of "kill camera" that records shot placement. A hell of a long time ago I saw a couple of these ancient cameras that were mounted underneath rifle barrels. They had wires coming from the camera body that clipped into the trigger assembly. When the shooter fully squeezed the trigger a picture was taken of wherever the rifle was pointing to. I think this same type of setup was also used on olden days lasers. Partial movement of the trigger would activate the laser while full trigger movement would fire the shot. This receptacle is a remnant of yesteryear. Hi-Yo, Silver! Away!

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