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    Suds: I purchased the stock from Adam years ago. He recommended adding the rubber buffer from personal experience with his own 10mm. He shipped it with the buffer. IIRC Blackthorne made my stock for another caliber (53?). They stated that users reported it working also in the MP5. I started with this A2 then later purchased the Blackthorne from a good friend. I assumed most 10mm fans had buffered stocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwesi View Post
    Suds: I purchased the stock from Adam years ago. He recommended adding the rubber buffer from personal experience with his own 10mm. He shipped it with the buffer. IIRC Blackthorne made my stock for another caliber (53?). They stated that users reported it working also in the MP5. I started with this A2 then later purchased the Blackthorne from a good friend. I assumed most 10mm fans had buffered stocks.
    Too bad we don’t have Jim with us to weight in. Going from old decrepit memory subject to failure, I seem to recall Jim saying that the bolt carrier shouldn’t make contact with the back plate (no rubber buffer pad). His process of placing something on the back plate for testing was to see how close the bolt carrier was to making contact (and change LP accordingly). Could be wrong, but I’m not sure HK provided the A2 10mm with any type of buffer pad, just the metal plate.

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    Suds: I think many of the side folding socks and the A3 stocks all come with some sort of a rubber buffer. My Blackthorne has the thickest bluffer next is the A2 stock followed by A3. I’m pretty certain that when I tried to use the low LP I had ejection issues. They all run well on my loads with the buffered stocks with the high LP.

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    Suds/Kwesi: You have a pretty good memory. Jim was the man in the US on the "other than 9mm" MP5s. I was always told that the bolt does not contact the backplate on the A2 stocks. Beats the heck out of the A3 though.
    I don't recall if the A2 10mm weapons had a buffer in them (like you said, the HK53/33 did) or not. The ones I worked on from NC DOP and Raleigh PD were all A3s. Seems like not being able to collapse the stock was their first clue that something was wrong.
    interesting thread Thanks guys: Phil

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    Are we able to estimate what bullet speed the Lo LP range is?

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    Mike - thanks for a great gun. Build quality and finish is second to none and gun runs like a top!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Player_To_Be_Named... View Post
    Mike - thanks for a great gun. Build quality and finish is second to none and gun runs like a top!

    Can I ask where you sourced the parts?

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    Mike,

    You are a very bad man.


    I DON'T NEED A 10mm

    I DON'T NEED A 10mm

    I DON'T NEED A 10mm

    Now maybe a 40 cal

    I DON'T NEED A 40 cal

    I don't need a 40 cal

    well, maybe I should at least think about a 40 cal...


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    Quote Originally Posted by wallew View Post
    Mike,

    You are a very bad man.


    I DON'T NEED A 10mm

    I DON'T NEED A 10mm

    I DON'T NEED A 10mm

    Now maybe a 40 cal

    I DON'T NEED A 40 cal

    I don't need a 40 cal

    well, maybe I should at least think about a 40 cal...


    VERY BAD MAN - especially for those of us who have very weak wills when it comes to HK ;)

    They are beautiful pairs of HK awesome
    You NEED a BHO on at least one roller lock :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazny13 View Post
    Can I ask where you sourced the parts?
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