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    Mike - All F carriers are tungsten filled, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hk21man View Post
    Get your facts straight...or you Mike's right...
    I have never said I wouldn't remove the "nub" in an SP5K.
    What I have said is why would you want to.
    Best to convert the best carrier (the tungsten F) it comes with to F/A.
    I'll remove all the nubs you want send them on.....
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    You are right, you did say you would do it. When I replied though, you never responded. That tells me, you are not willing to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottomatik View Post
    Zenith debacle,
    Totally different can of worms, you had the Manufacture advertising the Service to remove blocking bar and telling customers it was okay to remove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airforce1 View Post
    Go ahead and write that letter to the ATF and be THAT guy
    You beat me to it...….

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    Was it ok?
    Was it basically the same platform?
    Same can of worms if you ask me, but good luck out there, I am not telling anyone what to do or not do, nor claiming to know what is legal or not. Just politely pointing out last nubbin remover stopped abruptly and got lucky, your free, free to say totally different can of worms. I would rather urge caution to fellow board members, based on the worms lookin pretty damn similar to me. ATF has been very clear in my opinion about modifying HK series receivers, but again that is just me, a nobody, best to all who feel compelled to try or know more than me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottomatik View Post
    Was it ok?
    Was it basically the same platform?
    Same can of worms if you ask me, but good luck out there, I am not telling anyone what to do or not do, nor claiming to know what is legal or not. Just politely pointing out last nubbin remover stopped abruptly and got lucky, your free, free to say totally different can of worms. I would rather urge caution to fellow board members, based on the worms lookin pretty damn similar to me. ATF has been very clear in my opinion about modifying HK series receivers, but again that is just me, a nobody, best to all who feel compelled to try or know more than me.
    I am basically saying you are referring back to a Manufacture letter asking/telling/advertising and getting "Denied".................VS an end user so yes a different can of worms since there is a letter out there where an end user got permission if correct steps were followed. I am not saying do it at all or not do it, I have Always said there was a reason you don't see any builders doing it.
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    Another silly question, but is there any way to tell if the SP5 already has a tungsten bolt? Would it be possible to modify the existing bolt for FA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caf82313 View Post
    I am basically saying you are referring back to a Manufacture letter asking/telling/advertising and getting "Denied".................VS an end user so yes a different can of worms since there is a letter out there where an end user got permission if correct steps were followed. I am not saying do it at all or not do it, I have Always said there was a reason you don't see any builders doing it.
    This is also the reason a modified carrier is preferable to modifying the receiver as its totally plug and play.
    Add a new or modified carrier for sear readiness, then return the original carrier to the gun and all is as it was when it was manufactured.
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    How does PTR get away with their "sear ready" manufacturing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonflammable View Post
    How does PTR get away with their "sear ready" manufacturing ?
    Imported from South Carolina.
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