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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted
    So which manufacturers use the first method and which use the second method?
    I believe Curtis Higgins of S&H used method 1 when he installed my sear in a SEF pack and later, a Navy pack. He welded a steel plate to raise the shelf on my sear so that it holds the hammer at the factory setting. It has worked great for 12 years.

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    ARPORRO1: I am confused. Are you saying he welded something onto your transferable HK autosear? Does that affect its functioning with other caliber setups? Absent some catastrophic failure crisis, I don't think I'd have the guts to let someone weld on an $11,000 bit of metal. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted
    ARPORRO1: I am confused. Are you saying he welded something onto your transferable HK autosear? Does that affect its functioning with other caliber setups? Absent some catastrophic failure crisis, I don't think I'd have the guts to let someone weld on an $11,000 bit of metal. Thanks.
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    The converted pack with sear works well in a MP5K PDW, MP5-N, and a MP5/40. I haven't tried it in a .223 or .308. When he welded the new shelf to the sear, it was only worth $550.00 :-). It's only tack-welded on -- it can be restored to original fairly easily, I believe.

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    Default DUH!??!?!?!?

    $550.00????????!?!?!?!??!?!??!??!? HOLY NINNYMUGGINS!

    I paid more than that for my last tank of gas! heh. Just Joking on that one but holy crap! That is amazing,.. .I wish I would've been born just a schoche' earlier. (not sure though, cuz then we'd still be in the 80's).

    550,... grumbles and slams laptop shut..

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    In the second example, how are the hammers different? I cannot seem to tell. They look identical to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by infoseeker456 View Post
    In the second example, how are the hammers different? I cannot seem to tell. They look identical to me
    The engagement notches.

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    Thanks for the info, it will help when building a new clone =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomfab View Post
    Lastly, don't have more sear ready packs than you have NFA registered sears. (ATF ruling)
    I am not familiar with this ruling. Are sear ready packs controlled now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pathfinderghost View Post
    I am not familiar with this ruling. Are sear ready packs controlled now?
    There was a blurb written by the ATF on it a couple years back.

    It's really ridiculous because depending on which way the pack was prepped, it may or may not be capable of a slam fire malfunction.

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    Thanks for the info, Very helpful.

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