Yes, I’m also looking for the bayo lug roll pin. I bought some that I’m hoping will work but haven’t tried them yet.Do you recall or can you share the roll pin size for the bayonet lug? Is it shared with any other HK pins? They are spiral and not split?
Thanks for your help!
There's an M27 complete upper for sale on the parts and accessories page right now, in America. :)
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I remember some M27 parts (or at least the lowers) ending up south of the US border, some were seized in Central or South America, if I recall correctly.
SwissCollector: I recall from another thread (https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk416-hk...-tag-data.html) where you were looking for info on the UID tags you wrote:
“I'm not planning to sell UID labels, I need them for a few M27 clones. Of course I'll sell the rifles but not in the US since they're full auto.
Once I have all the M27 upper and lower engraving files done, I'll post them here for everybody to use.”
Looks like you got the UID tags figured out and have quite a few M27 clones. May I ask where you are selling them? Did you ever post the engraving files? Also, I’m still interested in sourcing the M27 bayo lug and the lug pin. Can you tell me where I can buy some?
Pin size for the bayo lug is 3x16mm.
I didn't post the laser files yet......will do as soon as possible. Probably as EzCad files since most people use the China lasers.
We're making the bayo lugs and the M110A1 end plates but this takes a couple more months, we have so much work at the moment. I have all HK coil pins and will send a bunch to the US as soon as I have some free time.
And the best part, the US is now allowing the export of suppressors for lowly civilians. I'm so excited about that. Finally KAC suppressors and OSS Helix for the M110A1. If someone is willing to sell me a KAC MP5 Navy can, I need one.
Last edited by SwissCollector; 07-12-2020 at 08:23 PM.
I love the usmc engraving and the KAC sights, it really sets off the finishing touch of the M27!!
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