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    Quote Originally Posted by Triggerfish View Post
    Sorry for the rookie question, I am in the market for a registered HK sear and still learning... so if I send this away to you, this will make it so I can then install my legal sear into the trigger pack and it will run?

    If so, I'm in! With all the crazy expensive hosts, this is absolutely the best way to go for the price!
    Yes and no.
    Yes it will work with a sear but need a new trigger and trip.
    The triggers are actually semi only which HK puts in FBI/SF packs.
    MM

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    WOW!!!
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    Mike does GREAT work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LRM19k View Post
    Great work as always, Mike. Any chance you could post pics of what your modified shelf looks like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Maim View Post
    ...and the full auto converted carrier while you've got the camera out...


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    That is some NICE WORK Mike!

    Thank you for posting. Your conversion, with everything you do is an excellent value! That carrier conversion used to be $500 alone.
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    Fantastic - your work is immaculate Mike! I must say, out of all the 9 series conversions I own, your finish quality is by far the nicest. I'm not sure what you use for a coating, but the color match, sheen and durability outclasses all the other big name "HK gurus" that everyone loves to praise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRM19k View Post
    Fantastic - your work is immaculate Mike! I must say, out of all the 9 series conversions I own, your finish quality is by far the nicest. I'm not sure what you use for a coating, but the color match, sheen and durability outclasses all the other big name "HK gurus" that everyone loves to praise.
    I appreciate it and all the "likes" from everybody.
    MM

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    Too cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by hk21man View Post
    I appreciate it and all the "likes" from everybody.
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    Looks great HK21man....

    Im pretty new to the HK world as I just recently got my first HK SP5. So a question for you all.

    I understand having the work done for being able to host a full auto sear pack. I can see investing in that.

    But what is the advantage of having this work done and having a Navy housing setup with a mp5-n stamp. It's still a semi auto as the factory SP5. What gains or value is there if your not going with a fa sear pack?

    Sorry not sure I understand the advantage? Is it just for looks? By all means do not take this in a negative way as I said I'm learning here and got to start somewhere. Thanks in advance.

    Mike


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