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    Default Notes from the H&K Roller Delayed Rifle Armorer Course

    Someone was up late…. I didn’t think Bob would ever visit this site, but it’s cool to see there are a few guys that are willing to learn the old ways so keep this stuff alive for newer guys to learn. MG4 and MG5 classes huh? Cool!!! Interesting find on that HK33K with the EN markings. I never got why the earlier ones came with a 1:12 twist… guess the 1:7 wasn’t popular until later. Same for the G3FS and flash hider removal tool! “Goverment”….. That must of drove Jim crazy! Good stuff James!

    @Marine0303 What vise is that Bob is using to un-break the 53 also showing in the second picture (front row only)?

    @504ranger G11 ammo… pretty f-ing awesome!
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    Thanks, guys. I'm glad you guys enjoyed the post.

    Miguel, I'm always up late and up early. The vise that is used during the training is no longer available. I picked one up back in 2012 and it was already long since discontinued then; just got lucky with an internet find. The products from Present Arms are very capable and modular and for many jobs, I prefer those. I'd recommend checking them out. The owner has made me several HK specific mag posts to use with the base unit too.
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    Thanks James!
    "...but just like every other clone, they are copies of the original and copies are never as good as the original."

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    great write up, really appreciate it. I need to visit the Grey room sometime!!

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    One of the best write ups I've ever read on HKPRO!
    Well done sir.

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    James, what do you think? Looks pretty dam close!

    http://www.amazon.com/Shooters-Ridge...h_gw_g200_i5_r

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    James,

    Did you by chance take any photos of the left side magwell markings on their HK53? There seem to be a few different variations that were used over the years. I am working on a 93 to 53 conversion and trying to collect as many examples as possible to determine how I want to re-mark the magwell.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oicani View Post
    James, what do you think? Looks pretty dam close!

    http://www.amazon.com/Shooters-Ridge...h_gw_g200_i5_r
    Not the exact model, but a close clone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpies View Post
    James,

    Did you by chance take any photos of the left side magwell markings on their HK53? There seem to be a few different variations that were used over the years. I am working on a 93 to 53 conversion and trying to collect as many examples as possible to determine how I want to re-mark the magwell.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance.

    Will
    Yes, when I get done with work today, I'll link one. There have been many changes, but usually the differences relate to the caliber (.223 or 5.66mm) and whether or not the weapon was produced before or after the model designation code change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Not the exact model, but a close clone.
    Is the one you have made by Shooters Ridge?

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