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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Great_308 View Post
    I know this is not exactly what you are looking for but have you seen this thread? ghilliebear has been experimenting with putting pictograms on steel SEF lowers. Maybe he could do something custom for you.

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/parabellu...ml#post2961649

    Talked to Jeff this morning. Sadly... not available on polymer housings.

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    This is what I'm working on USA picto navy with sef style trigger group.



    Made the rings for the sef selector shaft o.d. then blasted housing. I will fit it better then glue it in.
    Reblast housing, refill with white and red paint . Should look like it was ment to be.
    Last edited by fasth2; 01-04-2018 at 04:17 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fasth2 View Post
    This is what I'm working on USA picto navy with sef style trigger group.

    I'd like something similar to that for the Franklin Armory binary trigger. Have the third position be a bullet, a space, then a bullet to indicate binary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fasth2 View Post
    This is what I'm working on USA picto navy with sef style trigger group.



    Made the rings for the sef selector shaft o.d. then blasted housing. I will fit it better then glue it in.
    Reblast housing, refill with white and red paint . Should look like it was ment to be.
    Very nice! That is pretty much what I am looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluepythons View Post
    Looking for a unicorn
    UNICORN LOCATED!

    I stockpiled a few of these last August to use with Franklins Binary trigger. I picked mine up on ebay and floridaguntrader.

    Pic with semi SEF pack


    Pic with binary pack


    There were some listed here:

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-parts-.../topics/408650

    They are out there. They are US made. They are not the exact came plastic as a navy pack and marr a little easier, but otherwise hold up well and feel the same. The picto paint on mine are also a little sloppy, but nothing a little handwork cant fix. These have relief cut picto and arent just a stencil.

    They also look great stippled.
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    Guys we have quite a few of the above pictured plastic lowers just to let everyone know these lowers take quite a bit of work to get them to work properly we are actually designing a new selector to go with them and they still have some issues just a heads up probably within the next month or so we will have pictures of the prototype selectors to go with them but there's still quite a bit of work that has to be done for them to properly work my understanding was these were mistake lowers that special weapons attempted to make years ago and were sold off cheaply. But will be an awesome platform for those looking for a Navy style lower that will work with an sef trigger pack. But they are far from Plug and Play I have known several people who have bought them and then pack just has too much movement because of the selector holes are so large.
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    That is the same USA housing I made the rings for. Works fine. 30min worth of work.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fasth2 View Post
    This is what I'm working on USA picto navy with sef style trigger group.



    Made the rings for the sef selector shaft o.d. then blasted housing. I will fit it better then glue it in.
    Reblast housing, refill with white and red paint . Should look like it was ment to be.
    I have one of these and can't believe I didn't think to do this. Great idea! What stock did you use to make the rings with?

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    I used delrin. From McMaster Carr.
    I use it allot at work easy to work with on the lathe.
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