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    Default WTB: Early HK .223 mag / Harrington & Richardson T223

    Looking for a 1st generation HK .223 mag.






    Also looking for an early style MP5 SEF contoured lower housing.
    WTB: Early HK .223 mag / Harrington & Richardson T223-early-sef-lower-housing-wtb.jpg

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    I have a few HK93 factory ID stamped 25rnd mags if your interested pm me

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC7704 View Post
    I have a few HK93 factory ID stamped 25rnd mags if your interested pm me
    No, he's looking for something more like this:

    WTB: Early HK .223 mag / Harrington & Richardson T223-dscn1094.jpgWTB: Early HK .223 mag / Harrington & Richardson T223-dscn1100.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    No, he's looking for something more like this:

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    That's what i fugured but i saw the "early" in the title so i wasn't sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    No, he's looking for something more like this:
    ... exactly like that ; )


    Thanks for the offer KC.

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    I wonder how the components of the BHO were incorporated into the trigger group and what they look like. It would be cool if they could be made and retro fitted. I know its a pipe dream but "Charlie don't surf"- COL Kilgore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green57 View Post
    I wonder how the components of the BHO were incorporated into the trigger group and what they look like. It would be cool if they could be made and retro fitted. I know its a pipe dream but "Charlie don't surf"- COL Kilgore

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    I've seen the lower but don't have one...but do know who has it. Going by memory, there was a piece in the front that pushed down on the rod in the mag.

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    Way back in the mid 70's ...... I spotted TWO HR T223 mags in a glass display case at the old Astrohall / Houston TX gunshow ....... I asked the seller .... " how much for both " and pointed at the two mags ...... seller replied ......" $25 for both ..... if you can tell me what they fit " ...... I told him ...... he smiled .... and took my $25

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    Quote Originally Posted by SudS View Post
    I've seen the lower but don't have one...but do know who has it. Going by memory, there was a piece in the front that pushed down on the rod in the mag.
    Suds, if there is anyway of contacting them to get some detailed photos of the trigger group I'd sure like to see some close ups.
    I know Reed has one in his collection/museum (that isn't open to the public). I sent the Institute of Military Technology an email regarding further information about the inner workings of the T223 bolt hold open but never heard back.

    I grabbed the photos of the T223 that was on GB (2015) but there's not much to go on with the photos they had.
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