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Hello HKPRO Community,

I am working with a seller to purchase a complete 0-1-2-F lower and I am told it is still in a push-pin configuration as from the factory. I would prefer to purchase just the housing since I am only trying to achieve the two round burst "look" and don't have a sear - I am in Illinois where F/A is not possible for now. As most of you know, finding a 0-1-2-F housing by itself in good shape is not very easy, so that is why I am strongly considering buying the complete lower. I have a couple questions:

1. Is it legal for me to possess the complete lower and have all the parts in the same location of other guns it would "fit"?
2. What is the value of all the parts minus the housing itself? Is this an item that I could easily re-sell? I am not interested in keeping those parts and would want to sell them upon receipt of the complete lower.

Many thanks in advance for your thoughts on this query.
 

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I hear you on that, and understand that I would have to have the housing clipped and pinned. I already own two of the 0-1-3-F housings you linked in your message - looking for the 0-1-2-F now.
 

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the 2rb grip frame by itself is not offered for sale by HK you have to find someone that has separated the internals from the grip and is just selling the grip by itself.

That is the only way you can buy it.
 

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Anyone else have thoughts on the questions above from the original post?
If you sell the internals, most likely the buyer will want it for a 3rd burst rather than 2rd. Thus an additional expense would need to be made to swap out the counting wheel or modify the 2rd wheel. Regardless, that 2rd burst housing will end up costing you about $300+ not counting the clip and pin job. Don't know about state legalities, but no problem federally with regard to having the auto internals, since they can't be installed on a shelf gun even with a clip and pinned housing.
 

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the 2rb grip frame by itself is not offered for sale by HK you have to find someone that has separated the internals from the grip and is just selling the grip by itself.

That is the only way you can buy it.
Yes, sir. That is why I am contemplating buying the complete lower and then trying to sell the remaining parts and keep the housing. Thank you.
 

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If you sell the internals, most likely the buyer will want it for a 3rd burst rather than 2rd. Thus an additional expense would need to be made to swap out the counting wheel or modify the 2rd wheel. Regardless, that 2rd burst housing will end up costing you about $300+ not counting the clip and pin job. Don't know about state legalities, but no problem federally with regard to having the auto internals, since they can't be installed on a shelf gun even with a clip and pinned housing.
Thank you, SudS. I am willing to take a hit to have the housing, so looks like that will be what happens. I appreciate you explaining that the internals cannot be installed on a shelf gun even with a c/p housing.
 

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Thank you, SudS. I am willing to take a hit to have the housing, so looks like that will be what happens. I appreciate you explaining that the internals cannot be installed on a shelf gun even with a c/p housing.
I've done the math myself for the very same purpose. In the end, I justified buying a whole lower, but it was easy for me since I have sears and rationalized the internals would make great spare parts. Finding a buyer for the internals may take a while unless you practically give them away.
 

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I've done the math myself for the very same purpose. In the end, I justified buying a whole lower, but it was easy for me since I have sears and rationalized the internals would make great spare parts. Finding a buyer for the internals may take a while unless you practically give them away.
Agreed. Luckily, another member reached out to me that had just the housing itself. It will soon be in my hands. Thanks again for your thoughts, SudS!
 
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