Short answer is "no," nobody makes a center repair section. There have been at least 3 makers of receiver flats though, 1 still making them currently. Would be easier (much, much easier) to roll a flat, and instead of the shelf, drill a hole. IIRC the actual machine gun receivers had a backing piece welded or brazed in that you'd need to put in before rolling it. Drill & flare hole, RTG parts sells the crimp on tube. Weld the parts back in. If you really, really wanted to, use the flat to make a repair section, but I'd think the flat would spring back, and it would be kind of tough to make it work right to line up right.Looking for somebody who makes receiver center repair sections for the MP5.
I am looking to build a few post samples
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http://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-long-...ter-machineguns-g36e1-g36e1-c-2x-mp5-a3s.htmlI realize that. And being a class2/SOT that is very possible. The problem i have with the ATF is that with a law letterhead, they also want a purchase agreement. Or they will not grant me the transfer of a post sample. That is the problem I've been having. Or I would just bought one.
Maybe other dealers have had this problem? But the ATF is not consistent. I am having the problem. My only other option is to wait and see if another dealer is giving up their license. Then I can have one transferred to me without a law letterhead.