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Wondering what the opinion is on clones to install HK, or RCM bolts and carriers is there any advantages?
 

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Who made the clone? Are you having issues with the current bolt group? Or looking for 922r conversion parts?

RCM is the best for the money. Anything marked H&K will be fine too but is going to cost near double the RCM parts. I've got RCM parts that have well over 15000 rounds of hard full auto use suppressed and unsuppressed and aside from a few extractor springs and some cleaning I have never had a problem with them
 

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Who made the clone? Are you having issues with the current bolt group? Or looking for 922r conversion parts?

RCM is the best for the money. Anything marked H&K will be fine too but is going to cost near double the RCM parts. I've got RCM parts that have well over 15000 rounds of hard full auto use suppressed and unsuppressed and aside from a few extractor springs and some cleaning I have never had a problem with them
I have not picked it up yet, and I am not sure who makes it, its a Omega SD upper, so not sure whose they used. Ive heard RCM is very good, HKParts also makes combo units some hk and some american which I suspect is RCM.
 

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Test it out first before replacing any parts. If it does not function properly change only one part at a time. I've owned a number of clones. Most needed an HK or RCM bolt head but not all needed a carrier swap. Check bolt gap before & after changing bolt head or carrier. One of my 10mm clones had a bolt gap of .030 with all OEM parts. It was made by Coharie. I added -4 rollers. It needed a better bolt head but the carrier was fine. I refer to it as the "clone blues". RCM makes very good parts.
 
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