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Good Evening,

I already have an HK94 that has been cut and redone as an MP5. I also have a NIB HK 94 and I am debating on whether or not do the SBR paperwork and have it redone as an MP5 or just keep it in the original condition. (I wouldn't be shooting it.) I was just wondering if you think it is a better investment to keep a virgin HK94 or have it completely redone as a sear ready MK5?

Thanks in Advance,

Ray B.
 

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Redoing a NIB gun never makes financial sense. If ou are going to chop a gun, you start with a less than perfect gun. Remember, it is going to get a complete refinish.
 

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I say keep it stock. Especially if you already have one done as an MP5.
 

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Leave it as HK94. It is much harder to sell as a SBR. You lose value as SBR.
 
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