Tom,Unless its SBR'd your parts count will be off if you dont. Most of those still have the catch/ release still on them, thats the part the trips on the F/A bolt carrier, its the 2 ears sticking up in the front top of the lower, you dont want to keep that part laying around unless you are a class II /SOT.
Yep, the actuator is the top left part. I've never handled an FBI grip but based on it's function, I don't see why an FBI grip would have one.Got it.
I also found these pictures in tactical excellence
For G36 FBI
The actuator is the top left part, right ?
One thing interesting is the FBI lower actually has less part than the SL8 (locking lever, slide?)
Just to clarify, Yes, but the two ears sticking up are a safety sear and is considered a full auto part. This part holds a ledge on your hammer for a split second to allow the bolt to go full into battery before whacking the firing pin. This is needed for full auto or it would just be a slam fire. The hammer that has the extra ledge that isn't needed can be cut off or better yet, use you SL8 hammer. It could be considered a FA piece even though it isn't. M16 BCG's used to be considered an FA item, and they finally changed that. It's close to a G36 in that the back of bolt trips the paddle (which for a split second holds the hammer) and allows full battery before releasing it.I'm confused.... :/ will the FBI trigger group work in the SL8 as long as the catch is removed?