If the MP5 host gun started as an HK94, and the sear is "married" to it and registered, then before the sear can be used in another firearm, the host must be registered as an SBR (thus divorcing the sear).Be careful not to create an unregistered SBR. If you are using a registered sear, take the MP-5 to a pistol configuration before you take the sear out and put a single shot trigger group in.
If it is a registered receiver, why would you want a single shot trigger group?
Didn't Fleming make push-pin registered receivers too?yep, sounds definitely like a registered receiver. You could put whatever FCG on it that you want. I guess it has a shelf so you gotta remember that when you buy a FCG or you'll have to have it modified.
Hope you get a good price on it
Unless it's a registered receiver with a shelf that utilized an unregistered conversion device (sear or clipped pack). If that's the case they are permanently married and the least desirable type of conversion IMHO.If it's a Fleming registered receiver you can put whatever trigger pack in it you want. If it's a registered Fleming sear, you can also put it in whatever trigger group you want. 2,3,FA is more than 1 shot per trigger pull so MG, no matter how many shots come out.
As long as you got the stamp for the MG, you're good to go.
He's coming here for help.Welcome to the site. You are actually purchasing that price of an item and put in for your stamps but not certain how you can utilize it? Sweet. I would not mind having one myself.
Do you have any pictures of your MP-5? That would help us help you.I'm in the process of buying a Fleming conversion MP5 full auto and I was wondering if I could put the full auto three shot and single shot trigger group in the MP5 and would it work and keep it legal.
Good, bad or, fair is subjective and all in the eye of the beholder. I would say to myself, $19K for a "married" registered receiver MP-5 is probably about average for most areas but, not what I'm interested in. For a "real deal" registered receiver MP-5, I think you did very well and I would be all over it myself if I had the money. Sear guns have their benefits but, they are also a lot more expensive in today's market.Not sure what a good price is but I put out 19K with 2000rds ammo and 6 mags. I hope I got a fair deal?