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Does anyone have one of these? Pretty interesting how it goes together. I sure hope someone wouldn't hack up an original to do this, but for a build.

TSC Machine ? HK PSG2

 

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From TSC site...

"Built on a factory German HK receiver. Scope, scope mount and custom fitted case are additional.
Starting at $11,995.00"
 

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Heeysus!, that's a lot keeeeesh. I'm sure they haven't done one yet then. I just can't see someone hacking up a collectible unless they sleep on cash and several PSG's.

Perhaps this doesn't belong in the clone section then, I just assumed it was a build.



From TSC site...

"Built on a factory German HK receiver. Scope, scope mount and custom fitted case are additional.
Starting at $11,995.00"
 

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Heeysus!, that's a lot keeeeesh. I'm sure they haven't done one yet then. I just can't see someone hacking up a collectible unless they sleep on cash and several PSG's.
Don't believe they are converting an actual PSG-1. I found a past thread about the "PSG-2" with the search function but I'm not gonna link it... SG shut it down when it turned less that helpful.
Still pretty neat though and I would also love to see if anyone actually owns one... Would be interested in its reliability, group performance, ability to retain POI after takedown, etc.
 

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I'm wondering if it uses a lock up like the HK11/21 barrel. It looks similar sticking out the back of the fore end. The HK21 barrel has a solid return to zero despite the easy removal, so it'd be a good design to use/mirror.
 

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I'm wondering if it uses a lock up like the HK11/21 barrel. It looks similar sticking out the back of the fore end. The HK21 barrel has a solid return to zero despite the easy removal, so it'd be a good design to use/mirror.
It's made on an SR9 receiver, uses a modified 21 barrel and lockup (or is that a 22" E barrel?). At least one exists in the hands of a private collector. Yes, it was very expensive to make and many hours of "thought" to work out the design/engineering details.
 

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Pretty cool example of what can be done with skills and money.

How long is that barrel?
 

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The last I knew, Mike (TSC Machine) only works with HK receivers. So a $2,500 HK91 plus $8,500 in work and parts. $12,000 is very big money in my book. Definitely cool.

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