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OK, who has their sear installed in a HK91 or clone and installed their .22lr conversion kit and than installed a can?
Cycle ok in semi and in full?
 

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Haven't done it on a 91 but I had Ghillie build me a 51k some years ago and had a 22 kit modified for use with it. Had the barrel threaded 1/2x28 as it was primarily built to be a 22 host. Gun runs perfect with CCI ammo in semi or full with a Tactical Innovations Quest suppressor. Kit does not like the cheap ammo or subsonic ammo but with CCIs it is a sewing machine.
 

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Do a search on my user name and "22 conversion kit" in the Range Report section and you can get my full writeup from years ago. The only thing that didnt work well was burst mode, as the recoil isn't strong enough to turn the burst counting wheel.
 

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I did use a 33 kit with a fleming sear in my 33k with an AWC Optima (back in the day). Worked great.
 

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I really want one, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't worried about the .22lr caking everything in the gun so badly it would take hours to clean. Doesn't sound like too much fun
 

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I fooled around with a .22 kit and a Bazooka Bros. mag conversion for the AM 180 magazines. It functioned perfectly once I got the magwell adapter fitted and gave the rifle a magazine that was worthy of full-auto. Never did try a can on it though.
 

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No issues at all with a SEF pack and the "right" ammo (CCI Mini-Mags). I run this set-up in both 91 and 51k configurations. (Two separate kits).
 

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You don't use any ejector lever as it is unnecessary for the functioning. Might even hamper the performance:)
 
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