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I'm just a lowlife sear guy. He's asking me for RRPP sellers. Of course I've mentioned the usual. And I don't know if this breaks mod. rules but can yall throw out a few dealer names or sites that tend to have RRPPs in stock or for sale? This isnt a WTB or WTS ad and I'm not asking for opinions on specific dealers....Just historically which ones tend to have a focus on RRPP MP5s or direct connections to such.

Thanks in advance.

Houston

(and yeah yeah..Ive tried to talk him into a sear to no avail)
 

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I'm just a lowlife sear guy. He's asking me for RRPP sellers. Of course I've mentioned the usual. And I don't know if this breaks mod. rules but can yall throw out a few dealer names or sites that tend to have RRPPs in stock or for sale? This isnt a WTB or WTS ad and I'm not asking for opinions on specific dealers....Just historically which ones tend to have a focus on RRPP MP5s or direct connections to such.

Thanks in advance.

Houston

(and yeah yeah..Ive tried to talk him into a sear to no avail)
Not sure if this one or not was pre auction at $27k you know how his descriptions can be........might be worth investigating might be another m60 gem :biggrin: http://www.gunbroker.com/item/619996983
 

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Would certainly ask a question as from the pics, to me, it does not look like a push pin MP5.
 

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I think today a sear > RRPP, but you want what you want (or your "friend" does).
Yep... In my mind Reg.Trigger Box > Sear > RRPP > RR with shelf and unregistered conversion device (aka. married), in that order.
I totally get the correctness of the RRPP and wish I had one, but at today's prices a one trick pony is hard to justify.
 

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Yep lower housing is the engraved part not the trigger pack or the sear..........this burst pack had the front engraved I do not have pic of the engraving maybe someone who has one will post a pic

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Wow... Makes you wonder how that ever qualified as a "conversion device"... Did most employ a cut F/A pack inside or a sear pack... My guess is the grip frame is married to its respective internal conversion device?
 

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Wow... Makes you wonder how that ever qualified as a "conversion device"... Did most employ a cut F/A pack inside or a sear pack... My guess is the grip frame is married to its respective internal conversion device?
I know the burst pack above was a F/A burst pack I would think most used this method as well but have heard there were some with the conversion sear/proprietary sear especially with Ceiner papered conversions.......yes
 

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I know the burst pack above was a F/A burst pack I would think most used this method as well but have heard there were some with the conversion sear/proprietary sear especially with Ceiner papered conversions.......yes
Well... At this point I should probably say sorry to the OP for hijacking his thread... Lol
 
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