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[blue]This is a new product on the market for Roller Lock Aficionados wanting a SD Style set up to install their favorite SD suppressor on. The come complete minus the SD suppressor and the lower trigger pack allowing the final shooter to customize the gun to their liking. These are also built with a full auto bolt carrier for shooters with a NFA Full Auto sear pack. [/blue]


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[blue]This is a new product on the market for Roller Lock Aficionados wanting a SD Style set up to install their favorite SD suppressor on. The come complete minus the SD suppressor and the lower trigger pack allowing the final shooter to customize the gun to their liking. These are also built with a full auto bolt carrier for shooters with a NFA Full Auto sear pack. [/blue]


Omega SD Barreled Upper Info Click Here





What length fake or real suppressor should I use for this to make it a non sbr or 1 stamp gun?
 

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What length fake or real suppressor should I use for this to make it a non sbr or 1 stamp gun?
Good luck. This particular platform that would be highly impractical. The suppressor sleeves over the entire barrel, so you'd need a 16" long suppressor, permanently attached, to get away from SBR. The barrel is 8.85" so you will need another 7.15" to make up from the end of the barrel.
 

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Beo ,We have not specifically spoken about a official recommendation on a fake can supplier . I know Red Dog and RTG parts offer a SD can but have not personally handled one.
I reach out to Wade Bailey at Omega. He said they are looking to acquire a Title II Arms SD fake can, as that one looks like it will suit their needs. He said he would get back to me after they are able to test it and make sure the gun functions.
 

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Hi guys, are we supposed to use rubber o-rings in these uppers? Noticed mine didn't have one.

Other than that it looks great!

Thanks!
 

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Good luck. This particular platform that would be highly impractical. The suppressor sleeves over the entire barrel, so you'd need a 16" long suppressor, permanently attached, to get away from SBR. The barrel is 8.85" so you will need another 7.15" to make up from the end of the barrel.
This bit of information should be in bold in the text of the ad ... It would have save me a great deal of frustration when I received mine ... I did notice today that down in the parts check list it says the threads are at the base of the barrel like the original design (which also should be in bold) ... If it was there before I missed it, what I focused in on was that the description said to "add your favorite trigger pack and suppressor"

On the other hand, maybe in my excitement to be taking this off my wish list ... Maybe I'm the only one that has run into this problem.

So, I'm probably beating a dead horse here but ... Unless your favorite suppressor is a MP5 SD-N type suppressor, your favorite suppressor won't fit.

With the help of a machinest friend of mine, he helped me make my SWR Octane suppressor work and he's working on a SD adapter that he plans to make available as currently there isn't anyone that offers this type of adapter ... It's basically a blast chamber that the suppressor threads onto so you really can use your favorite suppressor, instead of having to lay out $6-800 PLUS the $200 for your stamp ... and wait 8-10 months to get a proprietary suppressor that won't fit anything else.

Anyway, if an MP5 SD has always been on your "wish list" ...This is a fantastic piece of equipment! Since getting my suppressor issue work-around solved, I installed my favorite trigger pack, which includes a registered Flemming sear (so I didn't have to wait 8-10 months for a form 1 to come back to add a stock, for comfort and have ran about 900 perfect and trouble free rounds down the tube ... Every thing from cheap 115 grain to Speer 147 Gold Dot Bonded, runs perfectly! (Just don't try sub-sonic ammo because with the bleed ports it doesn't have enough energy to operate the action.

It also breaks down to fit into my laptop case so I can take it to work and slip out now and then for a nice quiet lunch!

 

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This bit of information should be in bold in the text of the ad ... It would have save me a great deal of frustration when I received mine ... I did notice today that down in the parts check list it says the threads are at the base of the barrel like the original design (which also should be in bold) ... If it was there before I missed it, what I focused in on was that the description said to "add your favorite trigger pack and suppressor"

On the other hand, maybe in my excitement to be taking this off my wish list ... Maybe I'm the only one that has run into this problem.

So, I'm probably beating a dead horse here but ... Unless your favorite suppressor is a MP5 SD-N type suppressor, your favorite suppressor won't fit.

With the help of a machinest friend of mine, he helped me make my SWR Octane suppressor work and he's working on a SD adapter that he plans to make available as currently there isn't anyone that offers this type of adapter ... It's basically a blast chamber that the suppressor threads onto so you really can use your favorite suppressor, instead of having to lay out $6-800 PLUS the $200 for your stamp ... and wait 8-10 months to get a proprietary suppressor that won't fit anything else.

Anyway, if an MP5 SD has always been on your "wish list" ...This is a fantastic piece of equipment! Since getting my suppressor issue work-around solved, I installed my favorite trigger pack, which includes a registered Flemming sear (so I didn't have to wait 8-10 months for a form 1 to come back to add a stock, for comfort and have ran about 900 perfect and trouble free rounds down the tube ... Every thing from cheap 115 grain to Speer 147 Gold Dot Bonded, runs perfectly! (Just don't try sub-sonic ammo because with the bleed ports it doesn't have enough energy to operate the action.

It also breaks down to fit into my laptop case so I can take it to work and slip out now and then for a nice quiet lunch!



Interested in your buddies adapter for an octane. That's sounds like a nice product
 

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Hey, Atlantic, did Omega give you guys a preferred manufacturer of fake cans for the SD? If I get another one, I'd want to go with the manufacturer recommendation.
I own a omega mp5sd, its an amazing gun only gripe is the finish is thicker than mud and the stamps on the top of the receiver have kind of bent the reviver in a bit, but does not effect function. other than that its perfect. I have a fake silencer on mine from title two arms. here is a link.

MP5 3 LUG LIGHT MODEL

P.S make sure when you use the fake silencer to use a mp5 locking piece and not the SD locking piece that your gun came with. the sd locking piece is for use with baffled real silencers. hope this helps. my gun runs like a top with the fake can. then you don't need any stamps if you use the B and T style mp5 brace at hkpart.net
 

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Hi guys, are we supposed to use rubber o-rings in these uppers? Noticed mine didn't have one.

Other than that it looks great!

Thanks!
i have shot my gun with a fake silencer with no rubber o ring in the trunion. and it shoots perfectly. it has also been shot with 2 real mp5sd cans, a tpm and an rcm i believe, and there were no issues. these guns were not built with a mp5sd trunion, rather a standard mp5 trunion so you would need a O ring that has a semi circle cut in it to fit.
 
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