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We now install factory German paddles with no refinish or touch up required.
Can't tell it didn't come from HK already installed!
The best you can get in the fastest time.
Thanks,Mike


 

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Is the durability of this method superior to your previous method?
Hard to say but in normal use I doubt it is any different.
Thousands and thousands of mag changes of testing would be the only way to tell.
Doing my original way just yielded more info to try another way.
You never see that area anyway.
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What all parts are needed to make this possible? Would I need to provide them for you to do the service? Is there any cutting and welding on this at all? Could you please post a picture of the inside of the mag well? I apologize for so many questions. You have just peaked my interest!
 

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We now install factory German paddles with no refinish or touch up required.
Can't tell it didn't come from HK already installed!
The best you can get in the fastest time.
Thanks,Mike


So does the paddle mag release delete the push button mag (it looks like it) or does the push button remain as on the HK MP5N?
 

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Yes this was a pic of the no paint no machine install.
Notice no mag catch or other parts.
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Mag Catch.PNG

The paddle presses against the contact piece and moves the catch. The mag wouldn't stay without the catch in place. Chopstix cleared up the some of my questions but left me with one more. Is the bushing for sale?
 

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For those that have had this done or have seen the work. What do you think the long term durability of this install is? Would hate to have it come apart in a few years or several thousand rounds...

Thanks!
 
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