The original gun that Fleming produced made with a 91 receiver used the 91s longer mag well to rock the AK mags in easier. Also the heavier 91 carrier would allow the rifle to absorb the x39s energy much better... to the point the 91 carrier would need to be lightened to get whatever cycle rate you were after and still be heavy enough the keep the 30 cal bullet's recoil acceptable. Fleming made a small lot of x39 guns and they had none of the problems (tight mag wells, feeding problems, explosive recoil) that the SW guns displayed.Shattered- out of curiosity, why'd you object to the 93 receiver being used opposed to the 91?
What is you basis of fact for that?I would suggest that you not shoot it, serious probability of kaboom.
Hey buddy, the S.W. 32/52 barrels are junk. Todd reamed out the back of the chamber way too much to get the guns to feed properly and in doing so it took the casing support out of the back of the chamber. That's why U.S.made ammo can come out looking like this.I have seen two of the guns kaboom on the first shot. The one I am working with now was a first-shot kaboom that went back to SW, and kaboomed again.