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    Well thanks, I feel honored. Guess I better get my act together and finish it ASAP.

    charging handles at www.black-market-parts.com

    flash hiders at www.ptr91.com and www.investmentgradefirearms.com
    also, I know I had a site with them for under 20 bucks but I can't find it now.

    I got a pistol grip and stock from CFS for 20 bucks, its ok, I wish I could keep the wood but it seems to be a PITA.

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    Could bring your parts count up by using a trigger pack from JLD (might have to buy parts individually though. The G3 and CEETME internals are slighly different from my understanding, and won't interchange in the trigger packs, but full trigger packs can be switched between housings.

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    yea, the trigger pack and then populating it would bring the cost of this build up quite a bit. I'll figure that out when the time comes.

    Update: At this point I have my trunnion welded in, I'm going to press my barrel in and headspace it, then I will weld my cocking tube. ANd of course I still need to weld in the shelf.

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    About where are the welds that hold the trunion in? I've come to the conclusion my Century CETME has it set a bit to far out, and the mags won't engage it, and I'm having feeding problems because if it.

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    Jimmy...if that is the case I would recommend taking it up with century. I had a warranty issue with them and they took care of it. It's not worth drilling the welds and everything on a gun that should work. so definitely make them fix it.

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    Alright, I'll get in contact with them about it. Thanks.

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    I'm about ready to buy a CETME receiver & I see all Century has left are the cast stainless ones. I was planning on getting the stamped version as that is what the rifles originally had. I tried to find the JLD cast receivers as an option and the bookmark I had for their website is dead.
    What options are currently available for building these rifles??
    Anybody tried the Century cast stainless one??
    Thanks, Brad
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    JLD changed it's name:

    http://www.ptr91.com/index.html

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    Thanks Kernel; I see NO receivers there?
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    They may not advertise them, I'd email or call them and ask.

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