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    I like the X25 well enough to pay 15-17 cents ea, for them. To me its a better round than 9mm. almost like comparing apples and orangs, That said you have a nice build going, in either 9mm or x25

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    very cool, that's a nice looking build from what i can see.
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    nice build. post more pix and build details as you come along.

    I'd be interested to see if the .223 to x25 brass conversion would cycle properly in a semi-auto carbine either AK or AR...I have to believe it would.
    It would certainly keep us all shooting x25.
    Has anyone ever tried the conversion (.223 to x25) process in a semi-auto of any kind?

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    finally started working on this thing again lol i decided to scrap the modded pps43 bolt idea since i figured out how to mod an ak74 carrier so i can use an un modded 74 bolt and remove it for cleaning yet it's fixed in the forward position, also i decided to use an akm front sight base and scrapped the pps43 barrel shroud idea mainly because i want to get this sucker done lol

    here's my mock up just needs drilling, riveting and welding. the magwell was easy to fit as i made tabs in the front and back that i bent and adjusted to get the front and back mag height where i anted them and played with ho far forward i put the magwell to the trunnion until it was perfectly hand cycling.



    here's the mods to the carrier, yes my flux wire welding is ugly and has holes i'm going to use a buddies blaster and gas assist to fill the holes and do a little more welding, good thing is it adds weight. i am up to a total of 492 grams and am shooting for about 525 (i can lighten or add a little more from there)


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    it works and thats the important part.

    sometimes pretty is over rated.
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    Looking good Justin!! I can't wait to see that thing done. One cool pistol.
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    im hoping to have it functioning tomorrow then i can fiddle around with bolt weight
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    Nice project. Following along.

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