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    Guys, I'm trying to start a group buy {M56Yugo} on Tommerrs bolt conversions on Weaponeer. If you have one to build: How about some support and feedback! It's listed underGunparts Homebuild on weaponeer.net. I have been asked by Tom to start one as he's still interested!!....Slowfinger

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    I also asked at the Weaponeer site but come here more.

    I could be talked into this. Can you give more details? I missed any of the other group deals on this bolt conversion.

    Thanks

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    Coils, I posted and asked on the Weaponeer site. Tommerr is just finishing up last of bolts but may be open for another GB. with a donation. He seems to like machining things. I don't have a machine shop but I know a few people but don't have the dementions for bolt mods. Have to get the bolt modified before we order any semi tubes from Prexis. Also wondering if anyone is making a striker for the M56 gun? Also how much material do you take off the end of reciever tube end? Anybody?.....Slowfinger

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    Any bargain kits available??? Link??
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    I think the M56 is long gone.I traded one last week for 2500 rnds of various caliber ammo.I love the "Barter System".gunut

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunut
    I think the M56 is long gone.I traded one last week for 2500 rnds of various caliber ammo.I love the "Barter System".gunut

    Guess I wont need a bolt conversion then
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    Bradock, Yes you will! There are a few on gun broker on and off. "What " is selling them.....Slowfinger

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    Now to find someone willing to sell a converted Yugo m56 bolt by Tom! Maybe they'll show up on gunbroker sometime!!!!!!Slowfinger

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    Tom, Would you be so kind as to give us a ball park figure for the average length of the M56 firing pin after the gun is up and running? I don't want to be poping primmers or out of battery experience. What is the starting length anyway? Wondering. I am going to try the bolt and firing pin build myself in our shop here in the midwest. Thank you ...Slowfinger

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