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    Talking Suomi M-31 drop in FCG and striker systems for sale

    Building the Suomi just got easier!

    I am now offering my Suomi FCG and striker system as drop in parts. You send your FCG for exchange - or if you wish I will convert and return your unit. The striker and recoil spring assembly is outright purchase.

    Some minor fitting is required as each home modified Suomi is a bit different.

    It is not yet BATF approved but it is in the process.


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    What type of bolt do you need with this type of stricker?
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    Gclark

    Did a quick check of your site and did not see a listing for your FCG show me the way to enlightenment. Duh
    I was so excited about it that I didn't
    see you don't have any yet pending BATMAN'S seal of approval

    Please keep us posted!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Gary is in a bigtime building mode over at weaponeer.... lol

    no he doesnt have a bat symbol approval yet, but his set up looks nice and he has been very helpful to those who ask him questions.
    say what you mean & mean what you say


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    Quote Originally Posted by avgrant
    What type of bolt do you need with this type of striker?
    You have several options here.

    1. I had my bolt annealed and did all the machining myself. The bolt is VERY hard. Like Rockwell 65! All info on the CD. Prexis.com annealed/re-hardened it for me. Heat treat, about $75 to $100 (a guess).

    2. Tommerr (Tom Radant) over on Weaponeer will convert the bolt for you and it is compatible with my system. About $150

    3. Prexis.com will supply a brand new, 100% USA made, 922r compliant bolt that will work also. This gains you one 922r point with the BATF. About $200.

    This is not an easy build, but it is as cool as Hel*! These guns are really precision masterpieces.
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    im gonna agree with Greg all the way.

    did one of these about 3 years ago with the parts that were out there at the time....

    it was a very tough build then, but quite a nice gun afterwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutigaf
    im gonna agree with Greg all the way.

    did one of these about 3 years ago with the parts that were out there at the time....

    it was a very tough build then, but quite a nice gun afterwards.

    Since I first started my build, the really tough areas have been addressed by several people.

    Today you can get a receiver and bolt from Prexis, or a bolt and barrel from Tommer and a FCG and sear from me.

    That really eases the bumps in the build!
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    For those who are thinking about getting my FCG components, I am up and fully running and shipped 7 sets this week.

    Thanks!
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