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    Default KP-44 Flat Dwg

    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    MGS in Texas has this "repair section" for the KP-44 also. Military Gun Supply, Your Source for Military Guns and More!
    They also sell the barrel bushing and the feed block (which I suspect helps create the drum mag well).
    Yes, I'm still searching for a paper template for the KP-44 flat.
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    I've drawn my own drawings to bend a complete upper reciever section.
    My problem is I've bent the steel ,and I have not got each side to line up corectly yet.
    The drawing is layed out for the folds in the mag well,an the trunnion
    support.You do have more than one bend to make the mag section.
    If you have a kit,you can make your own drawings.You do need
    a mag,trunnion,feed ramp.(you can make your own feed ramp).Mic your
    kit an order some flat steel stock.4130 stock.Aircraft Spruce.com
    Up date,Ive made 4 flats sofar.I'm still working on the spring back from the 4130.
    Made new jig from angle iron,an turned a new round stock.Will see what happens.
    Always accepting input ,thanks AL
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    Quote Originally Posted by bustermchooter View Post
    an the KP44 be made to shoot the 7.62x25 round?
    I dont see why it couldnt although most of those kits have 9mm barrels with them

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    Some people are cutting up old Russian Nagant barrels 7.62x54r to make 16" 7.62x25 barrels, if you have a lathe & a few gunsmith tools its possible. Weaponeer has a few ( How I did It ) Forums there. - That info might even be there at Gunco I don't know for sure, wish I could be more help.
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    9mm is keyed to the KP44.
    You can use the suomi drums.
    Why the fuss over 7.62?

    Get a PPsh 41 and run 7.62
    Or, a '43.

    9mm is cleaner.
    I dunno, just my experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahatlakhoom View Post
    9mm is keyed to the KP44.
    You can use the suomi drums.
    Why the fuss over 7.62?

    Get a PPsh 41 and run 7.62
    Or, a '43.

    9mm is cleaner.
    I dunno, just my experience.
    YouTube - KP-44 close up
    Thes guys think that the 9mm has no stopping power.They know that most of the 7.62x25 is machine gun ammo.I don't believe it matters when you put 30+rounds into someone .I personally like the7.25 only because I own other guns of that size.
    Thanks AL

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    there is a guy over on weapons guild selling kp44 flats for $12 it is a sale and wont last, but thats about as cheap as they are gonna get, its good stuf I have received mine , he goes by name of Jack Squat

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1963vwbug View Post
    Thes guys think that the 9mm has no stopping power.They know that most of the 7.62x25 is machine gun ammo.I don't believe it matters when you put 30+rounds into someone .I personally like the7.25 only because I own other guns of that size.
    Thanks AL
    Do you really think some 7.62x25 ammo is hotter than others for sub-machine gun use? In the AO, would it be prudent to have two loads, same caliber, that can only be used a) in a pistol or b) in a sub-machine gune?

    A supply nightmare. The 7.62X25 "hot" sub-machine gun ammo is a myth.
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    The 7.62X25 "hot" sub-machine gun ammo is a myth.
    Or long gone, that story been around since the mid 90's, I doubt any of that stuff (if it ever was) is still around.
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