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    If you want make it minnie uzi size I have abolt and 16" semi barrel Ill sell dirt cheap.

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    PM & email sent. Dibbs. Hunting ar the moment will respond asap. Thanks!

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    Has anyone seen the ad in the new shotgun news for the Nodak UZI recceivers? Would this option be a plug and play, eliminating alot of the work?

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    I think it would save a lot of work, if you lack some of the tools needed to build a reaciever this would be a good way to go, in my opinion.

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    Got one about a month back. Pretty with quality and a LOW two digit serial number to boot. Bought the shell not the completed receiver. Sweet compared to the Group Industries. Nodak is my go to place since Elk River drug up and left Houston.
    Last edited by willie; 01-01-2011 at 12:10 PM.

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    My last two UZI builds were made up with scraps I found here and there. If your machining skills are good enough to fab up a receiver with feedramp, ejector, trunion and, blocking bar, we would like to see you make it up. However, the bolt and striker assembly are quite exacting parts to make.
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    musi is a UZI genius and has a great tutorial on these if you check it out!
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    Read Musi tutorial. All the info is a help. Thanks yall!

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    Progress report
    Got my GM blanks, GPC Hebrew marked Uzi kit, D&D striker (on sale last month).
    Had to do it & started the bolt mod. Drilled the firing pin hole first. Used carbide everything. Center drill, 9/64" drill with relief ground on shank. Once to depth with 9/64 used a #49 (.073) to drill through with a 1/8 roll pin for an extension. Too lazy to make and braze an extension and the roll pin worked and came out with in .010 of original fixed pin. Turned the bolt around and drill reamed it to size with a #64 (.084) drill in a 1/2" collet extension. Used a 1/8" die grinder to remove the bottom feed lip. At the rate I am going and a Mini Uzi build (thanks again droog) this will be an adventure.
    Bolt to do list:
    1.Weld material to front bottom of bolt both sides. Grind or machine to size.
    2.Machine striker slot and bottom voids on bolt.
    3. Drill striker stops in end of bolt and press in pins to proper depth.
    4.Mill or grind ejection relief on bolt.
    All of the above in any order but #5 last.
    5.Cut the "Naughty Slot".
    FAQ:
    Was the bolt a bitch to drill?
    Started it in a Bridgeport and drilled 75% of the 9/64 hole to depth. Finished the depth including the other drills with a Dewalt pistol drill. Friggin hard. Powder shavings all the way.

    Do you attribute not breaking any drills or having drill "walk"
    to your superior skill level?
    No. When it comes to drillin I've always been lucky.

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    Just about finished my bolt mods and will harden the weld with "Quick Hard". Did all the machining with TICN coated tooling. Is there anything I have forgotten before cutting the naughty slot?
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