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    Default Ppsh41 in progress

    got some of the receiver welded and smoothed, semi mods to the lower and trigger housing complete, bolt cut and drilled for firing pin that i need to make. Just gotta get my barrel and trunnion and im in buisiness.
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    more pics coming

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    Don't forget to get the FA block in if it is not yet there. Looks good!

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    thanks! this build has really stepped up my respect for smg builders, its alot harder than your typical ak build.

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    Looks good
    Where did you find info about the striker setup, or is it your design?


    Just gotta get my barrel and trunnion and im in buisiness.
    What's a trunnion worth? I might have one, got to dig around the parts box(es) to be sure first.
    What's your plans for a barrel, original with or without extension, or a 16" one piece?
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    Well I cut my bolt with a grinder and cutoff wheel and messed up the bakck portion so I figured I might as well make my own out of 1/4 angle iron. It allows more room for the spring to compress and it counts as a 922r part. I'm gonna get an original barrel and extend it. The only place with trunnions is colsteel solutions and they want $50 for one.

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    Hello akfiend,
    That is a slick method of doing a striker !!!!
    The $50 trunion is a reasonable price for the involved machining on that block. It is an odd-ball metric size piece of steel as well.

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    Thanks! Well now for some bad news, the hole for the firing pin got angled upward somehow, I encountered a Really hard part towards the end so I drilled from the back to meet it and ended up having to waller out the hole part at the back so idk what to do oh and I welded the firing pin hole closed so I can drill a smaller hole in the front....I know I'm a dummy

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    It may be better to drill or bore the firing pin hole on a lathe to try to keep it on center. Hold the bolt in an independent 4-jaw chuck. An over-size (but centered) hole could be sleeved.

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