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    Default any kits avail.?

    lookin for nice mp5 or mac 11 tec9 something around that type of style.

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    Yes on the MP5, but your looking at $1500+ just for the kit.
    MAC11 sometime they show up on GunBroker (GB), but by the time you get the kit and receiver it cost as much or more then a built gun.
    TEC9, GB again, and usually you only see them if the receiver got broke some how. Also look for an AA Arms AP9, it's almost like a TEC9 but the receivers are junk so these show up more often.
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    flordia gunworks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFetus View Post
    flordia gunworks
    Don't send him there they are the worst dealer around. They advertise kits and parts they don't even have and they charger twice what they should cost.

    Apex or Copes or AK builder or what a country these places have the best kits right now at the best prices
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    How about a kp44 or a pps43 (done in 9mm).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunco View Post
    Don't send him there they are the worst dealer around. They advertise kits and parts they don't even have and they charger twice what they should cost.

    Apex or Copes or AK builder or what a country these places have the best kits right now at the best prices

    didnt know, good to keep in mind. thanks for the heads up

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    You can still buy MAC11 parts kits. Of those three options, the MAC is by far the easist build. It will cost every penny as much to build as it would to buy one, but I imagine you want to build for the satisfaction of the build.

    The same can be said of most builds. You can buy a MKE MP5 clone for less than you's spend on a parts kit, and the MP5 isn't a "beginner's" build.

    Go ahead and build if you want to build. Just be aware that if the end goal is getting the gun you are better off bringing your checkbook to a gun store. If the goal is to learn something, go for a build.

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    copes has mac 11 flats

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    Quote Originally Posted by moleman View Post
    How about a kp44 or a pps43 (done in 9mm).
    Centerfire has them, KP44's on back order for around the $425.00 ball park due in sometime in Sept. On top will be FFL transfer fees + S/H. but they take 71Rd drums & 31Rd mags, the PPS 43 is cheaper but the ammo is getting hard to come by if you like to shoot a lot like I do.
    Centerfire has a supper sale on the PPS 43's at $269.00 untill the end of the month!!!
    Last edited by Frogman; 08-16-2011 at 10:46 AM.
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