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    Got my other parts,including the semi trunion. The trunions measure about the same at the rear,ID .710 FA,712 SA. The front of the SA is .040 smaller ID than the FA. So for an experiment I made a shim from some .020 steel I had laying around, put it between the bbl and FA trunion and it works. Fits nice and snug with just a smidge of wiggle, a little less wiggle than the SA trunion. Both lock in tight when the bbl nut is tightened. Just FYI if someone wants to use the FA trunion. It wont count as a 922r but if you soldered the shim in I think it would be legal-just my opinion. BTW- does anyone need an FA trunion w/ shim? I just happen to have one!
    P.S.-See the numbers? The shim is a cheap SS ruler fron Harbor Freight!
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    What do you want for the trunnion?
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    Coils,I tell u what I'll do. If u want it pm me with your name and address and I'll send it to u as a Christmas present. I got the shipping. Shouldnt cost more than 2-3 bucks usps.
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    Thank you very much, replied to your PM
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    Coils, mailed it today,should deliver 27 Dec. Merry Christmas! Cant pm from new work computer for some reason.Will pm u from home tonite.
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    Got your pm, and another thank you, I'll let you know when it shows up.
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    mtdew it got here either the 27th or 28th, but yes I got it.
    Thanks again
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    D&D Sales has US made parts such as handgrips and handguards. They are very good to deal with, even though their website is a little confusing.

    I modified my own bolt and made my own striker set-up. Took about 4 hours of slow careful drilling to create the firing pin hole.

    To drill the bolt in my mini=mill I flipped my 3 inch vise on it's side and clamped it down, was then able to hold the bolt with it seated on the table and had plenty of Z axis travel.

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