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Thread: pkt reciever reweld capability?

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    Gunco Regular BlackFetus's Avatar
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    naw, works been getting crazy. carpel tunnel is flaireing up, iv been going between this and the mg74 project i have going on, and other ones, lots of multi attention tasking

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    ahh understandable, well keep us updated if ya find spare time to work on it!

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    Hey Fetus - Have you got one running yet?

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    Neather, LOL... my mg74 reciever got trashed, so im re-doing it, you know when you redo something, but the inner glutten for punishment, feels like it should refine things more? yeah xD building it a little bit more diffrent, rigging the carrying handle, and top cover hindge block to be riveted on the other side of the bullet guide, with the same hole and rivet as the bullet guide.

    progress on the pkt is boreing, i finally am cutting my jig to weld the fucker togeather with. took 2 hours to cut this aluminum block in half with a sawzill... saw in one hand, beer in other

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    Great info here. I will be putting my PKT together soon (After the many others projects sitting here) I will first do a re-weld on the receiver and by that time I should be able to compare it to the new stamping PKM/PKT receiver to check how it came out. My barrel is almost finished with the Re-Mill and looks like that will come fine like a few others.

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    Hello Pyrotex,
    Could you post a picture of your rebuilt barrel when it is finished ??? I wonder how it is repaired !!!!

    Thanks,
    VD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    Hello Pyrotex,
    Could you post a picture of your rebuilt barrel when it is finished ??? I wonder how it is repaired !!!!

    Thanks,
    VD
    That will be no problem, I tapped and installed a threaded plug and TIG welded the top (17yrs D17.1 Certified) I used a "Press" fit plug for the chamber that was pre-shaped to be close. After welding that in I then finished it up with a piloted chamber reamer to smooth things out.

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    progress is slow because i dont have a tig welder... and then i work all the time, and getting to my dudes shop to weld is takeing forever

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    Default ???????

    Would it be possible reweld a receiver without blue prints and just use the cover to gauge the diistance between cuts to be filled

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    if you want to take the chance with a 650 kit to be wrong, be my guest.

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