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Thread: pkt reciever reweld capability?

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    Here is just a sample of the hard work and planning (My CAD guy) to get a Feed Paw Dimple as close to the original as possible and NOT boxy like the others out there.
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    Here's a pic of the EXACT copy for the Camming plate.
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    THIS IS NOT A WTS post , I am showing progress in making 75-80% receivers. When FS I will post in the proper part of the forum.

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    Hello pyrotex,
    Are you planning to make the cam dimple as a separate part of the receiver pressing ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    Hello pyrotex,
    Are you planning to make the cam dimple as a separate part of the receiver pressing ???

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    The feed paw dimple is a separate part that will be welded on. (I tried with my first die and the metal would not stretch enough.

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    Fuck, write me down for 2! XD
    Also, welded on seems better, i stare at the recever and have no idea how they managed to stretch the metal like that.
    looks intense. glad to see your progress, i havent made any, which is why i havent been posteing, the alumminum block of mine has almost 3 hours of sawing on it, and its not even done yet, i picked up a abrasive cutting saw, but dont have any time, because i back shifted to projects i can do instead of projects that have handicapped themselves due to my limited technical equipment and time. frustrateing, but i rather work on stuff that doesnt piss me off, the joy of building over forcing the entire process

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    I'll know more when the new cylinder for my press gets in. I am also doing a AK FCG conversion for hammer fire.

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    Built with high grade .0685 1010 ANN steel, this receiver will perform as well as the original and can be spot hardened.
    The Top rails need to be profiled just like on the older AK flats, Trunnion holes and Ejector cut-outs will be needed. These are in WHITE.
    The cocking handle plate is shown NOT SPOT WELDED, only for "looks".
    These will be offered soon. A final check will be done and then sales will begin.
    This IS NOT THE WTS post, This is for feedback.
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    Very nice work indeed !!!!

    VD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper Dude View Post
    Very nice work indeed !!!!

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    Thanks, its a little more involved than what I thought but worth it. It is a 7 step process to get to the pic.

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