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    CNCer & gunco junky jonmorry333's Avatar
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    just wondering if there is any 80% fal receivers out there anywhere ??? or any prints
    built a couple of aks, now want to do something a little more complex . im thinking a fal will be a good challenge . looking at a hk build too . found a hk33 looks cool but i really want a hk 91 too .. lol choices choices choices

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    Check Gunbroker, there's usually at least one Century made 80% FAL receiver for sale. I've heard they're almost impossible to finish, but I've never had any experience with them.

    Here's one: FAL receiver casting 80% : Parts Kits at GunBroker.com


    Also, if you're gonna build an HK91, might want to make it unique:

    https://www.apexgunparts.com/product...td4u6movljfj97 Apparently it's a rare, British made kit with a demilled barrel. The barrel just has holes drilled in it so I think you could possibly weld it up and reheat treat it, all for the sake of keeping originality and saving a buck or two, but you'll have to worry about where else to put your 922r parts

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    it has been done

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmanted View Post
    it has been done

    sure has

    http://www.gunco.net/forums/f254/fin...er-hand-33146/

    sprat
    Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.

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    Sprat1
    Did you finnish it ?
    Last edited by junkmanted; 12-13-2009 at 07:46 AM.

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