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    Default NEED: rear trunnion

    ok i have lost the rear trunnion for my psl kit. does anyone have one or a romy rpk rear trunny that is laying around
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    I may have one or two around. I'll try to remember to check tomorrow.
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    I have one. I see that TGI is selling them for $75 each. I will sell you mine for $35 shipped. If anybody else needs one, I can probably get another one from my brother (assuming he still has it). The receivers we used for our PSL builds came with pre-riveted trunnions, so we didn't use the ones from our kits.
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    pack

    crap!!! finally able to get to a classified (kept getting the page error). ended up finding one at ak builder before i could see yours. thanks for the offer!!
    al gore is full of carbon enriched shit

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    No prob, glad you were able to find one. If you're using a standard trunnion, be aware that the PSL trunnion is a little different, if 100% correctness is important to you. Near as I can tell there will be no functional difference, and you won't be able to tell anyway without field stripping the rifle.
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