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    I found a post by Darth Vader that has the distances for the grooves to be cut. A blue print would still be helpful though.

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    Hey Rahatlakhoom....That flat is going to be hard to make it work. The M85 kits do not have bulged trunnions. They use more of a standard 1mm receiver just like the M92s .

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    M85 is Yugoslav with bulged trunnion.
    I've got the kit.

    I was doing some fitting and discovered also that the M85 barrel does not
    require the 2 milled slots for the HG retainer. The retainer backs up tight against a diameter step-up and then tightens down with the lock lever.

    Managed to get that dang mag release drilled out and installed with spring.
    Lots of little finishing details on the virgin kit. Really kind of enjoying it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahatlakhoom View Post
    M85 is Yugoslav with bulged trunnion.
    I've got the kit.

    I was doing some fitting and discovered also that the M85 barrel does not
    require the 2 milled slots for the HG retainer. The retainer backs up tight against a diameter step-up and then tightens down with the lock lever.

    Managed to get that dang mag release drilled out and installed with spring.
    Lots of little finishing details on the virgin kit. Really kind of enjoying it.
    I didn't know that.....I don't have one, just thought it was like the M92. I'm probably going to have to get one of these.

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    Went ahead and bought an m92 kit. I'm a little worried since I have to put the grooves in the barrel myself, but it will be a great learning experience. I am probably going to be bugging the crap out of y'all in the weeks to come. One question I have is should I press the barrel then drill the barrel pin for head space before doing any other fitting? It seems like that should be the first move with the barrel.

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    It is best to press the barrel and head space it first, then go from there.
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    I noticed on the picture of the kit I bought the rear trunnion is not machined. The kit is an under folder. Is this something that I'm going to need a mill for? If that is the case then is there anyone I could send it to to have that done? It's too bad I don't have a Bridgeport in the garage, then I would be pumping out rifles as a side job. Legally of course.

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    It can be done in a drill press too
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    Dremel with a carbide burr is good to trim out the perimeter of the
    UF cut-outs after a rough drill out.
    This is some tough steel and I smoked a few bits.
    Cutting oil helps.

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    That makes me very optimistic. Man that is a nice Krink! Do you stencil the trunnion from the receiver? That is what I'm thinking of doing once Nodak releases some more of those receivers for the m92.

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