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    Has anyone here made their own PSL receiver? I need to make one up for my psl kit and franken m76.
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    Yes, but for the m76, I would like to not try to fill in the mag well opening to accommodate the thinner mags....
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    you may want to check out MT DEW's thread.. he did a version/combo of one of those receivers and i cant remember where i saw the other PSL made on a 76 receiver..
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    Cold Steel blank. You can cut whatever magwell you want. PSL, stamped version of an M76, or whatever you want.
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    yep cold steel blank and they included the reinforcement plates order now, they take htere time but its the right product
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    I'll have to see if I need to wait to order those after I move. Monetary issues and lead times are screwing me on some of this stuff.
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    I would order the PSL blank now by the time you get the cash for the kit ( if you can find one) the blank will arrive
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    Actually a PSL mag is larger in all dimensions than a M76 mag and receiver.
    I mocked up a M76/PSL married fireram in 54r. It headspaces, feeds and mocks up fine.
    But the 54r cartridges will not feed reliably from the M76 mag or a MG13 mag.
    I was able to fit and feed a single stack VEPR 54r mag. But at 5 rounds and needing sideplate shims it is a great leap backwards.
    I have been reluctant to mill out the M76 mag well to fit the PSL mags based on mag cost and ruining the M76 receiver.




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    I have a PSL kit and the parts to make a sheet metal franken m76, two seperate guns
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