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    I love freakin pineapples eec4tuner's Avatar
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    Finished my romy "G" kit today. I used a Tapco flat without trunnion holes. I noticed that I really needed to "massage" the flat to make everthing fit. Noticed that the selector lever doesnt fit flush with the top cover. Next build is going to be on another Romy kit, polish underfolder then a tantal. Using ak-builder flats. This was a good learning experince for me! Now i know what to do during different stages of my builds.


    Now for some pics:

    The top pics is my romy g and Maadi

    next is the selector gap i mentioned earlier
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    Take a little off the cover

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    Good Job eec4tuner, Just to clear somethin' up - its not that the lever is too low, just that its not parallel when the selector flat contacts the top cover stop?

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    twist... Yes exactly whats happening, the selector isnt parallel with top cover. Maybe i could try and hit the top cover on a belt sander and sort of bring the top cover down? The selector stop hole on the receiver looks like it's to the rear and a little low. It reallly doesnt matter to me on this build because it was more of a learning curve for me. On my next couple of builds though I'll try to turn out a much better looking project.

    Thanks for the input guys
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