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    What you have should all work together fine. That combination has been used successfully before. The only problem you might have is you may have to make a shell deflector deflect the ejected cased from hitting the drum and bouncing back into the ejection port. I will post a picture of the shell deflector I made for the prototype MG47ES.

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    Thanks, SS. I'll hop over there and take a look.

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    Hi, guys. A couple of questions for the experts out there.

    1 should the front of my Romy G trunion be flush with the front of the receiver?

    2 is there any reason why I can't screw the rear receiver bridge to the receiver as opposed to pinning it?

    3 the tube I bought to make the gas tube extension has an inside diameter of .635 not .560. Will this create any major problems?

    4 could someone perhaps sends a few photos of how to fabricated the grip stick of an MG42 to work with this build?

    Thanks in advance!

    A

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    I appears that the interest in the MG47 has pretty much run it's course. I am still amazed at the how much it did spark builders interest. It started out as an experiment to see if it could be done while I was waiting for my MG53 kit to arrive. Thanks to all who followed the conception and completion of the prototype and those who prodded me to develop the ES version.

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    A big thanks to you for coming up with this madness.

    Though, I fear that my wife thinks I've gone quite mad with this project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHARPSSHOOTER5090 View Post
    I appears that the interest in the MG47 has pretty much run it's course. I am still amazed at the how much it did spark builders interest. It started out as an experiment to see if it could be done while I was waiting for my MG53 kit to arrive. Thanks to all who followed the conception and completion of the prototype and those who prodded me to develop the ES version.

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    not yet, i am trying to clear out some stuff so i can have a place to work on it. i have gathered up most of the stuff to build at least 1 may be 2. i have read and reread all the post to get a good feel for it. my first start on one i have given up on and i am going to start over with all the good information there is now.
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    Holy crap, that is a beauty. May I ask how long it took to build?

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    Using only the finest harbor freight grinders, yard sale sawzalls, and my lone precision tool: a 1951 vintage Logan lathe.

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    Horseman, is there an available source for your receiver tube I can use?

    I have been wanting to build one of these jewels for a while now. The least I can do is stockpile the components, until i can build one.

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    If you are referring to the prototype, it took me about 9 months but the ES version should take an experience builder 2-3 month of nights and week ends at most.

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