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    A modification I made yesterday was to allow the beltfeed cover to swing farther forward when open so it stays open to load. Before, if you let go of the cover while loading a belt, the cover would fall down on you hand and hurt like He-l!

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    LOL that same thing happens on my MG42. You know the new MG3 covers have a spring that braces the cover open.
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    interesting litle babe
    you got pics of it stripd? that will b great
    one more question
    is it an oppen bolt thing????

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    Look on Photobucket, search "sharpsshooter5090" and you can see several photos of construction and stripped plus a couple of new videos of it firing.

    It is closed bolt semi auto only!

    See attached .zip file
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    Last edited by SHARPSSHOOTER5090; 10-29-2007 at 10:29 AM.

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    Thanks for another video, that thing is great.

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    nice babe
    thanks for the vidio man
    but i like the muzel break in the pic rather than the one you put on it in the vidio
    one more thing: isnt the ricoil too much for 7.62X39 ammo with that long barel?shouldnt it be less?

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    The recoil is excessive for a 7.62x39 especially in a 13 lb gun. But I think it from the bolt hitting the rear stop and not true recoil from the reaction of the bullet being accellerated down the barrel. I am going to drill a couple of gas relief holes in the gas tube about 1/2" forward of where they are now so the bolt is not pushed all the way to the rear before the gas is blead off. The booster cone on the front was put there to keep the gas pressure up to fully push the bolt all the way back. It is not need now that I have sealed all the gas leaks and the gun cycles fine with out it. I could put back one the L1A1 flash hider if I wanted.

    Last night I moved the rear sight to the back of the feed cover and soldered a peep sight apeature to it to increase the sight radius and make it easier to see the front sight after each shot. The excessive recoil causes you to loose the sight picture easily with a blade and partridge slot type rear sight.

    Tom H.

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    It sure sounds like the gas hole is too big. Maybe you should install a valve to adjust the amount of gas going to the operating piston.

    You might be able to use a surplus one from a WWII machinegun.

    Of course, this is all just MHO.

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    I think I will remove the booster cone and put the L1A1 flash hider back on as it now functions fine without the booster cone. That should lessen the recoil a bit. I am also going to drill some gas relief holes in the gas tube about 1/2" forward of the ones in the tube now. That should allow the bolt carrier to slow down a bit befor it hits the bolt stop/buffer.

    I will post a picture of the modifications after I get them done.

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