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    Default MG47ES Belt feed

    Here is the first pictures of my MG47ES belt feed. It is convertable from gripstick and butt stock to spade grips in about 1 min. All FCG is inside the receiver. Still need to fit an upper hand guard.
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    That looks great!!!!
    Can't wait for the details on this, that's great how you got it so you can switch from a stock and PG to rear mounted spades.
    All FCG is inside the receiver.
    I'm really interested in this though, I was thinking of trying this but didn't get that far yet.

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    Video Please! ;o)
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    Now you need a tripod, or even a vertical tube mount for your ......eh...jeep.

    You have got to post "How To's" on your FCG, and buttstock, and spade grips, and......well, everything.

    it's a good thing you started another thread on this.

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    SharpShooter -

    Super slick. I especially like the RPK barrel, and the stock fits. That's the NO-WELD / NO-MILL build, right?! Every household in America should have one. It may be time to cash in on your engineering skills - and make it the 'next rung' on the ladder, for all AK builders. Just thinking out loud here...

    Steve in EL Paso

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    The MG47ES is a NO-WELD / NO-MACHINING build!. I am working on a video tutorial and drawings so any builder with a drill press, a MAPP gas torch & silver solder, A DREMEL, and 10-32 drill & tap set can build one from either an AK-47 or a RPK kit and material from Home Depot.
    Sorry it's taken so long but I wanted to be sure it could be done no weld no machining.

    SS

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    Default Outstanding!!!!

    Congratulations SS!!! You do have a "Gift"!! This is just what the Doctor Ordered as my old man used to say. The true "Kitchen Table" belt fed build!! This will be doable for anyone, and it does "Sing" as it were, very MAG58/M240ish look about it!! The only potential problem, I see, is if BATFE decides to raid Home Depot for selling unregistered gun Receivers disguised as Hardware........................

    But, seriously, please put me on the list for the video/drawings/tutorial. Need a test gun ASAP!! I am pretty close to having the guns I am building ready to test fire and PACT time. But, the fcg being internal now, is better than I had hoped for in terms of using the Crankfire II System on these.

    Thank You, for all your efforts to bring the MG-47 out, and by all means, Keep Up The Good Work!!!!!

    Emory Jones
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    WOW!!! Now THAT is a SWEEEEEET Looking build!!! I LIKE IT!

    I love the M240 buttstock too!!!

    WOW!!! An even better kit to model my MG47 build after!!! I'm THOROUGHLY impressed!

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    you have my full attention

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    More please looks Cool !!!!!!

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