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    Class 07 FFL/SOT dinkydow's Avatar
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    Smile My first MP5 build.

    NOT an AK...BUT....I have sent the trigger pack out to Bill Springfield, in Colorado Springs, for a re-work...other than that...she is done.





    I started with a "flat"...I am never doing that again...too much work.



    In a week...I will have all the parts to build another, an MP5.40...Next, I think it will be an MP5SD.
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    looks awesome i was looking at kits the other day... definitely to expensive for me plus i dont have the skill yet lol.
    you should do a tutorial when you do your mp5 40 or sd whichever you decide.

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    Damn Dinky. Impressive, to say the least. I threw in the towel on my G3 flat build. dropped $300+ on flats before i finally said f*ck it.

    Hat is most definitely off to ya! Get that trigger group back and put some vids of that little thing barking!!! Thanks for the pics!

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    You lucky bastard Sorry had to say it that way.

    That's gorgeous, wish I could have one of those, but the budget just won't allow it
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    Don't even ask me to bend and weld your MP5 flat...

    One was enough. No more of that for me....

    There are plenty of sources for pre-bent and welded receivers.....

    I still have three flats on the shelf to bend and weld...someday when I need some pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Posthumous View Post
    Damn Dinky. Impressive, to say the least. I threw in the towel on my G3 flat build. dropped $300+ on flats before i finally said f*ck it.

    Hat is most definitely off to ya! Get that trigger group back and put some vids of that little thing barking!!! Thanks for the pics!
    Yep...buying a parts kit to build an MP5 is like buying gold. BUT....what you
    end up with is REALLY sweet. Mine wants to go everywhere with me...and it does not even have a trigger in it!
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    nice work! ive always wanted to build an mp5. was bending the flat really that hard? i saw on weaponeer about people just clamping it to a peice of plywood with a 3/4 steel rod and bending it with a prybar.

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    Where's a good place to get a kit? Or even parts groups, if someone wanted to get a few parts at a time instead of everything at once.

    Hell I might have to try and piece one of these together.
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    Looks great DinkyDow!!!! I'm definitely jealous!!!!

    Ditto Coil's question. Where do you get parts to build? Are you gonna do a tutorial??
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    looks HOT, love it, iv been giving one of these a build thought for awhile. just cant find anywhere super solid for info on them. even got the AGI G3 video to learn up on h&k's

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