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    Here it is (Prototype) but will be just this. A standard AK47 grip is the same size as a PKM so thats what Ill be putting on mine (Cheap VS $90)
    The "finished" ones will be of the CNC soon.
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    Sean, here it is in action
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    Beautiful!!! How much would one of these builds run with parts and such??? It sucks having beltfeds shoots in my back yard and not having a beltfed. The comblocks seem to be lighter than the 1919 and ammo is cheaper. I bet a bumpfire stock would be pretty easy to fab up and off a tripod be about as accurate as a full auto. I suppose all of the trigger work is for the semi auto conversion. Beautiful work I like it.

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    bumpfiring beltfeds is more about body position & holding it just right.

    for the PKM its a lot like bumping a MG42 in semi...


    laying down on the ground, load your calves & as the gun cycles you let your calves act & this gives you the bumpfire action. it takes some practice & lots of ammo but it works.


    we have a really good member here who made a nice bumpfire device for a tripod mounted 1919.. his name is AWSIM(Steve).. the device worked as it should & was well made.. unfortunately for him it didnt turn out well with the gooberment or for his customers.... you might want to stay away from the tripod mounted bumpfire devices..

    use your body. :-)
    Hate takes LESS energy & thought... Dont be so Lazy.

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    If he used springs he was screwed from the start. Anything I make will be for personal use. I considered something similar for my friend's1919. The PKM has a butstock and pistol grip which could be made to work like the slidefire. So what does something like this run with parts kit, barrel and incidentals? With 3 kids it will be a few years till I have time and money to spare on any level.

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    The parts kits from APEX has jumped up to $1100 and there are only a handful left. That still leaves you with a demilled barrel too. A non FFL receiver is $300 unless you reweld the cut one. Then the conversion and parts for just the hammer fire are $1500.
    thats a ballpark on whats needed to start one. If you can do most of the work yourself, you save a lot of money down the road.
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    Conversion and hammer parts $1500 wow. I can get access to a lathe and mill. I carry 28 certs and a CWI so welding is not a problem. Yeah no free lunch. The Ares runs about $3000. I was hoping to build something for closer to $1000. Drums are fun but short of a Gatling a beltfed is as cool as it gets. I will have to get on my Bill Holmes 50bmg uppers for the steel AR lowers I made. I am planning on one being a pistol just for sheer badassedness. One day I will build a beltfed.

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    Pryotex is talking about using a PKT kit to be a PKM clone.....


    while that is great & im about to start ANOTHER one.. lmao

    its not the same cost as a regular PKM... that kit alone is running north of $3,000 IF you can find one now... so in a good PKM build? your gonna have close to $4k.


    & since they sell for $7500 up to $10K? thats not too bad of an investment.
    Hate takes LESS energy & thought... Dont be so Lazy.

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    Does anybody have photos of how semi PKM parts look like? I can't seem to find any information on how these are made to shoot semi

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    your obviously kidding.

    there are quite a few posts here & at WG that show you the build tutorials not only from me or Pryotex... but ratatatman, akman, Mikey D, Trenches & several others...


    semi parts? you convert your bolt, carrier & use a FCG group of your choosing or design. its really that simple.
    Hate takes LESS energy & thought... Dont be so Lazy.

    Building or Bitching? which are you here to do?


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