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I'm not sure about the front trunnions; probably so.

The back wouldn't even come close. Plus you have to cut a chunk out of the receiver.
 

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Winn is right. Plus, the economics would not be favorable. I would guess that any SAR-1 receiver is worth more than $40-80 - range of available new US ones. A donor SAR-1 rifle would be worth much more.
 
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