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shadycon
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Posted - 10/02/2017 :  11:21:32 AM  Show Profile Send shadycon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
New????????????????
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New mix of parts maybe!

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HB of CJ
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Posted - 10/02/2017 :  2:11:22 PM  Show Profile Send HB of CJ a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Dunno. We are just fun shooters and not collectors. For us if a good M1 trigger housing group works fine then we are happy. Mix Masters are OK. We do upgrade to the late flip safety and late mag catch. Muscle memory.

If the new M1 trigger housing group connected with the new to us Carbine has a M2 sear, we trade that out also. The M2 sear goes into the M2 Carbine spare parts bin. Is that trigger housing group collectible?

All Oregon State, US Code Laws And NFA Rules Apply.
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shadycon
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Posted - 10/02/2017 :  4:38:22 PM  Show Profile Send shadycon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Just having fun! M2 parts in an uncut SG trigger housing. Must be something new! II marked hammer! Must be SG NOS!

M1's-R-FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!
TSMG's-R-MORE-FUN!!!!!
ENJOY LIFE & HAVE FUN!!
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HB of CJ
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Posted - 10/02/2017 :  7:48:04 PM  Show Profile Send HB of CJ a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I finally put my glasses on and magnified the photos. My bad. Getting lazy. Yep, looks like a M2 Hammer and a M2 Disconnecter block in a M1 trigger housing.

Probably would work OK and certainly legal in Oregon but why would one use up good needful M2 parts inside a M1 trigger housing? Dunno.
Whatever works.

All Oregon State, US Code Laws And NFA Rules Apply. One of the things about M2 Carbine NFA rules is that one must keep very close track of the M2 parts count.

Yikes!
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