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    Weaponeer is a good site... and I post there...

    Weaponeer is a good site... and I post there under the same screen name as here.

    I also broke down a number of years ago and purchased the Mill/ Drill from Harbor Freight. It works fine for most...
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    Garth, Good to see you doing it! And yes... the...

    Garth,
    Good to see you doing it!
    And yes... the 1919 is probably an easier build than your bren.
    The "mill/ drill" press idea is for people who are desperate. Watch or the chuck could come out of...
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    Garthok, This should be interesting on what you...

    Garthok,
    This should be interesting on what you get back.
    I understand the argument as to 922r, and I believe to counter this is to us a certain amount of US parts. I belive the rewelded receiver...
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    Garth, Looking good. If you don't mind, someone...

    Garth,
    Looking good. If you don't mind, someone should post some of the SA parts that you get with the kit from MGS.
    I am thinking about doing one as .308 due to the "cheap" ammo. HOwever, I seem...
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    Gart, Sounds like we have common effort/...

    Gart,
    Sounds like we have common effort/ purpose. I am planning on fabing up a second set of SA parts for my second build also... I believe the SA parts kit was sourced through Weaponeer, and is...
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    Gart, I have two MGS Bren kits.... through a...

    Gart,
    I have two MGS Bren kits.... through a Weaponeer group buy, I got the semi auto conversion parts kit for one of them.

    Left to do is the blocking of the receiver and the welding like you...
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