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    hello world,
    Discussion on the subject led me to start a "Lee-Enfield 5.45x39 build".
    Peter"s comments drove me there.

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    Sorry for my (non-native) English and for not posting my build here at first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magellan View Post
    5.45x39 build
    Welcome to the forum...

    This could be interesting too, the same length and twist basically.
    Regards, Jim

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    homemade 5.45x39 mag to fit LE

    Here are some pics of my homemade 5.45x39 mag.
    It fit perfectly my spare LE receiver.

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    Homemade 5.45x39 extractor for LE

    here are some pics of my homemade LE 5.45x39 extractor.


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    feed and extract

    it feeds and extracts flawlessly
    But I am still working on the spring loaded ejector


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    Great pics. That gives us lots of food for thought about the conversions we'd have to do here. Appears you've built a whole new host mag body...
    Regards, Jim

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    mag détail pics

    Here are more pics of my homebuilt 5.45x39 mag.
    It hold five rounds.
    Follower does not tilt.
    Except the spring which is a section of used AR15 mag spring the whole thing is scratch built from scrap metal. (lot of filing, sheet metal folded and soft soldered)
    You will notice that my cheap chinese drill press is unable to drill straight.
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    Excellent...never mind crooked holes. It seems to work fine. Lots of clear shots there...

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