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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent View Post
    The original Lanchester had a modified MP28 fire control mechanism. The tripping lever has a hinged extension that trips the trigger bar for semi-auto fire.
    Some pictures here MP28 II Torch Cut Receiver Tube Section with Fire Control Parts, 9mm, *Good* - MP28 II Schmeisser - More - Submachine Guns - Machine Guns
    Them parts fit in the lanchester trigger group? Trigger only thing Iím stumped on my build.


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    You can modify the tripping lever to work. That and a spring is all you need. Or just make a tripping lever. You donít want the hinge if itís going to be semi only.

    Does your trigger bar have the hinge welded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent View Post
    You can modify the tripping lever to work. That and a spring is all you need. Or just make a tripping lever. You donít want the hinge if itís going to be semi only.

    Does your trigger bar have the hinge welded?
    I got the mki*. Basically three parts. Trigger, a rod with a hole in it and a sear.

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    Regarding semi-auto firing mechanisms, have a look at how IMI did it decades ago, here: https://www.uzitalk.com/reference/li...l%20manual.pdf

    Vaguely reminiscent of the system in a VZ58.

    Cheers.

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