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Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby messerschmittfan » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:48 pm

I am trying to get an idea of what a M53 Wiselite serial numbered receiver is worth. I have a M52 with most of the semi-auto parts and the receiver that I may be selling but do not have a good idea of what they are going for . Thanks Harry

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby URAR1004 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 12:08 pm

Im looking for a semi receiver, is it just the rear, from the cam rearward or a full receiver? Send me a PM. Thanks

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby messerschmittfan » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:12 pm

I have a complete M53 kit with the shroud that is not welded to the numbered Wiselite receiver and a new barrel that needs to be head spaced or a VG plus issued Yugo barrel. The kit has almost all of the semi-auto parts needed to complete. Bolt has to have extension on it. I am not interested in just selling the receiver but the complete kit. Thanks Harry

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby 42rocker » Wed Jan 24, 2018 6:54 pm

A pic or two would go a long way in helping things. If you need help let John or I know, with the posting of the pics.

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby messerschmittfan » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:53 pm

Here are a couple of photographs of the kit with receiver I would like to sell. Harry

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby messerschmittfan » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:57 pm

For some reason the photographs are not appearing so I will try again. I keep getting a http error message. Should anyone be interested send me an email (h.connors@centurylink.net..) or PM and I will send photos via email. Harry

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby JBaum » Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:56 pm

You click on the attachments tab, at the bottom of your message, you click on add files. You find the picture on your computer and click open. How can you get an http error uploading a file from your computer?

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Re: Want to know what Wiselite semi-receiver is worth

Postby JBaum » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:57 pm

Posted for messerschmittfan:

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M53 kit with most of the semi-auto parts needed to make semi-auto rifle. The nose of the shroud is prepared for the new nose cone that will have to be welded on. The barrel is a new 7.92x57mm one, it has not been head-spaced to the barrel trunnion. If the buyer would like a VG original M53 barrel ready to use I would swap out. The semi-auto pistol grip is complete with the m16 hammer, HD springs and trigger. No German parts all YUGO. This has to go to an FFL holder as the receiver is numbered and registered.


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Close up of semi-auto pistol grip, new M16 FCG and safety. All small pins and springs are as far as the inventory list I made included.


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Close up of Wiselite semi-auto receiver, top feed plate, rails , recuperator , cocking handle, other items.


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Close up of the shroud and front end, showing sight, cone retainer cone and bipod.
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