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Semi Auto parts and services

Postby Pirate » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:04 pm

I am offering the following parts and conversion services:

Grip kit type 1

2 side plates
1 hammer tube stop
1 trigger return retainer
2 front mount ears
1 front mount pin
2 hammer pins
2 trigger pins
1 trigger stop pin

Price: $40.00

Grip kit type 2:

Includes all the parts in the type 1 kit and all the FAL fcg parts with a modified hammer.

Price: $96.00

Grip stick conversion
Convert your gripstick and install the fal fcg. grip is blasted and finished with an
industrial black oxide coating

Price: $156.00

converted stripped grip stick $120.00
converted complete gripstick $176.00

Bolt kit:

Includes
1 bolt extension
1 drill bushing for the feed stud
2 strikers and springs

Price: $80.00

Bolt conversion

Convert your bolt to semi auto configuration, includes welding on the bolt extension and retracting stud, drilling the feed stud and wedge, and 2 strikers bolt is blasted and coated with an industrial black oxide finish.
If you need a spoon style ejector extension add $8.00

Price: $130.00

converted Bolt extension with 2 strikers and drilled wedge $155.00

Add $4.50 for shipping on the kits, return shipping for 1 bolt or grip is $4.50

Shipping for a bolt and grip is $5.50


Insurance, If you want insurance on the return use the table below for the amount to add.
Once I turn the package over to the US postal service I will no longer be responsible for it if you do not pay for insurance.

Fee . . . . . . . . Insurance Coverage
$1.35 ................ $0.01 to $50
$2.30 ................ $50.01 to $100
$3.35 ................ $100.01 to $200
$4.40 ................ $200.01 to $300
$5.45 ................ $300.01 to $400
$6.50 ................ $400.01 to $500
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Postby Pirate » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:06 pm

the conversion requires the spoon style ejector extension
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Postby swilson » Mon Apr 17, 2006 11:35 pm

Pirate,

I am currently waiting on a debt to be paid to me and then I will have you convert my gripstick and bolt. :D
Do you have the bolt rail rivets available??? I would just as soon order everything else I need at the same time to complete my build. Thanks,


Steve

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Postby Pirate » Tue Apr 18, 2006 8:11 am

At the moment every thing is in stock and ready to ship.

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Postby Reichpapers » Fri May 05, 2006 12:40 am

2 questions:

A. What type of payment do you take?
B. Can I request not to have the bolt or gripstick blasted and black oxidised...or finish work done.
It's better to be silent and considered a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.

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Postby Sevo » Mon May 15, 2006 9:11 pm

I just got my parts back from Pirate. These parts are so awesome. His craftsmanship and engineering of these parts are incredible. When I opened the box, I was not expecting such high quality for the price that I paid. His services and parts are well worth every penny. Save yourself the trouble and pain....send them to Pirate.

Thanks again man. If it wasn't for your help and patience, I wouldn't be as far along as I am now. :rave:

Sevo
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Postby Cpt_Kirks » Sat Jun 03, 2006 4:15 pm

Pirate,

In case the rifle/firearm 922r ruling goes against us, are all the parts in your conversions US made?

If not, would it be possible to use all US made parts?

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Postby striker754 » Sun Jun 04, 2006 12:57 am

Cpt_Kirks wrote:Pirate,

In case the rifle/firearm 922r ruling goes against us, are all the parts in your conversions US made?

If not, would it be possible to use all US made parts?


Should be, they are sufficiently modified. I think the MG42 doesn't even have enough parts anyways to make the list.

(1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings or stampings US
(2) Barrels IMPORT
(3) Barrel extensions NONE
(4) Mounting blocks (trunions) IMPORT/QUESTIONABLE
(5) Muzzle attachments IMPORT
(6) Bolts US (modded)
(7) Bolt carriers US (modded)
(8) Operating rods NONE
(9) Gas pistons NONE
(10) Trigger housings US (modded)
(11) Triggers IMPORT/US if pirate mods it
(12) Hammers US
(13) Sears NONE
(14) Disconnectors US
(15) Butt stocks IMPORT
(16) Pistol grips US
(17) Forearms, hand guards NONE
(18) Magazine bodies QUESTIONABLE IF A BELT COUNTS. Shouldn't since it is NOT a magazine. Have to look up the lawful def of magazine
(19) Magazine Followers NONE
(20) Magazine Floor plates NONE


Should be fine.

none123

Postby none123 » Sun Jun 04, 2006 2:42 am

striker754 wrote:
Cpt_Kirks wrote:Pirate,

In case the rifle/firearm 922r ruling goes against us, are all the parts in your conversions US made?

If not, would it be possible to use all US made parts?


Should be, they are sufficiently modified. I think the MG42 doesn't even have enough parts anyways to make the list.

(1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings or stampings US
(2) Barrels IMPORT
(3) Barrel extensions NONE
(4) Mounting blocks (trunions) IMPORT/QUESTIONABLE
(5) Muzzle attachments IMPORT
(6) Bolts US (modded)
(7) Bolt carriers US (modded)
(8) Operating rods NONE
(9) Gas pistons NONE
(10) Trigger housings US (modded)
(11) Triggers IMPORT/US if pirate mods it
(12) Hammers US
(13) Sears NONE
(14) Disconnectors US
(15) Butt stocks IMPORT
(16) Pistol grips US
(17) Forearms, hand guards NONE
(18) Magazine bodies QUESTIONABLE IF A BELT COUNTS. Shouldn't since it is NOT a magazine. Have to look up the lawful def of magazine
(19) Magazine Followers NONE
(20) Magazine Floor plates NONE


Should be fine.


unless they look at it this way

(1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings or stampings US
(2) Barrels IMPORT
(3) Barrel extensions IMPORT well there is one call it the barrel ext or trunion (not the cam)
(4) Mounting blocks (trunions) IMPORT/QUESTIONABLE
(5) Muzzle attachments IMPORT
(6) Bolts US (modded)
(7) Bolt carriers US (modded)
(8) Operating rods IMPORT if a charging handle counts on a g3 then it would here also
(9) Gas pistons NONE
(10) Trigger housings US (modded)
(11) Triggers IMPORT unless it's a ar or us made fal
(12) Hammers IMPORT unless it's a ar or us made fal
(13) Sears NONE
(14) Disconnectors IMPORT unless it's a ar or us made fal
(15) Butt stocks IMPORT
(16) Pistol grips IMPORT unless you make or buy US parts
(17) Forearms, hand guards NONE
(18) Magazine bodies allmost positive it's NONE
(19) Magazine Followers NONE
(20) Magazine Floor plates NONE

now the real problem is that the same gun is ruled both a rifle and a firearm. as long as modified parts are considered US parts then all is good. if not then we have issues

Cpt_Kirks

Postby Cpt_Kirks » Sun Jun 04, 2006 9:13 am

I'm thinking about the FAL parts pirate uses. He modifies them, so they may be alright. But if he uses US made FAL parts there is no question.

It might be worth a few bucks more, just to make sure.

lothar

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Postby lothar » Sun Jun 04, 2006 10:05 am

Dont forget recievers welded in the good old USA, with american made products! :D later Brian!

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Postby MauserMatt » Tue Jun 13, 2006 11:40 pm

Hey Stan,

Any news on getting your Class 2?
~Matt

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Postby striker754 » Wed Jun 14, 2006 4:59 pm

Hey Stan,

Have you been getting my PMs? My parts still havent shown up. Let me know whats up

Aaron

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Postby IMBLITZVT » Mon Jul 31, 2006 1:29 pm

Hey did you get my emails?

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Postby Pirate » Sun Aug 06, 2006 8:14 pm

I have been working out of town since the middle of june. I finally got home last week and am getting caught up on all the things that have not gotten done since I went away. I apologise for the delay and any inconvienience it has caused.


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