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My first was that good my buddy had to have one! Real cost 600$ with (2) mags. 

Areo lower

aim 7.62x39 bcg nib

radical 16" 1/9 twist

mft stalk

cheap hand polished lpk. 

Buyer will install mbuis or red dot. Test fire tomorrow ð

Built in 12 days. 

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Shits x2

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She ran supurb after i mentioned it might need some oil ?

three random light primer strikes all refired , on target in 5 rnds with a 50$ reddot. Good day at the range!!

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I think I'm going to throw a Hyperfire trigger in my next x39 build. I hate getting light strikes. I already invested in a titanium x39 firing pin that's about .003 longer than a standard 5.56 pin. I'm trying to minimize

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I think I'm going to throw a Hyperfire trigger in my next x39 build. I hate getting light strikes. I already invested in a titanium x39 firing pin that's about .003 longer than a standard 5.56 pin. I'm trying to minimize

that's what's on the blue print for my build, pretty sure on the faxon page they reccomended it iirc. 

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Faxon Technical Note on 7.62x39 Caliber Kit:

  • The factory recommends a high-power hammer spring to use with the 7.62x39 kit. 
  • Many aftermarket "light" triggers will not reliably ignite 7.62x39 surplus ammunition.  
  • A spring is included and installed on XRS rifles ordered with the caliber. It is sold seperately for the upper or caliber kit only. 
  • Faxon offers a Wolff high power spring for sale. 
  • Faxon recommends HiperFire triggers with a special spring kit for an improved trigger pull. Contact HiperFire for details.

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I've quit buying special firing pins for these guns. I just use an AR firing pin, chuck it in the lathe, and cut .030 off the face that contacts the bolt. Use a tool with a small radius on the tip for this.

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1 hour ago, greggv said:

I've quit buying special firing pins for these guns. I just use an AR firing pin, chuck it in the lathe, and cut .030 off the face that contacts the bolt. Use a tool with a small radius on the tip for this.

 You could just file the tail, at the end of the bolt, and get the same clearance. 

 There are several companies that actually make their bolts with this modification already put in place. This way there’s no issue on needing a special firing pin 

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shits this rifle has been rock solid since break in.. he put a better dot on top and is definetly 1moa at 100 !!! with steel ammo.👍

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