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    Default Front Range HK MP5 Gunsmith?

    Suggest a HK MP5 gunsmith. Looking to get a MP5 receiver flat rolled/welded....

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    They need to be a SOT 7 / mfg. Not something any ffl or smith can do, since they will be mfg it for you. Just watch some vids, browse the HK and other 80% forums and DIY.
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    I'm aware they would need SOT 7/mfg and I'm willing to pay, want it done right.

    Don't know anything about this guy. Called and e-mailed, no reply.

    http://www.ironridgeguns.com/specialty-welding/

    Hoping there was someone else on the front range who could do the work.

    Can't find anyone local, will send my stuff to Jeff at Parabellum Combat Systems in Oklahoma.

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    Stay away from Iron Ridge aka IRA. I can dish you the dirt if you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by offgrid View Post
    I'm aware they would need SOT 7/mfg and I'm willing to pay, want it done right.

    Don't know anything about this guy. Called and e-mailed, no reply.

    http://www.ironridgeguns.com/specialty-welding/

    Hoping there was someone else on the front range who could do the work.

    Can't find anyone local, will send my stuff to Jeff at Parabellum Combat Systems in Oklahoma.
    Quote Originally Posted by Delfuego View Post
    Stay away from Iron Ridge aka IRA. I can dish you the dirt if you want.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Great-Kazoo View Post
    They need to be a SOT 7 / mfg. Not something any ffl or smith can do, since they will be mfg it for you. Just watch some vids, browse the HK and other 80% forums and DIY.
    No SOT is needed unless they're building it into an SBR or other NFA firearms.

    A regular Title 1 firearm only requires the manufacturer FFL (Type 07). Class 2 SOT on top of the FFL 07 is only needed for manufacturing NFA firearms.
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