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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by kurts_armory, Dec 25, 2008.

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  1. kurts_armory

    kurts_armory Member

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    ok, i can get one of these PARTS KITS. each is the same price. Which would YOU take out of the three and why? thanks




    A. no rec included... refinished wood/ metal. price does not include FCG has 150 +/- rds fired.
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    B. no rec included... Like new kit, all parts included, SAR stock set
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    C. no rec included... Like new WITH PAPER WICK in barrel, completely demilled. all parts included
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  2. kurts_armory

    kurts_armory Member

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    come on people this is a matter of opinion here... just want a little help :)
     
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    I would get "C" if all priced the same, my reason is -"Hey , it's a G thing !!!!!
     
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    I already own "C", I would get "B" if the price is noticeably less than "A". :cool:
     
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    C will require an FFL, as would A i believe.

    i vote for A. now,then get C or B to save for a rainy day :)
     
  6. JWarren

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    He said that "No Receiver" was included in any of the kits, so I assume that the pics are representative of what he gets.


    If that is the case, Go with C. I like the Rommy "G" rifles.

    Any will be fine, it just depends on what you want.


    -- John
     
  7. shotgunjoel

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    Get A, wonderful wood. I kinda like the lighter colored wood.
     
  8. hawmanai

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    B

    Without actually getting to see them in person.

    I would say B.

    A needed to be reconditioned, might have been rusty or well used.

    C, I recently got a similar Romy kit from J&G and it was not stored very well.

    Where and how much are you getting these from?

    You have to have a certain amount of US made parts and replacing the FCG and stock are the most commonly swapped.
     
  9. kurts_armory

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    if i get any of them i will probably find somenone who can bead blast it for me, and then i will put on a couple coats of alumi-hyde II
     
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    I'd lean towards C. Both B and C are Romy G's, but C has the correct lower handguard. The big plus is that it has already been demilled, which will save you a lot of work. Drilling out the old rivets can be a major pain. And the barrel has already been pressed out of the trunnion. This kit is ready to build. You just need rivets and your US compliance parts (and a receiver or flat if the one in the picture isn't included.

    "A" not including the FCG is no big deal as you'll want a US made one to count as three of your required six compliance parts.

    If they are under $275 each, get them all!
     
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    I decided to get b. thanks guys
     
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