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    Anyone know of a source for a MK760 sear?

    I've been looking online and I've found a lot of MK760 parts but can't find a replacement sear.

    Does anyone know where I can get one?

    Thanks!

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    No one is currently making sears. I will be but that will be in the future. Bolts are the next thing on my list to get made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truchaos View Post
    I've been looking online and I've found a lot of MK760 parts but can't find a replacement sear.

    Does anyone know where I can get one?

    Thanks!
    You have actually found a lot of MK760 parts? Seriously???? LOL.

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    I had a badly damaged one repaired by M60joe. He might be able to make you one. m60joe.com

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    M60joe reprofiled and re-hardened my sear when he rebuilt my fire control group.

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    Can anyone advise what the B.A.T.F and Es stance is on individuals (without holding an SOT or manufacturing license) for producing MACHINEGUN parts Lawfully? I have two new and unused sears (NOT FOR SALE - DON'T waste your time inquiring). However, I have a machinist the does have a 3D printer and has the ability, means and molding tools for producing same. The idea is to print the sears I have and injection mold same. Again, what is Lawful and reasonable in the eyes of the B.A.T.F and E. need be determined prior to starting such a project.

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    Would a cast sear be strong enough?

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