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    Quote Originally Posted by paco View Post
    FN has got at least 5 different boltvariants around...



    Is there one or two that would be common on the guns that were imported to the USA?

    Do you have a break down of the bolts above? Like production date?

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    The long one left is a 1976 prototype FNC. This FNC has a AK47 like hammer and hammerspring, no push spring

    Second is a preseries serial lower as 100 perhaps 1979

    3&4 are ABL 1986 military bolts. One is a replacement. Double extractorpin type with straight extrator spring guide and one new extrator springguide.

    The right one is FNC sporter, will be 82 or so. (single extractorpin)

    Paco

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco View Post
    The long one left is a 1976 prototype FNC. This FNC has a AK47 like hammer and hammerspring, no push spring

    Second is a preseries serial lower as 100 perhaps 1979

    3&4 are ABL 1986 military bolts. One is a replacement. Double extractorpin type with straight extrator spring guide and one new extrator springguide.

    The right one is FNC sporter, will be 82 or so. (single extractorpin)

    Paco
    So, the one on the right would be the most common for USA imported guns?

    I have two bolts, I'll check how close they are on dimensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icer View Post
    geavlaw---
    Do you have a link to, or the specs for, that hex head threaded screw you found at newegg.com? I'm looking to pick up a couple and have my gunsmith/machinist do the mod.
    Thanks!
    Icer:

    Here you go:

    M4 x 10mm

    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...0707-_-Product

    This is the tiny set screw used in a lot of the conversions, therefore there should be no modifications required to the gas block.

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geavlaw View Post
    Icer:

    Here you go:

    M4 x 10mm

    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...0707-_-Product

    This is the tiny set screw used in a lot of the conversions, therefore there should be no modifications required to the gas block.

    Enjoy!
    geavlaw,
    Thank you very much!
    I'll track some down and have my gunsmith get to work.

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