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    Possible Run of S&W76 / MK70 SMG Bolts.

    I am starting to work on the 76/760 SMG bolts. It will be a while before I get production started but I would like to get an idea of interest before I put too much time into this project. The bolts will be in the $1000-$1200 range. If you are interested in a bolt please respond to this post so I can see if there is enough interest. Thank you.
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    I am interested but hoping it doesn't end up like my previous orders. SW76 barrel back ordered from December and recent Order #5915 (April 28, 2020) not fulfilled with no email explaining why.

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    I would be interested in a bolt for my Smith and Wesson M76. I don’t shoot the 76 much so I will probably never break my bolt, but I’d rather have a spare I don’t need than 10 years from now break a bolt and regret not buying one when they were available. In the future these will be the good old days

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    I would for a Smith bolt, but the proposed price is very high. I have a NOS Mk760 FA bolt in wrapper that does not fit my Smith gun properly (despite popular belief that MK parts interchange). I'm using it now as a door stop.

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    The proposed price is too high. Probably cheaper for existing owners to get their bolts repaired should anything happen

    Brand new tungsten CFW bolts retail for $750.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheColtCollector View Post
    The proposed price is too high. Probably cheaper for existing owners to get their bolts repaired should anything happen

    Brand new tungsten CFW bolts retail for $750.
    I did not know CFW made tungsten bolts for the S&W76 / MK760. If he is making bolts there is no point in me making them too. Thanks for the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehunt View Post
    I am interested but hoping it doesn't end up like my previous orders. SW76 barrel back ordered from December and recent Order #5915 (April 28, 2020) not fulfilled with no email explaining why.
    Our system sends out automatic emails when an order is placed when items are out of stock. Check your spam folder. I will check our system and make sure one of the updates didn't screw up the automatic emails. I am currently waiting on barrel blanks from my supplier. When I receive them and I dont know when that will be, I will start a run of barrels. The other 76 parts that are on backorder from your order I hope to start this month.
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    Only email I received was the order confirmation one. Everything I ordered showed in stock on website and then out of stock once the order was made. Sorry to clog this thread up. I've tried emailing you with no response before and see you respond on here.

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    Where are cf-w sw m76 bolts available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehunt View Post
    Only email I received was the order confirmation one. Everything I ordered showed in stock on website and then out of stock once the order was made. Sorry to clog this thread up. I've tried emailing you with no response before and see you respond on here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehunt View Post


    Where are cf-w sw m76 bolts available?
    I’m referring to the fact that a tungsten blow back bolt exists through this forum (for a different gun) for a whole lot less. His proposed bolt Is not that different or more complicated than a m11/9 bolt. To me a steel bolt shouldn’t cost that much for a S&W76, but that’s just my opinion
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    God forbid someone steps up to the plate and machines a impossible to obtain part for a small group of people...and expect to make any money doing it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Labanaktis View Post
    God forbid someone steps up to the plate and machines a impossible to obtain part for a small group of people...and expect to make any money doing it...

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    Amen brother

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    If/when mine breaks, I will be interested inone.

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    $1.2k is a little pricey but I'd be in for one.

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    Hello, I Have a mk760 that runs pretty good. Would you be willing to sell it? Where did it come from? Ken Pierce

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    Hello, Richard I would really like you to make me a bolt for my mk760. It runs pretty good . I only probably shoot it once a year at a fa event with friends. But if something happens to the one I got I am stuck. I love my mk760 and should probably buy another one. would really like a fruithurst with a painted finish. I appreciate your work. Kenny Pierce

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    I’m in for a curved transition mk760 bolt.

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    I'm interested in a replacement mk 760 bolt

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    I'm interested in a replacement SW76 bolt. Mine is the burgess SW76.

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