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Thread: Are any of you guys using a reg sear or pack on the PTR guns? Do you like the PTR

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    Are any of you guys using a reg sear or pack on the PTR guns? Do you like the PTR

    Are any of you guys using a reg sear or pack on the PTR guns? Do you like the PTR as a host?
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    My buddy brought his PTR pistol and wanted me to put my pack in it. It sucked balls. Would not recommend. It was a K gun

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    Lots of moaning on these over at hkpro, that being said PTR32 is one of the few 7.62x39 options

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    My PTR32 sucks with sear. Sent it in to Ghillibear to try and fix it.


    The 308 12” barrel gun works good though!

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    Reasonable priced sear gun if it was a K would be the ones Atlantic Arms had made for them, they come up on Gunbroker once in a while.

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    I really like my first generation PTR 8.5" 308 pistol with a postie trigger pack. As I recall, I had to get a stock assembly and new carrier but it worked without any other modifications or tuning.
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    PTR’s quality control is all over the place. My 9C ran right out of the box with my Flemming sear pack. I sent my 32K back to PTR the day after picking up for a warranty fix. The cocking handle was almost impossible to pull back. It’s baffling how it even left the factory in that condition. It took several trips to the range, but I finally got the 32K to run in FA. It turns into a bolt action gun with a suppressor attached. It won’t cycle even in semi.

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    My PTR32K rocks with my sears, no problems at all and no complaints. Non-suppressed it is a pretty comfortable cadence and easy to keep on target. With suppressor it's a bit faster and little more jarring.

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