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    New guy here, Navy trigger housing question.

    I have rather small hands and the navy (plastic) housings seem to be a much better fit for my hand. So what would it take to put one on my Century Cetme? Could I just drop my trigger group in and put the longer safety in? and what exactly are some places referring to when they say its clipped? Thanks in advance.

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    OK guys, should have searched longer, I found out what clipped and pinned is and Im certain I can handle this job with a dremmel and a few minutes. So I guess my only real question is will my current semi auto trigger group drop right in to the navy housing?

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    Yes and No. The trigger pack that you have is a CETME and it will fit in the housing, but the Navy style lower requires a longer safety lever because of the thickness of the housing. The safety levers will not interchange. You should go to an Hk FCG with the Navy safety lever. I would recommend looking to one of our members here by the name of Turbothis. He manufactures a replacement cage, hammer and trigger for the Hk FCG that works great and gives you a whole handful of 3 compliance parts, and they really work slick in the Navy lowers.
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    Here's a link to the post about the Hk cages....


    http://www.militaryfirearm.com/Forum...highlight=cage
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    thanks for the reply! And man what a beautiful piece or work that FCG is. Unfortunately I cant afford it right now and have to do this on the cheap. Im really hoping this navy grip will help with the comfort of the rifle. Right now the webbing of my hand get sore just holding it. (part of that is no doubt the crappy century grip) next will be the uncomfortable and rediculous cheap butt stock. But hell i knew It would be a project of sorts when I got it. Still $500 for the rifle with railed scope mount, 6 mags, bayonet, 80 rounds, and 2 mag pouches seemed like a good deal to me.

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    Look at the grips jdowney makes. They are wood and easily customized.

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