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    Drum fed SG-43

    No longer have access to the original thread .. so this is more a recap with pics ..

    SG43 kit , using a SGMT wedge , and a Dp28 pan drum

    I do barrel repairs and i use their gun to test fire every barrel ..

    This was with my FCG v1 . I will have a build with the new smaller FCG v2 coming soon ...

    so some fcg pics first

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    http://www.wildhorsemfg.com barrels and parts for the , pps-43 , kp-44 , SG-43 , skorp and more to come ...

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    http://www.wildhorsemfg.com barrels and parts for the , pps-43 , kp-44 , SG-43 , skorp and more to come ...

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    http://www.wildhorsemfg.com barrels and parts for the , pps-43 , kp-44 , SG-43 , skorp and more to come ...

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    The blocking bar is wended into the slot that is provided for the feed paw , welded on both sides it would be impossible to remove ,,

    only other modifications needed for the drum was a small feed-ramp cut in the barrel , and a way to hold the drum onto the receiver .







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    http://www.wildhorsemfg.com barrels and parts for the , pps-43 , kp-44 , SG-43 , skorp and more to come ...

    I was montanagunrunner....

    "Peace is that glorious moment in history when everyone stands around reloading ..... " Thomas Jefferson

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    Last edited by wildhorsemfg; 01-30-2014 at 11:01 AM.
    http://www.wildhorsemfg.com barrels and parts for the , pps-43 , kp-44 , SG-43 , skorp and more to come ...

    I was montanagunrunner....

    "Peace is that glorious moment in history when everyone stands around reloading ..... " Thomas Jefferson

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    Glad to see you post this here Cody!

    Another amazing build with a whole lot of creativity involved!

    Welding them back together is just bodywork...making in them unique is what makes them awesome!

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    I got thrown off track with that pan drum on the top! My eyes kept going from the pan to the spade grips and back again. Makes me want to pull my DP28 kit up to the top of the pile.

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    Love the build. I would love to build a gun with a pan, like a DP, or Lewis. Great job.

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    You guys truly amaze me. Is there anything you all can't build from next to nothing with a little spit and welding?
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    That is fantastic and it looks just like it came from a Soviet armory
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