Panaceabeachbum, did you by chance make a drawing of the necessary cuts? I can't seem to find that info anywhere... Maybe its because of the iPad, some sites aren't compatible... But that's the last thing I need to do, then test fire! Any help is appreciated! Thanks, jon
I just thinned the cocking bar up so the trigger bar would fit around it then jsut made a clearance cut large enough that the disconnector in the trigger bar wouldn't touch and could sit flush with the bar. Already rivited in place but Im doing another one this week I will try to make a sketch
Simply Amazing i started the 50 Cal CD over on m2hb.net 10+ years ago and gave it away in a reverse pyramid scheme ,i out of my pocket made 100 copies and mailed them out as requests came in with only the requirement that each recipient make two copies and mail them forward free of charge !!!
The Gen 0 was the 95` M-2 manual and the pocket size M-3 manual both came to me from members here !!
Over the years others added more until Christo`s hosted it on his site the current Gen 3 download
WOW i never knew it would become what it is today !!! If i do nothing more in my life i know i made a difference in the 50 Cal. world !! I gave it the "push" to get it started and so many contributed to expand it to what it is today !!
I should be the one Thanking You for contributing to and expanding on what i started so long ago :thumbup: !!
There was a Gen 3.11 put out by AaronHorrocks a member here and m2hb.net but he ran afoul of a copy write issue over a set of mount drawing and had to withdraw it sadly and may have had some legal problems because of it :jedicrying: .
its weird how this stuff works out, I received a copy of the zb37 disk a while back and it had about a dozen pics I had taken 12+ years ago, a couple of which my kids very first dog was in, made everyones day here
Panaceabeachbum, and is your gun a m3hb? I'm using a kmp trigger and sear on my m3. If yours is, did you have any trouble with the buffer puck hitting the trigger bar when sliding the back plate on? Mine hits pretty good, but I was able to pull the trigger bar pin, slide the trigger bar forward a little, and get it to drop on. Just wondering if this is common? Thanks, jon
So far I have put together an M2HB and a m3 and Im having the same issue with both mine, I can pull the backplate with the trigger pin in place but I have to pull the trigger bar pin to assemble or the buffer hits the end of the bar.
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