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Asking $3,000 SHIPPED
ALL OFFERS ARE WELCOME. The worst I can do is say no :tongue:
Will consider trades but I have bills I need to pay.
Will ship or meet ftf if you're local.
Cash, Check, or USPS Money Order accepted.

Ok guy I have something you don't see very often. A nearly complete British ANM2 Kit which appear to be a very early demill. It is saw cut on both plates rear of the trunnion. This cut went through the rearward extractor cam on the left plate and is now missing. All receiver pieces are included and non of the original rivets have been tampered with minus the rear extractor cam rivets.

It is also missing the following:

Lock Frame Assembly. (Stripped Lock Frame is included.)
Barrel Extension Bolt Lock and Pin
(Both these items can be found COMPLETE on Gunbroker)

The kit includes 3 barrels. 1 appears to have been filled with weld while the other two look good and ready to shoot. It also has the pneumatic side mounted firing pin sear trip. Which I have never seen available before. It also has the external mechanism that pulls down the bolt hold open sear.

This gun is just begging to be brought back as a postie or if you're so inclined, a semi which I feel can be done by installing an AR trigger group into the stripped lock frame and extending the firing pin as well as installing a denial island.

PM me with any questions and I will get back to you as soon as possible.


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I don't think anybody will ever see a kit like this again guys. You just don't find beltfed kits with all the receiver pieces for both plates much less for a near complete Brit anm2. :thumbup:
 

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Do a three year layaway? LOL!! ;)

Very nice indeed.

Bump for you. :)
 

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Ok everybody! Sorry this took so long.

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The lot. It will include 3 barrels one of which has the chamber welded shut. The other 2 are good condition
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Includes all the feed tray components which I've never seen before this kit.
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Includes pneumatic firing pin release trip. (You can see here and the previous pic where the rivets are missing for the rear extractor cam.)
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Missing cam visible here.
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Barrel extension is missing the bolt lock block and pin.
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Stripped lock frame ready for a semi FCG.
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Combo manual/pneumatic open bolt release device.
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Backplate
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Top cover bottom.
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Top cover top.
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Bolt and extractor.
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Bolt right side.
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Bolt set up for left side firing pin sear release.
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Bolt right side with aircraft charging handle
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The greatly sought after Obi Wan Kenobi lightsaber hilt booster. This part better not wind up on a lightsaber :tongue:
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Front receiver chunk. Includes aircraft trunnion mount and funky brass band which I've only seen in Dolf's books before this kit.
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Rear receiver chunk right side. Very pretty factory rivets.
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Receiver left side shows missing rivets for rear extractor cam.

If anyone has any questions feel free to pm me. And just to clarify the only parts the kit is missing are as follows:
Rear extractor cam (+rivets)
Barrel extension bolt lock block+pin
Lock fram components.

The barrel extension and lock frame parts can be found in a couple different places online and I feel the rear extractor cam could be easily fabricated.
 

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Say, I just want to confirm, is this an open bolt design weapon? (no moving firing pin after bolt closes)
 

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Yes, the MKII fires from an open bolt. The US parts do not work as the trigger frame is pretty unique. they pop up on GB from time to time. Pic 1.jpg Pic 9.jpg Pic 8.jpg
 

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Say, I just want to confirm, is this an open bolt design weapon? (no moving firing pin after bolt closes)
It is and open bolt weapon but the firing pin is not fixed like most open bolts. There is a trip that can be set up on either left or right side plate. So when the trigger is pulled the bolt flies forward and the firing pin sear is tripped just as it closes into battery. The trip I have in this kit is pneumatic and requires air pressure to push the trip up. It can be modified so that the trip is always pushed up. There are also trips out there where you just flip a lever and it stays up. No need for an air compressor :D
 
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