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Old 05-17-2009, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys, I've been searching for these answers for a while all over this boards but I failed, so... does anyone knows how much would it be and who should I be in touch with to do such a job on my KP2?

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I can't find it on their website so if you can tell me how much is it... thanks!
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It will require some stock modification also. And that kp of yours seems practically mint. Id just stick with a fassst changer but thats just me.
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... from France, it would be an expensive call! I will email them, I did it a couple of times as I am already a customer.

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It will require some stock modification also. And that kp of yours seems practically mint. Id just stick with a fassst changer but thats just me.
Yes indeed, it is!
But I don't get your point, does it matter to machine a dropout on a mint KP? Never thought so... to me it's just more practical and a bit faster than a fast changer, plus it brings a kind of "bad-***" effect to me. Unless you were meaning it's a pity to machine this awesome stock.

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Ifyou want to cut up a KP stock, i have a decent shape one id rathr see you cut han yours. We could work something out
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But I don't get your point, does it matter to machine a dropout on a mint KP? Never thought so... to me it's just more practical and a bit faster than a fast changer, plus it brings a kind of "bad-***" effect to me. Unless you were meaning it's a pity to machine this awesome stock.

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most people here have a deep respect for any brass marker, especially the kp's, and since yours is like it would of been more than a decade ago, it has a higher value, so trade it to someone for one that the people on mcb wont kill you for cutting it up
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Yes I understand... To be honest I agree with you all, it would be a pity. I'm just planning to mod it for now, cause I'm broke, and wanted some prices to let this grow on me.

Funwitagun, I'm keeping you in my head. It might interest me... later. Nice nasty by the way.
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