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  • AR FCG machinist drawings?

    Anybody have machinist drawings they could share of the AR fire contol group?

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    Re: AR FCG machinist drawings?

    About 1/3 of the way down.

    http://personnellement.net/ar-15-drawings-pdf-1.html

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    • #3
      Re: AR FCG machinist drawings?

      It looks like a good resource. Unfortunately, there are no dimensioned drawings for the home builder/ Do-it-yourselfer.

      There are a lot of drawings floating around for the Lower Reciever and even a couple for the Upper. There are directions for making Barrels & Bolt Carriers. But when it comes to the internal parts the only thing that comes close is Bill Holmes book on the 9mm AR. I'm not too sure his FCG would work in an AR Lower and besides that it looks like it is only for full auto fire.

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        Re: AR FCG machinist drawings?

        Original South African vests are hard to find but a few knockoffs are on the market, however quality on those varies greatly, some better than original and others are outright garbage. Oddly enough the worst is a German made variant, apparently just for their surplus store market. The original South African vests don't look very military so you can get away with wearing one in places where people would think that paramilitary garb is uncool.

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        • #5
          Re: AR FCG machinist drawings?

          Why would South African vests have anything to do with AR machinist drawings from a thread that is over a year old?

          Or are you just testing the waters for future spam?
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          • #6
            Re: AR FCG machinist drawings?

            These pics are from AR15.COM























            Last edited by Lasergunner; February 25, 2013, 10:59.

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            • #7
              Re: AR FCG machinist drawings?

              Anyone else notice the AR7 FCG's similarity to that of the AR15?



              Both trigger and hammer can be made from flat or laminations with minimal file work. The holes can be located as per the AR15 dimensions and the components scaled appropiately. The AR7 trigger is particularly appealing because the trigger/disconnector are one unit; no complex machining, assembly, or fitting. The selector may need a larger cam to "safe" the trigger and the back end of the trigger may need to be lengthened. Also there is only one operating spring to make.
              Last edited by Lasergunner; April 3, 2013, 09:35.

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