;) SA stock set with heavy buffer.

Discussion in 'CETME' started by MJ11, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. MJ11

    MJ11 G&G Enthusiast

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  2. Nice, I like that Buttstock ...if you can check this out, if you can't read it is a guy named Bladeworks on militaryfirearm.com Militaryfirearm
     

  3. MJ11

    MJ11 G&G Enthusiast

    Almost to pretty to shoot. Was that a lazer cut design on the wood?

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  4. Yeah that is what some of my friends said when I showed them...but I say no such thing..I am not much for safe queens and wallhangers, but blade is very talented and I am sure he will shoot that, he works with lasers a lot.
     
  5. MJ11

    MJ11 G&G Enthusiast

    No safe queens here.

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  6. Very very nice..
    How do they shoot...isn't that a GSG on the bottom? did you build it?
     
  7. MJ11

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  8. Brandhard

    Brandhard G&G Evangelist

    Hey MJ, how does that claw type scope mount work? You happy with it?
     
  9. MJ11

    MJ11 G&G Enthusiast

    Works just fine for the last 24 years. It was kind of rare back then I had o get it from a guy named Tor in Germany.

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  10. Brandhard

    Brandhard G&G Evangelist

    Cool... I've been thinking about a Cetme, but I'd want to be able to put optics on it, and I've always wondered how well those claws held.
     
  11. MJ11

    MJ11 G&G Enthusiast

    Wait the CETME is a whole nuther monster. The receivers don't take on the same shape as the HK factory rifles and I read about people having fits fitting original HK accessories. I don't have a USA made receiver. My rifles are all German made. I thought I said that on #7.

    Once you zero at 200 yards and set the range drum to 2 you can change it from 2 to 5 and it tracks the same. The problem I have is remembering to turn it back to 2 from 3 or 5. And over 200y I use the 168g SMK only.
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  12. Rodax

    Rodax G&G Newbie

    Cetme

    CETME owners often struggle with mounting optics in a solid fashion. The claw mount is the best but may still slide forward until it stops against the ejection port as mine did. I didn't want ejected cases flying into my mount or scope so I put down a single weld bead the size of a pencil eraser on the receiver. The claw mount has nowhere to slide now.
     
  13. MJ11

    MJ11 G&G Enthusiast

    You can see the dual stage buffer.

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  14. Fun stuff MJ ...sure wish I could afford to play that way...
     
  15. I did finally find a reasonable supplier for wood G3 style butts with backing plate installed so I have two on the way ...so that is a total of six for me now..
     
  16. jason1965

    jason1965 mil-surp collector Forum Contributor

    I think I'm in love.:veryhappy:
     
  17. jason1965

    jason1965 mil-surp collector Forum Contributor

    I had a CETME,and it was the most miserable thing to mount a scope on.I paid $125 for a mount for it,only to find out that the claw parts on the mount would not grab and hold on at all.Every time that I tightened it back down,it would just keep sliding forward under recoil.
    I ended up selling the rifle and still have the mount.
    The mount will work great on a PTR or an H&K.I would gladly give it away to anybody that wants it.PM me and let me know where to ship it to.
    Jason M