Zamm is going to send me a couple uncut recoil springs for my 27a1, now is that a nice guy or what.
Once I install them I'm hoping that it'll run right. At that point I'd like to sell it and buy an Uzi now that we can have folding stocks on them again. Question is, would it be better to put the gun back totally stock to sell it and sell off the replacement parts or should I sell it with them installed and throw in the stock parts with the gun? Do you think enough people would be interested in the parts that I fixed up this gun with to warrent selling them separate from the gun or not? Here's the parts that I've installed on the 27a1.
M1 style Horizontal forearm w/sling swivel
Modified mag catch to use unmodified FA mags
round 28 style cocking knob
Rear pistol grip(better contour)
M1 rear sight
All total I've got about $325 in parts plus 5 new 30 round FA mags that I've got $150 into. So what do ya'll think, would it be better to sell the above parts separate from the gun or sell it all together?
Edited by TN.Frank, 01 October 2004 - 08:12 PM.