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Old July 28, 2018, 05:53 PM   #1
jwise
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New project - MP5 clone

So I abandoned all my cognitive decision-making and (nearly) impulsively bought a MP-5 clone (CA94) in A3 rifle configuration made by Coharie Arms.



This new project has me back in the NFA world after a brief hiatus. I went on something of a spending spree prior to 41F, and haven't submitted a Form 1/4 since the new regs went into effect.

I now find myself needing to file a Form 1 to SBR the CA94, and I've purchased an Omega 9k on a Form 4.

If there's a better can I should have bought instead, please don't tell me at this point. ;-)

I put thirty rounds through it with one malfunction this afternoon.



I realized it was bone dry, and proceeded to get it good and wet. One of my favorite instructors always told me 'a wet rifle is a happy rifle.'

After some CLP was liberally applied, it ran through three thirty round mags without issue.

This is what I want to see when I retract the bolt:



All in all I am very happy to finally be the owner of one of my all-time favorite/nostalgic firearms. I can't wait to cut that stupid fake suppressor off and put the Omega 9k on via a three-lug mount!


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