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  • ducksps

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    Mar 3, 2008
    Austin, Houston
    I am thinking of selling or converting my pushpin MP5 for/or to an mp5-pdw. The other route would be a sear that I could move between hosts.

    My current transferable MP5 is PERFECT after being redone by RDTS.

    Major work on a good gun always scares me and this would be major.

    What are ya'lls thoughts on the MP5 vs PDW debate or the advantages/disadvantages of a sear? I already have several sear host which makes this attractive but a pushpin gun is pure with the ability to use any trigger pack.

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    Feb 29, 2008
    North Texas
    Im not a fan of the PDW, just not my cup of tea.

    Personally, since you have a bunch of host guns. Id go the sear route and move trigger pack gun to gun. It'd make the others at least more fun. I'll probably goe the sear route, but only keep it in MP5 setup.


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    Mar 5, 2008
    Fort Worth
    I really like my PDW. It is TINY!! That being said, I am going to add a full size to the collection very soon. If I had an RR, I do not think that I would be very willing to part with it.
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