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These HK G3 Steel Lower Receivers are taken from HK G3 rifles that were surplused by the German army. Prior to being surplused each steel lower had the trigger packs removed making this G3 steel lower ideal for semi-auto conversion. With the proper semi-auto conversion, you can easily install your existing semi-auto trigger pack into this lower frame giving your HK G3 style rifle a more military look and feel.
|Gun Model||HK 91, HK G3, PTR91|
|Manufacture Status||Original Item|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
As always very happy with my order from keepshooting.com.trigger housing in great shape.will be ordering more g3 build parts soon.hope they come across some push pins and cocking tubes.thanks again!
The one I received was in perfect condition like it had just been made. Not a scratch on the metal nor not one bit of wear. The included grip was def used but I didn't need it anyway as I already had a new one. You can't go wrong at this price for this quality.
Great alternative to the pricey trigger housings already clipped and pinned. I did some research and figured out how to do it and after a few hours I had it installed on my PTR and love the look. I only wish you could choose the hand grip color, as well as wishing my ptr came with the metal trigger housing like they do now instead of the poly. This is not new but mine was in good shape for the price I am happy and going to order a few more
Lower arrived clean and in good over all condition with a near perfect OD green grip, metal finish was worn as shown in the picture, its is a great buy.
Don't expect a new housing. I was happy with the price and quality. It was clear the housing I got was carried a lot and shot a little. I couldn't find much carbon in the lower. I bought this for a GI PTR that is going to get a retro treatment to look like an early G3.
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Ok so I got this for my PTR 91. When it arrived it was in great shape. I watched a few videos off the internet and got a good idea of what to do. It takes time to get it to fit I started with a grinder then finished with a hand file. Do not over do it when grinding. I actually used calipers to make sure I filed each side evenly. After a few hours of TAKING MY TIME. it popped right into place.
Purchased Ptr 91 with poly lower and figured for the price I could convert it over if I had problems with the poly. Great product hard to beat the price. Thanks
The one I received had the normal finish wear you would expect from a surplus used rifle part. Grip was in pretty good shape. Grip screw was boogered up a bit and was missing the lock washer but it in no way detracts from the overall lower.
I bought this lower for a PTR91, because other sites have similar items for upwards of $70, I though I would try to make it fit and save money. I was able to make this steel lower work with my PTR91 G.I. model, with about 3 hours of work. I had to saw the pin holes off completely to allow the lower to attach to the mag well area of the upper as they are too narrow, plus add a bit of metal (no welding) to secure a tight fit with the upper once attached. Nothing impossible but do not expect a simple drop in replacement with PTR91. The sawed off pin holes do not detract too much from the aesthetics of the rifle, if you care about such things.