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Posted: 10/26/2010 12:43:02 PM EDT
This may be a dumb question but will the registered, transferable HK sear work with the UMP 45 or the USC 45? Or is that EXACTLY why I've never seen or heard of anybody with one?
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 12:58:57 PM EDT
I've personally never seen a registered HK sear that was registered in .45 - they're generally registered in 9mm, .223, and .308.



That's not even counting the fact that I have *no idea* whether or not the registered sear would even fit in an HK UMP.
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 2:41:00 PM EDT



Originally Posted By 400161:


This may be a dumb question but will the registered, transferable HK sear work with the UMP 45 or the USC 45? Or is that EXACTLY why I've never seen or heard of anybody with one?


No, completely different lowers.



 
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 2:42:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/26/2010 2:43:28 PM EDT by RenegadeX]





Originally Posted By andrasik:



I've personally never seen a registered HK sear that was registered in .45 - they're generally registered in 9mm, .223, and .308.








Calibers do not matter. Proper caliber for a sear is N/A, since it is not a complete firearm. If someone puts a caliber on it, fine, but it does not matter.





 
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 2:55:52 PM EDT



Originally Posted By RenegadeX:





Originally Posted By andrasik:

I've personally never seen a registered HK sear that was registered in .45 - they're generally registered in 9mm, .223, and .308.





Calibers do not matter. Proper caliber for a sear is N/A, since it is not a complete firearm. If someone puts a caliber on it, fine, but it does not matter.

 


Interesting.  Why are all HK sears shown as "Registered in x,x,x caliber"?



 
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 3:15:35 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/26/2010 3:16:23 PM EDT by RenegadeX]





Originally Posted By andrasik:
Originally Posted By RenegadeX:
Originally Posted By andrasik:


I've personally never seen a registered HK sear that was registered in .45 - they're generally registered in 9mm, .223, and .308.








Calibers do not matter. Proper caliber for a sear is N/A, since it is not a complete firearm. If someone puts a caliber on it, fine, but it does not matter.


 



Interesting.  Why are all HK sears shown as "Registered in x,x,x caliber"?


 



Some folks got away with putting 3 calibers on their forms and now they are trying to fool people into thinking it is worth more. Imagine someone trying to do the same thing for an RDIAS- "Registered in 87+ calibers"


 
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 4:10:16 PM EDT



Originally Posted By RenegadeX:





Originally Posted By andrasik:




Originally Posted By RenegadeX:




Originally Posted By andrasik:

I've personally never seen a registered HK sear that was registered in .45 - they're generally registered in 9mm, .223, and .308.





Calibers do not matter. Proper caliber for a sear is N/A, since it is not a complete firearm. If someone puts a caliber on it, fine, but it does not matter.

 


Interesting.  Why are all HK sears shown as "Registered in x,x,x caliber"?

 


Some folks got away with putting 3 calibers on their forms and now they are trying to fool people into thinking it is worth more. Imagine someone trying to do the same thing for an RDIAS- "Registered in 87+ calibers"  


Ah, ok.  That makes sense.  Thanks for the explanation!



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