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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    To add more confusion there are the Vector Arms rifles built with a hodge podge of G-Tech's leftover Type III parts. Each one is unique. I have two of them complete with Vector Arms/Gordon Tech/Arsenal Bulgaria marked recievers.

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    During my info search, I do actually remember reading something about Vector doing some SLR-100 builds, but I couldn't find enough data to feel comfortable mentioning it. So thanks for doing so.
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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    Concerning importers, I have an SA-93 imported by Sentinel Arms (Detroit, MI).

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    Interesting, I've never seen a Sentinel import.

    I will photo my SA later this week, have to remove the sling to get the import marks as I also put the sling swivel in. Actually, InRange C2 debanned it.

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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    Quote Originally Posted by Trueno
    Concerning importers, I have an SA-93 imported by Sentinel Arms (Detroit, MI).

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    Wow, another importer. Thank you for letting us know. I will update the thread. If you have time to snap a photo of the engraving, please post it.
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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    I have a pic but can't upload to my PB account for some reason. Be happy to email it to someone.

    akparts AT sbcglobal.net

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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)



    Booyah

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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    Quote Originally Posted by CumbiaDude
    http://i949.photobucket.com/albums/ad338/CumbiaDude/Album/sa93_507.jpg

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    thanks for the help!

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    No prob, dude

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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    My Dunav pics are obscured since I have a sling loop installed, but I found this:


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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    To add to the confusion on the SLR-100H, I have one imported by Intrac, Knox, Tennessee and it was built up with Norinco MAK-90 parts. Hooded front sight, gas block and gas tube, heavy Norinco barrel, and Norinco double hook fire control group.

    I have heard of a couple of other SLR-100H built up with MAK-90 parts, but haven't been able to verify how many, or who actually put them together.

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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    Thanks for the great information guide

    Can anyone address why my SLR-96 looks like the 93 pic? It has the heavy barrel and 45 degree gas block.
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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    Quote Originally Posted by Deros
    Can anyone address why my SLR-96 looks like the 93 pic? It has the heavy barrel and 45 degree gas block.
    Are you the original 1st owner? Got any pics?
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    Re: Bulgarian Milled Imports (Resource Guide)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tactical_T
    Quote Originally Posted by Deros
    Can anyone address why my SLR-96 looks like the 93 pic? It has the heavy barrel and 45 degree gas block.
    Are you the original 1st owner? Got any pics?
    I bought it used but with the original wood furniture in ban compliant condition. I've since had it debanned.
    Can't do pics right now. It waas imported by DIC and is marked as a 96.
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