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Old 02-13-2006, 02:24 PM   #1
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Default PSL kit is in... have a question for Romak owners

Just picked up this kit... PB&J as well as DogPiles not included. Looks pretty nice!

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Everything appears to be there. Kit looks like it's excellent to new condition... it still had the arsenal paper stuffed in the bore. Numbers matched on the bolt, carrier, recoil spring and gas tube... trunnion and barrel had no numbers, reciever cover had a different number unfortunately. Came with a sling, cleaning kit, oiler, cleaning rod, pouch to contain it all, 4 mags.. pouch and etc.

My question is for those of you that have an up and running PSL. What the hell are these parts, and how do they go together?? (I assume they're part of the bolt stop mechanism) Where and how do they go in??

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Old 02-13-2006, 06:43 PM   #2
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That piece on the lower right, second one in sure looks like some kind of autosear.
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Old 02-14-2006, 10:43 AM   #3
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Kit looks great. Where did you find it?
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Old 02-14-2006, 02:37 PM   #4
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militarygunsupply.com carries the kits. When you subtract the overall cost of the 4 mags with the pouch I figured it was a pretty good deal. I figure kit cost + $150 for a 100% reciever minus the cost of the mags/pouch (lets say $100) that means I can build up a scopeless rifle for $510 give or take. Not bad.

Only problem is I can't see how the bolt stop mechanism works... might become more apparent as I start putting it together. I'm surprised there's nobody out there who can answer any questions... can't seem to find any info on it.
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Old 02-14-2006, 11:19 PM   #5
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One part is an auto sear and the other is the bolt stop for the mag being empty. for me to tell you about to the sear is Illegal. You have to find out on your own but you can get the bolt stop info on several sites for technical data for the schematics on how to build the gun! I will get back to you on some sites. I Dont suggest the SEAR being put anywhere on that GUN!
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Old 02-15-2006, 02:44 PM   #6
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No no... I have no interest of the installation of an autosear. I just needed to know which parts were which. I found some info from somebody else about the bolt stop and etc so it's all good.. but do post some links, cus I didn't find hardly any information about these anywhere except for Dragunov.net... and there are dam few people offering up any info.
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Old 03-07-2017, 08:58 AM   #7
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Old thread I know but I've searched about 50 pages in this sub forum and this is the only one with a good pic of the part I have a ? About. In the OP s first post third pic between the bho spring , bho retainer pin and safety sear , there is a small washer like item that I'm trying to find out where it goes ? Possibly a spacer for fcg? Any help would be appreciated as I'm down to my not so smart phone and no pc .
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Old 03-07-2017, 12:56 PM   #8
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Auto sear? PSL? I had no idea that was ever conceived. Very interesting!
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Old 03-07-2017, 02:46 PM   #9
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Not an auto sear, it's a safety sear so that the weapon cannot fire until the bolt is fully closed and locked. Unfortunately our over-wise BATFE doesn't allow the use of the safety sear in the US because it has the word "sear" in it's name.

I don't know what the washer/circular spacer is in the pic, I don't recall seeing one in any of my kits.
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I have a romanian imported romak with bolt hold open feature. Ill take pics of it and post when i get home
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Not an auto sear, it's a safety sear so that the weapon cannot fire until the bolt is fully closed and locked. Unfortunately our over-wise BATFE doesn't allow the use of the safety sear in the US because it has the word "sear" in it's name.

I don't know what the washer/circular spacer is in the pic, I don't recall seeing one in any of my kits.
Ahh, thanks Holescreek, I get it now.
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Another member had posted in one of the thousand threads I went through that the small washer like thing is actually a spacer that goes on the right side of the disco to properly space the disco in the trigger? Anyone know if that's the case or have a good pic of an original rifle? Thanks guys hate to have extra parts left over!
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Another member had posted in one of the thousand threads I went through that the small washer like thing is actually a spacer that goes on the right side of the disco to properly space the disco in the trigger? Anyone know if that's the case or have a good pic of an original rifle? Thanks guys hate to have extra parts left over!
That is exactly what it is for.
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Thanks for the help guys , im gonna stick it in tjis evening after messing with the gas tube im modifying right now.
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Ur missin the center support part of the bho i got pics but cant load them
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Old 03-15-2017, 01:06 PM   #16
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Those are another members pics I just bumped his thread as it had a good pic of the part in question. My kit was complete and is currently waiting to be test fired. I installed the entire bho with some help from holescreek.the other reviever I have has a regular type center support.
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Not an auto sear, it's a safety sear so that the weapon cannot fire until the bolt is fully closed and locked. Unfortunately our over-wise BATFE doesn't allow the use of the safety sear in the US because it has the word "sear" in it's name.

I don't know what the washer/circular spacer is in the pic, I don't recall seeing one in any of my kits.
This ^^ the washer is a spacer that goes in the trigger assembly like a shim.
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