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BulletCushion

Just paid for a new GSG522pk

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Paid for yesterday and picked up today.  >:D

I wonder why they don't make all the receivers on the other models of the 522 out of metal like on the 522pk. What a difference in feel.

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Now I just gotta get a few goodies for it like clawmounted reflex sight and maybe a railed foregrip. Also gonna do the standard mods as per Kilibreaux's super awesome easy to follow posts in the mods section. :thumb:

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The PK is NICE...ultra short barrel which is really IDEAL for subsonic ammo!  The PK lacks threading inside the sight base which means you're looking at direct threading onto the .473" barrel, but any machinist worth his salt can easily turn out an adapter (assuming you haven't found one) that will screw onto the factory barrel and take a 1/2x28 thread sup unit.

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I'm actually thinking of payin the $200 stamp and goin SBR on it. The adjustable stock from its big brother fits nicely. (only test fit, so ATF please don't knock my door down plz)

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MY recommendation - for what it's worth, is to leave it in pistol configuration with a small "tension strap" added so you can "mount" the gun like a rifle and push forward against tension to gain stabilization for shooting.  Basically leave it alone as a pistol and learn to use sling tension as a sort of improvised stock.

This costs you NOTHING....and IF the SEHTF you can mount a full size, fixed stock with your PK front end and be ready to go....though a PK front end DEMANDS you also have a suppressor solution sitting on the shelf somewhere.

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I owned a KelTek PLR16 that I used with a single point sling to form a tension buttstock.

It worked very well, almost approaching rifle like accuracy.

And since you're pushing forward recoil is mitigated.

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