ZfK55 parts kit

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ZfK55 parts kit

Post by ArchFluffy » Sat Nov 30, 2019 11:05 am

There are a couple different versions but they both seem to contain the same parts.
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Spare springs and things.
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The contents of that separate pouch.
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In that buttoned side pouch we have a spare bolt (not numbered) and bolt handle. See the extra rear locking lug on the bolt body
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Stored in this rail (it's double sided) are 12 sight blades. These have different heights.

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Re: ZfK55 parts kit

Post by Miller Tyme » Sat Nov 30, 2019 11:07 am

Those are a Must Arch, but so far the only one I have found local is $900.00, which is just a little to steep for me. I will wait and find one across the pond.
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Re: ZfK55 parts kit

Post by ArchFluffy » Sat Nov 30, 2019 2:40 pm

YIKE$!

Keep at your search. You can do it! :D

Just a couple things to keep in mind:

Swiss spare parts kits or armorer kits can sometimes look alike. That ZfKar plate tells us what it's for. I can't find a pic but I remember seeing a roll for a General purpose MG (I think) that looked similar from the outside.

I don't remember ever seeing a front sight adjuster for the ZfK55.

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Re: ZfK55 parts kit

Post by joseyclosey » Sat Nov 30, 2019 3:23 pm

Quality kit. :SWI:
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