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    Grand Power Stribog

    I picked one up and have efiled a form 1. Hoping it come back as fast as my last one.
    For 922 parts count, can I use a U.S. muzzle device, AR FCG, and SIG MCX stock?

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    I have a Stribog. It's a really nice firearm, especially for the money. I'd like to SBR mine, but Eagle Imports didn't bring in buttstocks. So, I just set mine up as a pistol with a brace. Looking at Eagle Imports' website, they seem to have dropped Grand Power from their website. As of last month, Global Imports is taking over as the US importer. Hopefully, they'll bring in the buttstocks.
    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...e-partnership/
    Their website also indicates that the version they're bringing in will have a non-reciprocating charging handle. Hopefully, they'll offer a kit to upgrade the previous imports.

    Here's mine:



    Here's the list of sec922 parts. I only count the 13 bolded below as being in this firearm assuming that you're attaching a buttstock. The handguard is part of the receiver and the pistol grip is part of the trigger housing, so they don't count. So, by my count (which could be wrong) only two of the existing parts need to be replaced with US made parts. If you want to attach a muzzle device, it will need to be US made unless you replace another of the listed parts. Are you sure that an AR FCG can be used? That would be too easy, but I've never heard of that.

    (1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings, or castings.
    (2) Barrels.
    (3) Barrel extensions.
    (4) Mounting blocks (trunnions).
    (5) Muzzle attachments.
    (6) Bolts.
    (7) Bolt carriers.
    (8) Operating rods.
    (9) Gas pistons.
    (10) Trigger housings.
    (11) Triggers.
    (12) Hammers.
    (13) Sears.
    (14) Disconnectors.
    (15) Buttstocks.
    (16) Pistol grips.
    (17) Forearms, handguards.
    (18) Magazine bodies.
    (19) Followers.
    (20) Floor plates.
    Last edited by Bret; 01-14-22 at 15:22.

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    Bret,

    Have you shot a Scorpion before? Can you compare the two?

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    Assuming that you're talking about the new CZ Scorpion, no I have not. It's on my list of things to do, but I just have to find someone who has one.

    On the other hand, if you're talking about the original iconic vz.61 in 32ACP (I know you're not), then I have one. It's fun to shoot, but the Stribog is a much better more modern pistol.

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    Thanks,

    Youíre right I was talking about the new one. I finally shot one and I was surprised at how heavy the bolt was. It felt almost like shooting my AR which surprised me. I was hoping to find something bigger than a .22 that still had a lower recoil than the AR for my wife.

    A GHM9 would be fun but thatís a lot of $$

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    It's been a while, so I figured that I'd post an update. I e-filed a Form 1 to SBR my Stribog. I installed a 9mm AR15 magazine adapter so that it could use US made magazines for 922(r) compliance, installed a tri-lug adapter and installed a factory buttstock.


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    I've updated the 922(r) parts count because I found an error. I thought that the bolt pictured in post #2 was one piece. It turns out there are two pieces. The bottom part (bolt) is just captured really tightly by the long top part (bold carrier). They can be separated. I discovered this while ordering a non-reciprocating charging handle from HB Industries.
    https://hbindustries.net/store/shop/...lt-conversion/
    Last edited by Bret; 01-14-22 at 15:28.

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