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    Default STEN MKIII kits NOW $60 at APEX Gun Parts

    Sten MKIII 9mm Parts Kit $60.00

    We just lowered the price on these...

    Original Sten MKIII parts kit. These are complete minus the barrel and receiver tube. The trigger group tabs are intact like they are supposed to be for a semi-auto conversion. These were originally 9MM guns but can be built in 7.62X25 with the proper additional parts.

    https://www.apexgunparts.com/product_info.php/cPath/51/products_id/1435

    These and many other kits/parts are available for sale on our web site.

    APEX Gun Parts
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    P.O. Box 144
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    Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm MT.
    www.apexgunparts.com

    Sten MKIII 9mm Parts Kit $60.00

    Sten MKIII 9mm Parts Kit $60.00
    Last edited by apexgunparts; 08-03-2010 at 09:16 PM.
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    ...now I need the Sten MKII kits to go on sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by dapenko View Post
    ...now I need the Sten MKII kits to go on sale
    Unfortunately the STEN MKII's have sold so well that we don't have enough left to run a sale on them!
    With the rate the STEN MKIII's are going out the door they won't last too long either.
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    Where to get the barrel and receiver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grazza74 View Post
    Where to get the barrel and receiver?
    You could start by looking here::

    http://www.stenparts.com/

    I have been told that "Royal Tiger Imports" has original MKIII barrels.

    Wise Lite Arms had a great STEN MKIII tube they were selling.
    They sold a good number of them at the last "Knob Creek"..

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    These MKIII Sten kits are selling well!
    My thanks to all who have bought them.

    If you want one of the sten MKIII tubes WLA sells you need to call their office::
    940-433-8013
    to make a purchase.
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    Is it possible to use Sten MKIII parts, a Sten MKII tube, and barrel, and make a semi?
    Happiness is a warm barrel, plenty of ammo, and the smell of gunpowder in the air!

    "Keep your powder dry!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYGun View Post
    Is it possible to use Sten MKIII parts, a Sten MKII tube, and barrel, and make a semi?
    That sure sounds like a interesting build.
    I too would like to know the answer to that question.
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    I think it has already been done on the old Sten board, possibly on the weaponeer forum too.

    As I recall, you need the Mk2 trunion/magazine well/ejector for the barrel to screw into plus the barrel, and then you have to cut the tube to the Mk2 semi specs. All you're using is the Mk3 trigger housing/stock. If you want to use the Mk3 mag well, then you'll be in new territory :D

    -Dave

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