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Escort MP5A5 Help


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So I have somehow acquired an old Escort MP5. I dont really remember where I bought it from, nor how many years its sat with me, but regardless its old. If you dont know what that is, its basically the precursor to the Daytona system. However if you didn't know that then this post is likely not for you. Now, my issue is it came to me in a non-firing state. It wouldn't feed. It then apparently got messed with by some kid siblings while I was away at uni for a few years, and made the trip to my current location in pieces. Internally I believe everything is still there; its odd things like the handguard pin thats missing. I can deal with that; however Im slowly working through my backlog of projects and I was thinking about trying to get it back up and running. I will be cross-posting this on a few old gun Discords and forums to try to gather as much info about the Escort system as a whole, and of the MP5 in particular. If you have any knowledge of these systems, resources, parts, etc I would greatly appriciate any help I can get. Due to the rarity of these guns I expect this post will be around for awhile; feel free to necro it should you have any info.

 

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That's a rare one! They are still made to order on impulse101 's website by the looks of it.

It might be worth contacting them and asking about spare parts?

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3 hours ago, sjhirst said:

That's a rare one! They are still made to order on impulse101 's website by the looks of it.

It might be worth contacting them and asking about spare parts?

Oooh very interesting. Might be an angle to approach from. Im not actually sure any parts (at least, not easily-replaceable externals like pins or handguards) are missing; its more "where does this spring go? How deep does the feed tube screw in? Does this part look damaged?" sorta questions I expect to have.

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