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The good news:
Firstly, you do indeed get all the parts shown in the Sarco listing. I was at a loss to find even some of the tiny retaining pins missing from this kit. The included barrel does appear to have a good bore on it, I still need to deep clean mine to get all the grease out but I didn't see any obvious problems with it after putting a few patches through the bore. Also, the receiver is cut as seen in the Sarco photo. I do believe this receiver can be rebuilt as the amount of material removed is not excessive. The end section may be a bit of a challenge since they cut through the locking pin holes, but the locking recess and barrel trunion are intact, although the barrel locking collar recess will need a bit of work. Also, none of the major markings on the receiver I received have been touched.
The Bad News:
For those who are looking for an all matching gun, do not buy this kit. The receiver parts are matching, but the rest of this kit is a mix-master from various marks of Bren and in varying conditions. I received, a receiver Mk3, a Barrel Mk2 with Mk1 carry handle, charging handle Mk1, Bipod Mk1 just from what I can discern. However, since all I wanted was a fun range toy if this ever gets off the ground, this does not bother me all that much. I will say that all the parts except the bolt and bolt carrier have a heavy layer of preservative grease and a lot of the parts have surface rust on them. If you are willing to spend some time boiling and carding, this should not be impossible to remedy though.