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Old 07-02-2013, 06:20 AM   #141
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Old 07-02-2013, 06:49 AM   #142
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My Yugo M70AB2 built on a 1.6 mil reciever. Non chrome barrel has this thing accurate as hell. Its my one and only AK47, its also the gun that rests under my bed at night.

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My Yugo M70AB2 built on a 1.6 mil reciever. Non chrome barrel has this thing accurate as hell. Its my one and only AK47, its also the gun that rests under my bed at night.

Nice.

What grip are you running?
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:18 PM   #144
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Tapco garbage it came with along with a tapco G2 trigger it came with. Its not that bad in all reality. /wish the trigger was double hook instead of single hook.
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:34 PM   #145
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Tapco garbage it came with along with a tapco G2 trigger it came with. Its not that bad in all reality. /wish the trigger was double hook instead of single hook.
You wont gain a damn thing going with a double over a single.

I had this exact discussion with Jim Fuller at rifle dynamics.

in every example, the tolerances get stacked and the second hook gets nullified fairly quickly.

Example:

How perpendicular are the trigger group holes, to the receiver? If they are the slightest bit off, that adds slight cant. (most notable in a stamped receiver)

How precise is the grind on the sear engagement face, on the hammer? Are they perfectly parallel?

How parallel is the grind on the trigger hooks themselves?

If the world was 100% perfect, the engagement would be equal between both hooks. Since the world likes to piss on our plans, more often things arent perfect.

If the drill bit walked slightly, if the hammer face isnt parallel, if the trigger hooks arent perfectly parallel, if the holes egged slightly, if the pivot pin sleeve was drilled ever so slightly off center, ect. The 2nd hook wont make a damn bit of difference.

Its the same reason people never use adapters when attaching suppressors to weapons. the tolerances are so extremely close, that adding more tolerance to the existing tolerances, sometimes ends with a baffle strike.

In this case, you'd spend money on a double hook, and still be effectively engaging with only 1 of the hooks. the 2nd would be for show...
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Old 07-02-2013, 08:27 PM   #146
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My Yugo M70AB2 built on a 1.6 mil reciever. Non chrome barrel has this thing accurate as hell. Its my one and only AK47, its also the gun that rests under my bed at night.

Wrap that stock with paracord, sure makes the cheek feel better to touch paracord than scalding or freezing metal. Follow the link then scroll down to "make a Paracord cheek rest".

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Old 07-03-2013, 02:29 PM   #147
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Already wrapped it, this is an old picture of her. I am looking at this and realizing that I haven't shot her in a while, I think its time to fix that. I will try to get some more recent pictures of it up in a bit.
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Old 07-03-2013, 02:46 PM   #148
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Old 07-03-2013, 02:49 PM   #149
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:30 PM   #150
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im itching bad for a saiga prices are returning to normal the first one in 7.62x39 for like 399$ ill be buying it
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:07 PM   #151
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:13 PM   #152
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im itching bad for a saiga prices are returning to normal the first one in 7.62x39 for like 399$ ill be buying it
Don't know if you're interested in shipping one, but I can run up to the shop I bought my converted from and see his prices. Dec 2012 I got a converted one for $550, unconverted was either 400 or 450.
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Old 07-03-2013, 08:31 PM   #153
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where in PA is the shop??? i might be going to Philly this summer ive got my LTCF i wonder if being out of state it still exempts me from doing the instant background check??
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Old 07-03-2013, 08:47 PM   #154
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It's in Home, PA. Having a LTCF doesn't exempt you from going thru PICS (PA Instant check system) so you'd have to have it sent to a FFL near you.
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Looking at 2 AK style weapons.
Century Arms M70 AB2 Underfolder 7.62x39mm
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Century International Arms VZ2008 Sporter Rifle 7.62x39

I know the sporter uses proprietary mags, does the m70 use standard AK mags?
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Looking at 2 AK style weapons.
Century Arms M70 AB2 Underfolder 7.62x39mm
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Century International Arms VZ2008 Sporter Rifle 7.62x39

I know the sporter uses proprietary mags, does the m70 use standard AK mags?
Yes the M70 uses standard mags but the Yugo mags actually had a different type of follower that stopped the bolt from closing after the last round was fired. They then notched the safety lever to hold the bolt open so a fresh mag could be inserted. Slide the safety lever down to load a round. It is a neat bolt hold open procedure even if it is a little manual with the safety lever notch. But any AK magazine works in them. That M70 was one of the best designed AK's ever made. Check my link out;

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