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Who has an AK (and variants)?

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by GWinstead, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. 95 taco

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    yep,it's a AK bullet button, makes it impossible to release the mag without a tool, they're about become illegal (if the law passes) and all semi-auto rifles with detachable mags will be banned.
     
  2. sooner07

    sooner07 1/2 man 1/2 amazing

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    Are the stamped sheet metal plates that are not yet broken over to form the receiver similar to the 80% AR lowers, where as there is no serial number and no FFL requirement? I'm interested in building a few, but was curious if they are a simple order or if I might as well wait for my FFL paperwork to come back.
     
  3. 95 taco

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    simple answer, yes, a very easy order.
    yes they are, they're called flats, i believe most of them have the holes already made in them and all you do is bend them, install a trunion, and weld the bolt rails in.
    There are also 80% blanks, pre bent (some are milled), no holes, and you have to weld in the rails, not sure about trunions on the blanks.
     
  4. Rmodel65

    Rmodel65 Yukon Cornelius

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    a trigger guard to basically make it a bullet button mag release??
     
  5. blackhawke88

    blackhawke88 wo ai ni bao bei ^_^

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    from what Ive read, the flats are way better than the pre-bent receivers. They are only around $30 each on ak-builder. You need a lot of special jigs and tools to build them so your best bet is finding a build party unless you are willing to invest $500+ on equipment and jigs.
     
  6. 95 taco

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    yep
    it's a basically a cage that gets mounted on the trigger guard that's open on the top, and has a opening on the bottom small enough that you cannot use your finger to release it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqYPgLoj1V8
     
  7. WhatThePho?

    WhatThePho? Greg Graffin 2016

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    Other than kvar where else can I find a skeleton/triangle stock for the ak. Polymer or steel doesn't matter. Prefer non folding. Looking for sub 100 price range.
     
  8. Polymerhead

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    You can buy a receiver block from ACE and then attach any of their skeleton stocks without the folding mechanism if you want. Just over $100 for the block and stock but hell for stout.

    http://riflestocks.com/store/product63.html
     
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    It would look a lot like mine but it wouldn't fold.
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    pittim Play stupid games, win stupid prizes

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    If you go to Carolina they have a few options. I like the DPH the best, but the raptor seems interesting.
     
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    This. And mine from them folds to the left.
     
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    Nice!!
     
  14. StZu

    StZu Where the White Women At?

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    I would advise against the polymer skeleton stock. For some reason you need some weight back there. I tried it and hated it. I sold the polymer skeleton stock about 2 days after I received it.
     
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    What sling would you guys recommend? I'm just looking for something cheap and reliable.
     
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    blackhawke88 wo ai ni bao bei ^_^

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    I use the Magpul MS3 sling on mine. 1 or 2 point on the fly
     
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    WhatThePho? Greg Graffin 2016

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    TRIAD Powderworks Powder Coater/ Dirt Thrower

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    Here is my Polish Underfolder.. I love this thing... Shoots great, and never has an issue!

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  19. StZu

    StZu Where the White Women At?

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    Just use the AK issue sling. You can usually find these for 10.00
    Try Apex.com these guys are the stuff for your AK needs.
     
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    TRIAD Powderworks Powder Coater/ Dirt Thrower

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    Its actually apexgunparts.com

    Drew
     
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