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AK Pistol Pictures

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by wyocarp, Oct 26, 2008.

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  1. wyocarp

    wyocarp Member

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    My son got me interested in Ak's a while back and I am curious what other pistols are set up like. Here is a picture of one I recently set up.

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    wait dont tell me SIA, special intrest arms?
     
  3. CBS220

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    Nice!

    Going to put a VFG on that monster?
     
  4. wyocarp

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    A vfg?

    I've not thought I needed a video frame grapper on it but I'll reconsider.

    Another option I've thought about is a vertical grip, but it really doesn't need it in the shooting I've done with it.

    Really, the only thing I really want to do is make it full auto.
     
  5. moooose102

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    hey, maybe that is what i NEED to go deer hunting with!?! if you sling all that lead, something i bound to fall over!
     
  6. wyocarp

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    Yeah, 75 chances for you hit what the dot is pointed at. I guarentee it doesn't take that many times.
     
  7. wyocarp

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    So there must not be many ak pistols out there or very little interest in them?
     
  8. Poprivit

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    Vertical grip costs a $200 tax. My friend Richard, the owner of SIA, has probably made 300-400 of them. Much flash, v. loud BOOM. Accuracy? Welllll ...

    If I could just get one in Class III.

    Mine is so neat that my younger brother just took it from me. If you want one, personal message me and I'll give you SIA's phone number up here in scenic Gardnerville, NV.
     
  9. loose cannon

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    im old going on older lol.

    if i had one id invest in 20rd hungarian amd mags so i could heft that badboy on line and hold it still long enough for accuracy.


    uses for such a animal?
    vehicle defense comes to mind just picture in your mind of eveil minds the expressions of the goblin/s who roadraged or attempted to carjack you when you had that puppy on the seat??

    tent defense is a good use as well.

    and just plain everloving fun
     
  10. loose cannon

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    heres a selectfire ak pistol i fired at the ofasts held every june near the oklahoma missouri line.bloody shame id have to hold class3 and sot liscense to keep one of these.

    i shot it with a 75rd drum and 30rd mags and for this one id leave the 20rders off.i estimated the rpms at 750-800 and 20rd boxs dont last at that pace.
     

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    Although I wouldn't like to see the look on a jury's face when it was pulled out after a SD shooting.
     
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