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custom 7.62x39

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by yotesmoker, Feb 11, 2013.

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  1. yotesmoker

    yotesmoker Member

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    I want to have a custom rifle in 7.62x39 built.How d I get started,purchase an action,modify a current rifle?Don't know why but I"m kind of hung up on that cartridge.I've got a cz27 carbine,mini-30,an AR and a AK in that caliberNow I want a custom made.Any suggestions?
     
  2. kludge

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    search for posts on the 7.62x39 authored by R.W. Dale.
     
  3. dubya450

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    Id either buy a plain stamped receiver and build it part by part or go the easier route and buy a Saiga. I have two 7.62 Saigas and a 12 gauge Saiga and you can really make them any way you want. There are thousand's of different ways to build a Saiga.
     
  4. Sam1911

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    Want a custom made WHAT? Break action or falling block single-shot? Bolt action? Pump? Sounds like you have the semi-auto Kalashnikov thing covered so there's no need for a Saiga.

    Gotta give us a little more to go on.

    A falling block or rolling block single shot scaled down to 7.62x39 size would be pretty cool. Maybe a Martini Cadet rifle?
     
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    I have to agree with Sam in that you are giving very little to go by. Think about mentioning for example, I want to have a custom rifle in 7.62x39 built. I would like it to be a bolt action type action and maybe 5 shot with an integral magazine. This will open the door for more specific responses.

    Ron
     
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