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draco or amd-65

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by wasr10634unme, Jan 1, 2012.

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  1. wasr10634unme

    wasr10634unme Member

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    love my wasr. just want another ak. draco with single point sling option or the hungarian sidefolder. are the hungarians good guns i saw them somewhere for $420
     
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    also

    like the draco because it can be concealed but dont have plans to conceal it often but the amd seems like a steal at 420
     
  3. M1key

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    S.B.R. :cool:

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  4. tkopp

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    The side folder will be a more useful firearm. The Draco is, however, a lot of fun.It all depends on what you're looking for; a good rifle or a fun toy.
     
  5. Cal-gun Fan

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    Ehh, the usefulness of the Hungarian-style sidefolder is up for debate.
     
  6. AethelstanAegen

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    I disagree. I've had good luck with mine and it's certainly more useful than a Draco in pretty much every way I can think of. Some people complain about a potential lack of a cheek weld, but I find my cheek weld is different for every rifle I own and thus it has never been a problem. Other than that it's been 100% reliable and mine is quite accurate at the ranges I'd expect to use it. Centerfire Systems often has them pretty cheap (I picked up mine for about $400 from them and have been very happy with it).

    With it's WZ.88 cousin:
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    Huh. Well, I'll defer to you since you actually have one :)

    That stock just looks downright awkward and a bit flimsy. But, if it works for you, more power to you :)
     
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    If it has a FEG receiver ...the amd,s are like tanks
     
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    I know its not on your list. But i love my Saiga AK74. Its cheap to shoot @ about 13 cents a round.
     
  10. PoserHoser

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    http://www.amd65tech.com/ this makes the amd 65 much more useful pretty easy to make one yourself if you have a welder
     
  11. JohnnyK

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    I have an AMD-65 and love it!... especially the fireballs that come out of the barrell every 2-3 shots... mine is FEG made in Hungary... got it for around $400-450 don't remember exactly how much but it's a great AK. the Draco looks like a fun toy but I'd recommend the AMD!
     
  12. InkEd

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    Get the AMD-65. Make sure it's a TGI build rather than a CAI.
     
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