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For the AK-47 Gurus...

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by KBintheSLC, Feb 14, 2008.

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  1. KBintheSLC

    KBintheSLC Member

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    Anyone know what the thread specs are for a compensator on an M70 Yugo under-folder (By Century Arms... US barrel)... Is it 14:1 LH, or 1/2:28 RH? Thanks. KB


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  2. HorseSoldier

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    They're standard AK comps and threads, if I am not mistaken. I can fit a standard AK blank firing adaptor (East German, I think?) on the muzzle of my Yugo.
     
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    Standard AKM thread pattern is 14x1 left handed.

    I'm not aware of any Century Kalashnikov offerings with the 1/2:28 RH, and think that Arsenal USA (not Arsenal Inc.) was the only manufacturer to offer AKs with 1/2:28 RH muzzle threads (due to the Klinton ban[among other things])
     
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    As the owner of a Yugo Underfolder, it is definitely the standard LH 14 mm. FWIW you should easily be able to tell by seeing if the thread is left or right.
     
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    Owner here also and they are 14 LH.
     
  6. KBintheSLC

    KBintheSLC Member

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    I would if my work would let me bring my AK to the office... but they wont. So, I had to ask before I order it online today.
     
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