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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Commissar Gribb, Sep 18, 2005.

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  1. Commissar Gribb

    Commissar Gribb Member

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    just took some new pics of my mutant AK

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    edit: the safety is off because i'd just cleared it and forgot to put it back on safe...

    erm

    yeah.
     
  2. DMK

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    Very Nice! :)

    Is that the Egyptian Maadi in your sig line?

    Since everyone else is proudly showing pictures of their babies, here's my SAR1 :)

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  4. Commissar Gribb

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    i'm not selfish

    I always like to see other AKs :D

    bring em on

    yup!
     
  5. TIMC

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    My mutant SAR 1
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  6. beerslurpy

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    Whats with putting AKs on safe? I never remember that they are on until I want to fire the gun or rack the bolt. I find it much easier to work the bolt than find and move the safety lever. If I am storing it or transporting it, I just make sure the chamber is empty and that is it.
     
  7. KaceCoyote

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    The Saiga from beyond!
     
  8. k_dawg

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    Saiga 7.62 carbine ( converted )

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  9. Commissar Gribb

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    IMO the best way to transport is with the hammer forward (unloaded of course) and the safety on as it covers up the hole behind the bolt carrier.

    someday I'd like to convert a saiga.

    I'd be nice to have an AK made in russia.
     
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    Id like to have a suppressed 9x39 AK, but I will settle for a real krink. Unfortunately that is currently impossible.

    I am currently researching a legal suppressor conversion for my Bulgie 7.62x39. I'll post pics if I ever make progress. it would involve going to Valmet/Galil front sights and would hopefully look like this:

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    My SAR-1 much in need of a better scope mount (ultimak).

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  13. FPrice

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    Comissar Gribb...

    What kind of sling is that? My dealer had a SAR that had the same kind of sling but no one knew where it came from. I'd like to get one for my SAR-1.
     
  14. Gewehr98

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    Frosty, that's a standard Romanian sling.

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    From K-Var:

    http://www.k-var.com/product.asp?0=216&1=263&3=399

    Source of all things with respect to AK goodness, including bits and pieces for my own SAR-1:

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    And an older Bulgarian SLR-95, with K-Var furniture to replace the butthole thumbstock it came in:

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  15. .45Guy

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    My WASR:
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  16. PAC 762

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    Might as well add to the thread.
     

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    Gribb - How is the RPK buttstock with the regular AK? I've never really messed with a RPK so I'd don't know much about its ergenomics.


    Beerslurpy - You just made me cry.
     
  19. FPrice

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    Darin...

    Thanks! I should have known to ask you. I just put one on order.
     
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    my milled Arsenal, very happy with it:

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  22. hartzpad

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    I'll play...here are my AK's, I'm planning some major mods soon for my VEPR K, my unconverted Saiga 7.62x39 and my Saiga 12 shotgun (rails, new folding stocks, flash surpressors, etc.)

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  23. Commissar Gribb

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    MUCH better IMO. without the cheek lump, you can get your eyes right down by the sights very easily (as I guess a lot of us westerners have big heads- before I had trouble getting my face down low enough to the receiver to see through the sights). The RPK stock is about an inch shorter but because it cuts away at an angle, you barely notice.
     
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    I'll play. :)

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    How does that Kobra treat ya?
     
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