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Mak-90 problem

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Stump Water, Sep 18, 2007.

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  1. Stump Water

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    On a Mak-90 I’ve replaced the upper & lower hand guards with polymer versions, installed a 6-position collapsible stock & polymer pistol grip.

    The upper hand guard has a picatinny rail with a red-dot sight mounted on it.

    Problem: Can’t get a cheek weld on the stock and see the red dot.

    Question: Where can I get a pad/cheek piece for the T6 stock? (I’ve been told they’re out there, but I can’t find ‘em.)
     
  2. MRIman

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    I can't help you on the cheek rest,but can tell you that if
    your MAK-90 was un-moded,you still need to add 2 more
    US made parts to be 922r legal.
    My guess is you just forgot to mention that your mag has
    a US made follower and floorplate.

    MRI
     
  3. MartinS

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    Before you buy anything and add another part try a chin kiss instead of a cheek weld. You'll be shooting heads up, not buried in the sights. Just another way of doing it, takes some practice to get comfortable and grooved in.
     
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  5. Stump Water

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    MRIman... would that be the five round mags that came with it when I bought it in June of 1994... or the 30-round mags that I bought at the same time?

    MDWill... that gives me an idea. Pipe insulation and liquid nails. Thanks.
     
  6. Stump Water

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    MartinS... yeah, tried that this past weekend. I reckon it takes some practice to keep yer haid from doin' tha funky chicken.
     
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