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Zastava PAP Question.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by fireman, Nov 18, 2009.

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  1. fireman

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    Just ordered a Zastava PAP have heard a lot of good reviews as to fit finish accuracy, "Best AK for the price"
    Now I find out that it has single stack. 10 round mag.
    Can this be converted to a regular AK Mag?
    Thanks Guys.
    Fireman
     
  2. Maverick223

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    Yes, but you will have to replace parts (4 I believe) to make it 922r compliant.

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  3. fireman

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    Like what 4 parts?
     
  4. Deus Machina

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    Any of a range. A semi-automatic rifle cannot be loaded with a magazine of over 10 rounds and still have more than ten foreign-made parts, by that particular and senseless law.

    The most common to replace is the trigger group (three parts, in an AK) and the gas piston.
     
  5. Maverick223

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    Any, just make sure that the replacement parts are made in the US. I replaced the Stock, Forearm, Pistol Grip (which didn't exist before), and the Trigger Group. I replaced more than was necessary, but only because I wanted to.

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  6. nalioth

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    Guys, we really shouldn't give out hard numbers.

    The law says your "evil otherwise-non-importable rifle" can have no more than 10 foreign parts in it - when it gets to that point, then it magically becomes "US Made" and is no longer evil.

    Here is an explanation of the 922r laws.
     
  7. Maverick223

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    That is true (and why I added "I believe"), different options (like muzzle devices) have a different number of *counted* parts, and therefore will require a different number of replacement parts. Here is a great worksheet that can aid with 922r compliance when building an AK.

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