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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by presidingglock, Aug 9, 2007.


  1. presidingglock

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    I just want to share my newly acquired AK47. It has been a blast (no pun intended) so far after going 120 failure free rounds. :banana:
     

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    congratulations bro!

    welcome to the dark side of the force :thumbsup:
     

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    Any BoG out there who owns an AK74?

    Whats the difference between the two?
     
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    Is that the China clone or original Russian? Ang ganda. Sarap tuloy bumili ng Saiga.
     
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    Toink!

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  6. presidingglock

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    It's a Norinco I acquired from twin pines sir. You should go for it Vega. I didn't realize that owning an AK can be a lot of FUN. And I mean really FUN (although the ammo is quite expensive).

    By the way, I'm thinking of using a magazine coupler, do you think it is a good idea? Would it not hinder the handling of the rifle? Thanks.
     
  7. presidingglock

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    The same reasons I acquired my AK sir - reliability, ease of use and hassle free to maintain. It is practically like my glocks (17 and 19). Whoever said that the glocks are the ak of the handgun world (and vice-versa) was actually telling the truth.
     
  8. presidingglock

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    Thanks a lot, sir. I'm glad to be here Obi-wan (pardon the spelling)! :supergrin:
     
  9. chowchow

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    Meyron na palang mga AK sa atin. Mukha ngang Norinco yan.
     
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    Very nice. :thumbsup:

    Are you a civilian? Paano processing ng papers?
     
  11. wunder9

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    Sir, were you able to confirm if it is from Norinco?
     
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    Ganda!!:thumbsup: Congrats!:)
     
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    Nice rifle! :thumbsup: I like to get one but last time I've checked sa twin pines MCS, the sales lady told me you must be a law enforcer or must have a security agency to buy one. I beleive they also sell M14s sa twin Pines. :upeyes:
     
  14. presidingglock

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    Yes, I am a civilian sir. With respect to the papers, I submitted my application (together with the requirements) in the same manner as buying an ordinary handgun. Luckily, it was approved.
     
  15. presidingglock

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    No, I was not able to personally confirm it sir. I was just given an assurance by Twin Pines-Cebu that the unit is a Norinco.
     
  16. mikol

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    no markings anywhere bai to indicate that it's a Norinco prod.?
    pila man imo palit ana bai kung ok ra nimo isulti? :)
     
  17. kontra

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    eto ba ang tinutukoy nyo? :supergrin:

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    The AK47 from twin pines doesn't have any markings. Just the serial number and letters for the selector switch.
     
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    thanks for the info bro.:)
     
  19. presidingglock

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    Bai, I acquired the unit for 42k plus processing fee. As mentioned by Kontra, there are no markings on the unit to indicate the manufacturer or where it was made.
     
  20. wunder9

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    Twin's AKs, aka Chicom Type 56, have a factory number on the left hand side of the receiver. There is an oval with the numbers 313.

    Norinco and the late Polytech are exporters. But the actual factories that produce Type 56 rifles are only identified by the factory numbers.