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Looking for wood AK furniture?

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by Jmzzl, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. Jmzzl

    Jmzzl AK User

    Jan 22, 2010
    I've had some issues with my WASR's furniture, so I decided to look for some replacements. After searching for some time on the web, I came across Jadnil Enterprises. I just wanted to say that these guys are awesome. Thier products are top notch quality. They have quick and helpful customer service, and they ship your purchases fast. I've made two separate orders to them, and couldn't ask for more both times. It might sound like a sales pitch, but these guys are the real deal. If you're looking for quality wood AK furniture of all styles, finishes, and many options, give them a look.
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2010
  2. Jesu27


    Jun 21, 2009
    Las Vegas, NV
    Looks like great stuff! Thanks for the link!

  3. Jmzzl

    Jmzzl AK User

    Jan 22, 2010
    It is great stuff! I just fit and finished the upper handguard I got from them Saturday a few minutes ago, and it looks great! It's thicker and stronger than the WASRs original upper handguard.
  4. I believe it to be more fun to refinish your furniture you have. Im about to do with with my old wood set myself.

    Ill post pics as soon as I get started
  5. Jmzzl

    Jmzzl AK User

    Jan 22, 2010
    I did refinish my own furniture. I ordered a pistol grip from them, because my WASR came with a synthetic one, and I'm a traditionalist. I ordered it "unfinished" so I could stain it and finish it myself. I also ordered an "unfinished" upper handguard from them, because mine was broken, and thiers are stronger than the original. I also finished it myself.
  6. .45Super-Man


    May 4, 2007
    Most of their stuff is refinished Romanian surplus furniture in the first the fine print. Their stuff is far to "candified" and looks more like it was made in a paint booth. If you want the "real thing", try for the genuine article.
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2010
  7. Nicoroshi

    Nicoroshi Avid Shooter

    Nov 14, 2008
    The liberal playground
    Personally I like >>>

    US made for those builders out there (like me) who need to meet 922(r) compliance.
    Cut on a CNC machine out of a multitude of different available woods.
    Yes it did require minor fitting, and came without a finish but I was able to get Hard Maple furniture for my Romy 'G' build that makes the rifle IMHO.
  8. CarlosC

    CarlosC AK Fanatic

    Jan 4, 2000
    DFW area, TX
    Nicroshi's recommendation would be mine as well. I used ironwood on my Bulgarian and the quality of their work is excellent.
  9. my762buzz


    Mar 21, 2007
    Yep, I kind of see why the the rifle might no longer be legally compliant if
    a compliance part was substituted for a foreign part pending the use of surplus mags.
  10. scottMO

    scottMO Moderator Millennium Member

    Dec 21, 1998
    LR Arkansas
    Another +1 for Ironwood. I love their "fat pistol grips w/endcaps".