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replacing furniture

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by les sauvage, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. les sauvage

    les sauvage

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    i recently decided to lower my expectations of getting a Valmet or Arsenal, and just knuckle down and get a WASR. However, the plywood furniture is a bit much for me, and i thought about getting one of the bakelite looking sets of furniture here at the gunshow and replacing it. How difficult is this to do, and what kind of tools will i need?
     
  2. Tippyman

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    Very easy. The cleaning kit that comes with the wasr is all you'll need.
     


  3. CarlosC

    CarlosC AK Fanatic

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    A screwdriver as a minimum. If the butt stock is particularly hard to remove, you will also need a mallet and an extension. If the upper handguard won't rotate, you may need a vice and a bachelor's grip.
     
  4. dglockster

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  5. Tailhunter

    Tailhunter Glockman

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    OK, you got me .... WTH is a bachelor's grip?
     
  6. CnRnut

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    Strong right hand with a death grip. :whistling: :embarassed: