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Discussion in 'The SHOT ShowCase' started by hotrodtba, Feb 24, 2006.
You chose wisely grasshopper, nice Mak 90.
I'm not sure what impresses me more,.....the "wall art" or the cabinetry.
Fully Suppressed AK-47
Haven't pulled them all out for a family picture for CarlosC but figured this might hold him until I get a chance to (also waiting until I get the M-72 RPK re-weld complete).
Left to right: (Gabija, Sonja, Persephone)
M-70 pistol (cut receiver re-welded for center repair section), M-70 AB (repair plate re-weld), M-70B (Cut receiver re-weled for center repair section).
Close up of re-weled receivers:
It will do..........for now.
As always, your workmanship is excellent.
Stamped Norinco Mak 90, Midwest Industries PALM handguard with Primary Arms Micro, (with removable base). Tapco 6 position stock & Saw grip, Magpul forward grip. Quick adjust Super Sling.
I like the look of it, but don't think it's easy to shoot.....
Having never been a fan of tacticool bits on AK rifles, I just threw some stain on my Romy 10/63 and called it good. After shooting maybe 4000 rounds through it I've never had one jam or hiccup with the dirtiest of ammunition and have made a believer out of one AR-nut friend who was on the 'AKs are accurate only up to 50 yards' band-wagon.