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Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by hotrodtba, Feb 24, 2006.
do you guys like the red dot on top of the hand guard or on the side mount
On top of the hand guard is much better as the sight is lower and you can have a good cheek weld. The side mounts are way to high.
I would have been ok with a low profile, quick release type side mount on my AK's actually... but ended up finding that on my SAR-2, with that type of set-up, that there was too much flex between the receiver & barrel which found me with a "shotgun" type pattern @ 50 yards... not good!
I get no such "shotgun" pattern with the Ultimak gas-tube mount...
HOWEVER, the biggest complaint about my set-up is for the fact that it does make the AK a bit muzzle heavy... hence the reason why I picked up a Aimpoint MRD as soon as I could! It does help.
Be warned though... the Ultimak gas-tube mount will bake apart cheap red-dots... the better red-dots will be fine, but you won't be able to get away with a cheap one for very long if you actually use your AK!
here is my go-to anti-zombie weapon of choice.
My current love, a Norinco 56S-1 underfolder.
What kind of mag release is on your rifle? Details please.
Yugo M70AB2 with claro walnut IWD furniture treated with Tung oil, Yugo bayo
Norinco MAK90 with laminate IWD treated with stain & poly, plus Red Star Arms FCG
Thanks! Blackjack buffers tactical mag release. I love it.
Here is my collection
Hello everyone. Just wanted to say hello as I am new to the site.
There are some amazing Ak's posted in this thread.
Can anyone please tell me who makes the mag of the very first AK pictured on page one? I am kinda new to AK's.
Thanks and I have really enjoyed the pics.
My Saiga 7.62x39:
WASR-10 and a MAK-90
My first flat bending experience with a Romanian 'G' kit:
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