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Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by hotrodtba, Feb 24, 2006.
I agree! but I don't care for the barrel nut. I have been looking for a parkerized slant brake for it, plenty of blue ones out there, that would at least be better than the FH - The FH does work pretty good though.
Any one got a leed on a parkerized slant?
and a couple of boxs of ammo
Finally got around to taking some pics of my AK's.
Vector- I believe it's built with a Bulgarian kit.
Egyptian Maadi MISR
Chinese Norinco 56-S1 Underfolder
ORF Built Bulgarian AK-74
My next project- Milled Chinese Type 56, going with a milled receiver from The Firing Line, with all the original Chinese characters and markings.
The Milled Chinese Type 56 barrel you have, is rare to have both a milled receiver and a folding bayo. Please post pics of that baby when you are done with it!!!
Will do. Unfortunatly it's a slow moving project. Original Type 56 parts are pretty hard to come by, even some of the Norinco stuff is pretty hard to get. If anybody knows where to find a chrome Chinese bolt carrier and bolt please let me know.
WOW! I am so inspired. I just bought my first AK, a Romanian WASR, and now I am getting ready to start dressing it up.
My new WASR GP and my unissued Yugo SKS. I put a few rounds around them to make it look prettty lol.
Stamped Chinese Norinco AK-47 MAK-90 Sporter w/K-VAR furniture:
East German AK-47 w/East German side-folder & a few other adds/mods:
Russian Vepr in .308
Newest addition to my collection. My 1st AK.
Will be converting soon! Mwahahahaaa!
Will post pics of finished product when done converting.
Here it is after half the conversion
my romanian before duracoat and new plastic
my romanian after duracoat and new plastic. combat green
That is a beautiful set of Polytech twins you have. I hope to own a set just like them one day.
My Vector AK: