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The New Official AK Picture Thread

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by hotrodtba, Feb 24, 2006.

  1. TedG

    TedG Infidel USA

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    I've had one for a couple of years now. Mine was made by a guy that made belts. I told him what I wanted and he did a great job.

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  2. mjkeat

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    That's a nice sling.
     
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    Sgl91 with some additions
     

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    If I may ask who makes the AR-15 Style adjustable side folding stock assembly for your AK that you have a photo of.. This is what I've been looking for. Thanks in advance for any info.
     
  5. mjkeat

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    Ace makes a good one.
     
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    When I first looked at the title to this thread, I thought there would be pictures of Alaska (AK)....
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  7. HWI

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    CNC Warrior makes them for Bonesteel Arms, both sell them.
     
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  10. Steve34

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    Fun at the range with my AK-74

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  11. Nicoroshi

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    M70B re-welded receiver w/ custom hinge fabricated for side folder.
    M64 recoil spring, gas tube(custom extended) w/ wood, bolt, and carrier
    M92 top cover, hinge block
    M85 lower hand guard, and retainer
    AK100 series Bulgarian FSB/GB
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    IWD fat checkered grip
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    Tapco G2 FCG

    Thought it would be cool to use up some of the random parts I had sitting in my shop to fabricate a 'Khyber' AK104 clone in 7.62x39



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    One of a kind mutt custom fabricated in my shop.
    She shoots pretty good too
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  12. kamui34

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    Just bought my first AK :)

    M&M M10 762

    Forgive me for the poor quality, taken from my cellphone.
     

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    Updated the AMD to a much better system than it was. Finally got an Attero mount and mounted a Burris Fastfire 3. I like the AFG a hell of a lot more than the vertical grip. Also got a great deal on a Surefire scout light from a local soldier and slapped that on there instead of that cheap light I had. Liking it a whole lot more now and performing better with it in this configuration.

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  14. Glockdude1

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    This was what it looked like last time I thought I was done but now its under construction again and ill post finished product soon
     

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    Here's my SLR106.
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    Figure I'd add the cousin in the shot too.
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    One is, the other is a NightBrake.
     
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    Diesel McBadass Tactically Epic

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    hows supression on the shroud? And how you digging that bonesteel folder?
     
  20. HWI

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    The Shroud does well. I have not tested it at night, but there is no visible flash during the day like there is with the standard 74 brake and NightBrake.

    The Bonesteel folder is really solid. As far as folders go that don't require removal of the tang I think it is the best. However, I don't have it on the gun anymore. I sold it and am having a triangle folder put on it, it's actually already at the smith getting that done.