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    Polish bolt assembly/carrier

    I am looking for which bolt assemblies will fit into the bolt carrier that I want to buy. I am looking at this : https://www.apexgunparts.com/polish-...efinished.html
    It is a 1960 surplus polish bolt carrier. The bolt assembly on the apex website is out of stock this will go into a c39v2. All I need to know is which bolt assembly is compatible, and where to get it. That's all I want to know. If you don't like the c39v2, don't think something is worth upgrading, or want to recommend "x" brand rifle, I don't care. If you know the answer to my question, please answer. Thank you
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    Any surplus large stem bolt will fit that carrier. I don't know what your familiarity is with the AK platform, but if you change the bolt you need to check headspace. Your best bet for finding one for a reasonable price is the marketplace on here or the other site.

    Nathan

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    I agree with what Nathan said. I've got two of them with those carriers in them. I trial fit a bolt from a Polytech that I had that fit. So, I picked up a chicom bolt from the classifieds that worked perfectly in one rifle. Having said that, it only fit one of them. The other had a much tighter headspace that would not accept either bolt. As in the bolt by itself wouldn't even lock into place even without either of the go/no-gauges in place. So, you may have to go through a few before you find one that fits, or maybe you get lucky the first time. If all else fails, get a gunsmith to fit one. More expensive that way but at least you'll end up with what you want.

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    This is a new., virgin, unmarked bolt & carrier unit. Though it is Yugoslavian stamped it will be a good replacement for matching headspace.
    It will generally need some light lug modification for final headspace and mating to the turning (bullet) guide etc.

    https://rguns.net/shop/yugoslavian-r...ston-assembly/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joco4 View Post
    I am looking for which bolt assemblies will fit into the bolt carrier that I want to buy. I am looking at this : https://www.apexgunparts.com/polish-...efinished.html
    It is a 1960 surplus polish bolt carrier. The bolt assembly on the apex website is out of stock this will go into a c39v2. All I need to know is which bolt assembly is compatible, and where to get it. That's all I want to know. If you don't like the c39v2, don't think something is worth upgrading, or want to recommend "x" brand rifle, I don't care. If you know the answer to my question, please answer. Thank you
    I used this bolt and Carrier and recoil spring on my C39v2 and it dropped right in and head spaced great.
    The bolt and arrier were a bit sticky at first but eventually worked in like butter.

    https://www.apexgunparts.com/catalog...=0&q=SKU001779
    https://www.apexgunparts.com/catalog...=0&q=SKU004940
    https://www.apexgunparts.com/catalog...&q=%09POL-7541
    Last edited by Dwe; 01-10-2017 at 12:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwe View Post
    I used this bolt and Carrier and recoil spring on my C39v2 and it dropped right in and head spaced great.
    The bolt and arrier were a bit sticky at first but eventually worked in like butter.

    https://www.apexgunparts.com/catalog...=0&q=SKU001779
    https://www.apexgunparts.com/catalog...=0&q=SKU004940
    https://www.apexgunparts.com/catalog...&q=%09POL-7541
    Wow! that is pricey. Glad it worked for you though.

    "Drop in" headspace fitment is pretty rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBLUE View Post
    Wow! that is pricey. Glad I worked for you though.

    "Drop in" headspace fitment is pretty rare.
    Yep. I understand I got lucky!
    I checked it like 47 times to be sure. The carrier closed in on a go gauge with a health snap and the no go ain't even close.
    We all tinker with our guns and I liked the rest of the gun, it was my first AK and it made me learn about AK's and to fix it became a challenge.
    I later bought two VEPRs, an Arsenal, and two com block kit guns to make up for my blunder.
    So now I have a gtg over priced but accurate C39v2 that is my beater AK that I shoot the crap out of, and it is smooth!
    And now I'm a huge fan go the platform. So I guess all is not list!
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    If you're going to pay Apex prices for the BCG alone, you might as well just buy a parts kit and sell what you don't need.

    AOA has no-barrel Romanian AKMs for $300 plus freight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBLUE View Post
    This is a new., virgin, unmarked bolt & carrier unit. Though it is Yugoslavian stamped it will be a good replacement for matching headspace.
    It will generally need some light lug modification for final headspace and mating to the turning (bullet) guide etc.

    https://rguns.net/shop/yugoslavian-r...ston-assembly/
    Quote Originally Posted by Richard W. View Post
    If you're going to pay Apex prices for the BCG alone, you might as well just buy a parts kit and sell what you don't need.

    AOA has no-barrel Romanian AKMs for $300 plus freight.
    The R-Guns Zastava bolt & carrier is $95 for the set. Reasonably priced for new, unmarked etc. IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBLUE View Post
    The R-Guns Zastava bolt & carrier is $95 for the set. Reasonably priced for new, unmarked etc. IMHO.
    Yes, I agree that's reasonable for NOS.

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    The hard part for me to find was the milled recoil assembly. I finally got one part by part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
    The hard part for me to find was the milled recoil assembly. I finally got one part by part.
    WTS: Bulgarian milled AK47 telescoping tube recoil springs + Bolts and carriers PICS ADDED - The AK Files Forums

 

 

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