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    Khyber Pass rifles

    Does any one have any clear pics of these?? Beside the usual Osama ones?
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    There were some pics of Uzbek troops toting a couple....I *think* Rob Stottman posted them, but I can't be sure.
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    I had a "G"kit laying around so I guess I will have to turn it into something since Harlan is making side folder recs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKrink
    I had a "G"kit laying around so I guess I will have to turn it into something since Harlan is making side folder recs.
    You're going to have to dick around with the ejector...those receivers are for the 5.45mm, not 7.62mm......
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    I have a 1977 Dated Russian barreled AKM trunnion and matching bolt, that sure would be a good start for a Khyber Pass rifle. But I think that the AKM receiver would be the best to build on. You would have to cut the rear for the side folder though.
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    The best known one is the AKMS carbine from the Tokoi book; There is a picture of that one, and another one in my photo section in the reference guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Templar
    There were some pics of Uzbek troops toting a couple....I *think* Rob Stottman posted them, but I can't be sure.
    Here is a link Lumpy sent me,http://editorial.gettyimages.com/sou...52959658&cdi=0

    It would appear the side folding AKM may be a Russian limited production Rifle for the Uzbek Military.
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    Cool, thanks for the help............anymore would be greatly appreciated!! Keep'um coming!!
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    Here's the pic from the link.........man I need one of these.....

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    Yeah, thanks I just saved it. Had to get one of those Kvar stocks, so I guess I'll build another!!!
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    I'm picking mine up tomorrow from In Range
    Here's the text from the image,

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    KARA-SUU, UZBEKISTAN: Uzbek soldiers stand guard along the bridge leading to Kyrgyzstan across the Sharikh Khansai river in town of Kara-Suu, 21 May 2005. Security forces have been massively reinforced in Uzbekistan's restive border town of Kara-Suu following a large protest there on the previous day, an AFP correspondent standing just across the border, in the Kyrgyz part of the town, reported. AFP PHOTO / MAXIM MARMUR (Photo credit should read MAXIM MARMUR/AFP/Getty Images)
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    Hey Johno, will ya give us some pics and a list of ingredients in case we want to whip one up too?There seems to be a fair amount of interest and so far it seems to start with a G-kit but after that nobodys been very clear yet.
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    No problem,Mine started out as a Romy G Kit on a Global receiver,Troy built the rifle using a Russian rolled edge sidefolder,the cryllic engraving and G2 FCG.I'll install a set of Russian Laminated AKM handguards and Shiny maroon Russian pistol grip with a tan Russian sling.I have'nt yet decided whether to use a US piston and slant brake or keep the originals and use a US mag floorplate and follower.-pics will be tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdvanns
    Hey Johno, will ya give us some pics and a list of ingredients in case we want to whip one up too?There seems to be a fair amount of interest and so far it seems to start with a G-kit but after that nobodys been very clear yet.
    There really is no difference than the G kit with Russian wood, russian triangle side folder, and bakelite mag.
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    We need to start a pic thread!
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