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    A Chinese beauty.

    Hi fella's a gun showed up at my factory last month. I had never seen such gun (markings) before, as I deal in Russian AK's so... But it's a beautiful Chinese AK I hope you guys will like it.
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    These are 1980s rifles, commonly exported to Iraq, the Balkans, etc.

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    Looks great

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    pristine
    needs moar AK

    or beer


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    Beautiful underfolder.

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    1983, factory 26. Nice rifle.
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    Beautiful. Thank you for posting the pictures.
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    Nice!

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    Wow. Nice photos.

    May I ask what type of camera you use?
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    Thank you for posting a really nice example of what the Chinese were and are capable of producing.

    Too bad those of us in the land of shall not be infringed cannot own one of those.

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    Nice looking rifle. Was this for re-sale, and did it have work done to it?
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    Ashfaq's at his family's country estate for the holiday and may not see this right away. That rifle is in original condition and I don't think there are plans to engrave it.
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    Nice specimen

    Is that a stamped, or machines receiver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100Radsbar View Post
    Nice specimen

    Is that a stamped, or machines receiver?
    It’s a milled receiver, which makes the use of phenolic furniture odd, unless it’s been retrofitted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 100Radsbar View Post
    Nice specimen

    Is that a stamped, or machines receiver?
    Anytime you see a lack of rivets and with or without the lightening cut in the side-it’s milled. Some guys like milled ones better but the only problem with them is lack of repair ability if there happens to be a major problem with the receiver.
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