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    The days of cheap parts kits are long gone unfortunately.

    And stay away from any one named Ivan Draco.
    needs moar AK

    or beer


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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
    Another source for AK info, mostly in photographs is Rob Stott's Series AK47 catalog volumes 1-10.

    Its really a collectors reference but it may be valuable for identifying variations and minute differences, country to country.

    Its available in hard copy or pdf form.
    Yikes, lots of them. I'll start adding them to Amazon for purchaee. Right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by as9d View Post
    Most of these places want stupid prices for these parts... $200 for a front trunion...nuts... It looks like I'll just be on the hunt for the whole rifles instead.

    I'm going to start on some muzzle brakes for the saiga 12 this week. Looks like I have some 4130 steel in inventory.

    Right now I have the two designs in cad, I'll put both in production. Who wants one?

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    How about the doofus with the idea rattling around in his head? Me, me and me. Been waiting quite a while for this to materialize and would love to be the first one to get one. Thank you very much. Pm me with price before I start buying Xmas presents. Not that I want or don’t want my name on it but what will be the designation for the Saiga brakes?
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    I'm setting up to run muzzle brakes. $67.50 each. I've got heat treat and qpq finishing lined out and ready to go on these.

    3 slot style 14m x 1 LH thread

    3 slot style saiga12 thread

    Tiger tank style 14m x 1 LH thread

    Tiger tank style saiga12 thread.

    Running 40 pieces of each.

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    Will the Saiga brakes include a jam nut?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mekanak47 View Post
    Will the Saiga brakes include a jam nut?
    No, I will sell them separately. Probably going to have a few different styles/shapes of those but they will be priced cheap $5-10 max

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    Next project to start working on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by as9d View Post
    Next project to start working on.

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    Looks interesting, how about an adapter that fits into the fixed stock rear trunion to turn that into a folding stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredwilf View Post
    Looks interesting, how about an adapter that fits into the fixed stock rear trunion to turn that into a folding stock.

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    It's coming. I'm waiting on my local gun shop to find me a suitable wasr or better so I have something unmolested to test fit.




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    That pad will be a polyurethane piece. We injection mold polyurethane here and I figure that will be a nice tough to polyurethane injection overmold the stock piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredwilf View Post
    Looks interesting, how about an adapter that fits into the fixed stock rear trunion to turn that into a folding stock.

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    If this does go into production you’ll have people asking for adapters to fit a wide range of rear trunnions. Stock should probably be made so that it can be mounted fixed or folding. Stock will need to be able to mount to hinge and hinge mounted to adapter for a folder or mount straight to adapter for fixed. That means one stock can be mounted fixed or hinged to a wide array of trunnions/receivers. Many possibilities.
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    That's the plan. Make a wide range of adapters and methods to mount.

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    The AK74 style muzzle brakes in 14x1 LH would be so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixy2k View Post
    The AK74 style muzzle brakes in 14x1 LH would be so nice.
    Show me a photo please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixy2k View Post
    The AK74 style muzzle brakes in 14x1 LH would be so nice.
    I’m trying to picture how that would even be possible. The AK74 muzzle brake attaches to the front sight while 14x1 LH threads are on the barrel. The inside diameter would have to be larger to allow for 0.311” bullets plus extra for clearance.
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