Donít understand the windowed magazines, really poor idea in all respects.
LOOKING FOR: Postban Chicom (squareback) Rifle, '65 EG MPi-KM kit, Soviet and East German AKM Barrels, Soviet AKM U/F Stock Assembly, Polish Milled Receiver Front Stub
I can organize and sell your Commbloc weapon/parts/accessory collection
if you lack the time or desire; send a PM if interested.
Kalashnikov Collectors Association
It might be for the cool factor.
Get up on your feet, Don't look so obsolete, And thrash like an athlete!
One love - AK!
Hereís one I stole off Reddit Afghanistan captures. With an poppy flower chest rig 01EA9A39-2A79-4C6C-B0D3-6FBBDF151610.jpeg I tried to get one custom made but it failed. Maybe that Kenny nylon can make one.
Party mix. January 2008.
Capt. Ted Yang calls out the serial number of an AK-47 rifle to Army Sgt. 1st Class Alejandro Jimenez as he records the number at Taji Military Base, Iraq. All captured enemy weapons are accounted for before they are packaged up and shipped to be destroyed. Captain Yang is the J4 Taji liaison officer. He is a native of Fresno, Calif., and deployed from Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo. Sergeant Jimenez is the Multinational Security Transition Command-Iraq J4 collective weapons point NCO in charge.
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I’m sure I’m not the only one who like to snag a spare crate...
Pile confiscated by the Nigerian government. Note how many fixed stocks have been removed (along with at least one folding stock assembly)
Check how the rack numbers are marked on the buttstocks.
Nigerian Army soldiers from 26th Infantry Battalion trained by the U.S. Army.
Looks like Company (Letter) - Weapon Number - Battalion
in white over red base