Correct Optic Rail for 1986 Tula Krinkov AKS-74U
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    Correct Optic Rail for 1986 Tula Krinkov AKS-74U

    What is the correct Optic-Rail for a 1986 Tula Krinkov AKS-74U (?)............and does anyone have a clear/close photos of these on and off of an AKS-74U (?).
    Were these serial-numbered to the gun they were installed on (?).......and if so, does anyone have clear photos of these markings (?).
    Last, does anyone have a source for a correct original (Russian Tula) optic rail for my 1986 Krinkov AKS-74U build (?).

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    I believe its the RMP-3, thread in this section for clones of it - but links to buy are now dead. Cant remember who is making them now.

    As far as i know, all were non-serialized.

    https://www.theakforum.net/forums/17-krinkovs/168664-petition-another-rmp-3-run.html

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    I was making them until recently. Company has been put up for sale and is pending new ownership. Anybody interested can pm me for details and I can get them the hookup for the next batch of rails.
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    We are (some russian historic-collectionners) have version, that Tula didnt produce N-ight version of AK's. Its fact, that AKMN/AKMN-2/AKML was only Izzy and no proofs for Tula AK74N, AKS74N and AKS74UN2.
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    Do you think that Izzy ever reworked Tula AKSU rifles to add an opticL rail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jithaca View Post
    Do you think that Izzy ever reworked Tula AKSU rifles to add an opticL rail?
    No, Izmash produced AKS74UN2 version, Tula didnt, only cpmmon AKS74U.
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    Do you what was the last year of production for Izzy
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    Quote Originally Posted by jithaca View Post
    Do you what was the last year of production for Izzy
    81-82.
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    I am considering scavenging a partial 1980 Izzy kit to build a 1980 AKSU. But the correct top cover is impossible to obtain. Considered just using a plain jane Bulgarian one and just an optical rail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jithaca View Post
    But the correct top cover is impossible to obtain.
    Some guys started here project for top cover for AKS74UB (for PBS4 silencer) . Its more harder, that izzy cover.
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