Arsenal of Bulgarian semi auto, made with a mix of Russian and Bulgarian parts.
I recently got offered this 91 Krink, but i have a hard time identifiying this thing. The only additional Info that i got from the seller is that it was brought to Switzerland as a whole Gun in 2002.
These are the only pics i got at the moment, not the best quality i know.
thanks for your knowledge
Odd one this. What’s the deal with the Izhevsk-stamped front trunnion? Doesn’t quite look like a real deal Izzy stamp, maybe just poorly struck.
Given the outstanding AK examples I’ve seen in other Swiss collectors’ hands, I’d say pass on this dog.
Last edited by AZAK; 04-28-2019 at 11:54 AM.
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A raw, virgin Izhmash trunnion from the time period would have the mark already cast in.
As for desirability, I would rate it better then the ISD semi autos currently offered in Switzerland.
From the way I understand it, shooting a full auto piece in Switzerland requires prior Police approval , so generally its done rarely, and as a group.
Semi autos are not controlled as tightly, so easier to actually shoot.