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    Yes, they do. They also make one with a trap door for the cleaning kit that's a smidge longer than the standard and shorter than the NATO length.



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    Thanks for the quick and informative replies! I appreciate it!

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    Bulgarian


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    Pretty sure templar corrected me that these where Bulgarian






    Will try to dig up the rest of those pics.
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    Yup, Bulgarian....no mistaking that nipple-pink pistol grip.

    There are guys here that would damn near give their left nuttock for a crate of those Bulgarian Type 3's.....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Templar
    Yup, Bulgarian....no mistaking that nipple-pink pistol grip.

    There are guys here that would damn near give their left nuttock for a crate of those Bulgarian Type 3's.....

    "Nipple-pink" pistol grip?

    I wanted a crate of those until you said that. Now it's gonna cost me too many "Man-points."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Zackerly
    Bulgarian

    Iraq


    Ugandan PMC.



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    I wondered about the country of origin of that one myself.

    The source I took it from claimed it to be a photo from Iraq.

    The soldier just didn't look quite right for Iraqi, but as there are pics of other Iraqis with Bulgarian AKK's I thought it might be correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Zackerly
    I wondered about the country of origin of that one myself.

    The source I took it from claimed it to be a photo from Iraq.

    The soldier just didn't look quite right for Iraqi, but as there are pics of other Iraqis with Bulgarian AKK's I thought it might be correct.

    No, it is Iraq, there is at least one company that brings a lot of Ugandans in.



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    I noted the very nice condition of the weapon.

    I'd love to know its history.

    Was it recently pulled from a Bulgarian warehouse, but not converted to the black polymer stocks like the ING weapons?

    Or was it sitting in an armory in Uganda for the last few decades?

    It always baffles me to see a weapon in thirty or forty year old configuration suddenly make an appearance like it just came out of its original crate.
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    See the crate of Bulgarian Type 3's that Kevin posted? That was in Iraq when he was working there and his company had them.

    If I remember correctly, they'd been sitting in Iraq for a while.

    No one is bringing up anything from Uganda except shooters.



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    Yes, I was wondering about the location of Kevin's pics.
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    I have a bunch of other pics I took but that computer died, and I have not yet scavenged the hard drive.

    As I told Templar when I first saw those Ak's - they where very nice - most of my previous Ak experience had been items like this.



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    Iraq






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    All from Iraq







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