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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    nice nice nice.. looks like a keeper

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Its 5 AM, sitting in front of my computer here at (shhhhhhhhh don't tell anybody) lets just say the place I spend most of my day at, and I view your pics. Instant "wood" my friend, and you know you got it bad when you start drooling at them, like the pics were from your first swiped issue of Playboy as a kid.

    Egyptian goodness, as only "we", who visit "here", can attest to, kind of an aquired taste.

    Missing the cleaning rod? Apex has them i think.

    I feel your joy, treat her well.

    Oh yea, and more pics of the finished beauty.

    PLEASE!!!!!!!!!

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    Nice rifle. I havent seen a side by side photo like that before that showed the difference in stock length.

    Nice bayonet too! I hope to find one of those someday.
    They're ivory. Only a pimp from a cheap New Orleans whorehouse would carry a pearl-handled pistol. Patton

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Progress report...

    Gunsmtih has changed out the gas block for one with a bayonet lug.

    Last night I began changing out the gas piston...

    I use a file to remove the paint and find the rivet. I centerpunch the riviet so it is easier to drill out.


    Drill baby drill


    The Red Star gas piston is ready to drill. I'd done a lot of other demil/gas piston work last night, but wanted to make sure I made a bit of progress on this project.

    I received my brown ronin grip. The color is very close to the Egyptian brown. The quality is great but it will not get tight enough with the Egyptian pistol grip screw. Not sure what is up with that.

    Stay tuned.
    Constantly studying spots welds, mag well dimple shapes, center support rivet heads and selector markings for the last 12 years...

    BTW - Keep your BFH away from my AK!

    WTB Late East German 7.62 top cover and gas tube numbered 687.

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Quote Originally Posted by MPiKM-72
    I received my brown ronin grip. The color is very close to the Egyptian brown. The quality is great but it will not get tight enough with the Egyptian pistol grip screw. Not sure what is up with that.
    I bought a black Egyptian grip from him. It came with a hex head screw. I haven't had a chance to install the grip yet, but it looks like the grip was designed to use the included screw.

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertRat
    Quote Originally Posted by MPiKM-72
    I received my brown ronin grip. The color is very close to the Egyptian brown. The quality is great but it will not get tight enough with the Egyptian pistol grip screw. Not sure what is up with that.
    I bought a black Egyptian grip from him. It came with a hex head screw. I haven't had a chance to install the grip yet, but it looks like the grip was designed to use the included screw.

    Sadly mine didn't come with a screw - I ddin't buy one because my impression from what I read on the ronin website was I could use the screw I already had. I'm not quite ready to spend another $9 shipping. I may be able to use a washer of some type in the mean time.

    The ronin grip I bought was marketed as a brown Romanian. The texture of a bakelite Romanian grip was on the sides, but the seam area was polished perfectly smooth. If it were smooth on the sides as well it would be darn near perfect. I do like that it has inverse checkering like an Egyptian.
    Constantly studying spots welds, mag well dimple shapes, center support rivet heads and selector markings for the last 12 years...

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    Constantly studying spots welds, mag well dimple shapes, center support rivet heads and selector markings for the last 12 years...

    BTW - Keep your BFH away from my AK!

    WTB Late East German 7.62 top cover and gas tube numbered 687.

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilRazz
    nice nice nice.. looks like a keeper


    +1!


    -Dan-

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Finished. I believe the buttstock is from a Steyr Maadi as it has the nicest finish of any Maadi I have encountered. I bought the stock used on this board years ago (almost sold the stock in the past, too - glad I didn't). Grip is a Ronin Romanian Brown grip. He now offers the Egyptian grip in brown - I may change to that one day.

    One day I will have time to photograph it in better light.

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    Constantly studying spots welds, mag well dimple shapes, center support rivet heads and selector markings for the last 12 years...

    BTW - Keep your BFH away from my AK!

    WTB Late East German 7.62 top cover and gas tube numbered 687.

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Looks real nice! I'm sure the butt cost you a pretty penny back in the day.

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    That sure is sweet, my son and I hope to shoot some egyptian goodness next weekend. Sure is nice to see anything on this forum nowadays. You'll enjoy shooting that for sometime. We plan to check the zero on a few of our rifles, expend some ammo, and hunker down the rest of the year to see what developes.

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    Re: At last - a companion for my Y stamp Intrac

    Finally got her to the range - once zeroed with red box Monarch (Barnaul from Academy) 3 shots would consistently stay under 4 MOA. Definitely a keeper.

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    Constantly studying spots welds, mag well dimple shapes, center support rivet heads and selector markings for the last 12 years...

    BTW - Keep your BFH away from my AK!

    WTB Late East German 7.62 top cover and gas tube numbered 687.

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    Nice..... I am looking for one of these to de-ban myself one day. I know some folks consider these "parts guns" after the process but I sure don't. You get an imported barrel and receiver. I de-banned a MAK-90 and am damn proud of it even though I probably could have bought a pre-ban after the final tally. I consider these projects both a rescue of a gun in need and an act of civil defiance against stupid government laws.
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