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    Deco of AK12 available in Russia

    Izmash made party of deco AK12 guns.

    Some photos from seller:















    I bought one and ready to answer, if you have questions Price here - 465$
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    Oh sure just rub it in man lmao... bastard

    For 465 here you get Snicklefritz

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    How do I get one?
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    Cool pics!

    Is there a restriction on magazine capacity in Russia?

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    Great rifle at an appealing price, nice purchase. Are civilian owners allowed to have the magwell opened up (after purchase) to accommodate double-stack magazines?
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    cool, I’d pay that for it all day long. The bolt and mag are clearly toast, did they get the front trunnion and barrel as well? Even so, most of the usable stuff could be retrofitted to a working rifle (or vise versa, good parts to replace those that are inop) for even more fun—not sure how that works over there though, in terms of legality. I thought they had started making a civvy version too? Like the Saiga equivalent of the ak12.

    Prepare to be inundated with PM’s from parts hungry members lmao. Thanks for sharing OP

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    If you are interested in Russian gun laws please watch this video
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    Quote Originally Posted by ems View Post
    I thought they had started making a civvy version too?
    Nope, it has marking of original AK12 and additional after deactivate. 6P70 - index of GRAU for AK12. This is deactivated AK12, not originally produced civilian version.

    Cutted mag - standart procedure of deactivation on Izmash, just procedure, not laws
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    I’m a little slow. Didn’t realize deco = decommissioned. I kept looking for design elements from the 1920/30s.
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    From experience with the older Izhmash made "MMG"s, ALL the functional pieces are cut or welded, in some shape or form.

    The good news from the AK-12 perspective though is that the parts that can normally be "harvested" from an Izhmash MMG are the AK-12 specific parts. In other words, none of the conversion parts have been harmed.

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    What are the functional differences between an AK-12 and any other AK rifle that's chambered in 5.45? Any time I see these rifles it just looks like minor cosmetic differences that are relatively irrelevant. Like you could accomplish much the same by just putting some tacti-swag on an AK-74.

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    Would the front trunnion be decommissioned in any way?
    And I'm assuming the piston would be cut?
    Also, is the stock damaged, or is that just oil on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abaddon13 View Post
    Would the front trunnion be decommissioned in any way?
    And I'm assuming the piston would be cut?
    Also, is the stock damaged, or is that just oil on it?
    They used to have ALL the locking lugs ground away. Piston cut, and the bottom ramp of the bolt carrier itself.

    Some didn't even have real gas blocks or real barrels. Gas blocks would be undrilled, and the barrel would be a solid piece of metal vs an actual barrel that was deactivated.

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    burnnrbr, abaddon13 and akraider like this.
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    Can you provide some more photos, please, of the tension mechanism that holds the rear of the dust cover secure and how it works? The way it looks there are three points of tension on the rear and according to some videos I've seen; it takes a good amount of force to seat the top cover forward before the pin can be push all the way in and latched. I've seen this go thru several changes in the development of this system and this final one leaves a lot to be desired in photos and videos so far on the internet. If you could provide some insight it would be greatly appreciated.

 

 
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