My big RPK Russian Clone job for a member (hi res pics)
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    My big RPK Russian Clone job for a member (hi res pics)

    As most of you know by now, I stamp, engrave and scribe AK parts to match the real Russian AK markings as close as my abilities and tools aloud. This one job was a challenge and super fun because the member wanted EVERYTHING done. (jumping ahead, I will say it was so much fun, I should have paid him to let me do it.... but I won't)
    Anyway, some pars were new unmarked, some required removal of the old markings, but everything you see in the pictures here was marked/stamped/hand engraved/electropenciled by me.
    Here we go:















    The spring assembly is stamped on the end or the thumb piece to have the number visible when assembled.
    PA3 C ABTOMATOM, TO BCE KAK B CKA3KE!

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    Re: My big RPK Russian Clone job for a member (hi res pics)

    I wish I could send you My AES10 B for an overhaul
    One day I will have a nice collection of AKs... instead of a nice collection of cardboard boxes.

    WTB:
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    Re: My big RPK Russian Clone job for a member (hi res pics)

    Okay, well that does it, I need to send you a care package of parts! Very, very well done!
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    yep looks great! i am still working on that sheet for me.....i have actually 2 or 3 i need done.....well when i get a chance to work on it i will
    i love my little ak-nut! i want to hug him and squeeze him, pet him and brush his hair

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    Re: My big RPK Russian Clone job for a member (hi res pics)

    Do anything other than Russian

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    Re: My big RPK Russian Clone job for a member (hi res pics)

    Hi guys, figure I'll pipe in finally. Serzant did this job for me and, although I haven't received the parts yet, I can tell you he was A+ on communication and patience the entire way! It took me a while and a few packages to him to find out exactly what I wanted and how to mark this kit as accurately as possible. It is going to turn out as a great clone once I find a receiver to use. (since it is a 1972 I think I can use a Nodak Yugo receiver w/dimples for the build)
    I'll be sure to post pics once it's done. (which will be a while) I am just a poor college kid now and my minimum wage job is no longer around and even if it was, the money would be going elsewhere. I hope to send it off in the next year or two for building-hopefully to CW Classics if he can pull his operation back together. He does amazing work and is a really nice guy.

    Thanks again guys! Please post if you have any constructive criticism-I ordered all of this work exactly as Serzant did it, so if any of it is incorrect, lmk! I am hoping my RPK can be a model for any other people w/ non-Russian RPK kits who hope to make a clone. Oh and Tantal, I'm glad you like it! Thanks so much for the pointers along the way (Stottman too!)

    Andy
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