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    That purple grip is the shiznet.
    Gun control = People control
    They want "Gun control" rather than CRIME CONTROL!

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    Arrgh!

    I hate you guys!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Templar
    Arrgh!

    I hate you guys!

    Tim,your Vector would be a good candidate for the conversion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOHNO
    Quote Originally Posted by Templar
    Arrgh!

    I hate you guys!

    Tim,your Vector would be a good candidate for the conversion.
    And thereby defeats the whole purpose of an inexpensive truck rifle.



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    Inexpensive truck rifle :lol: . Thats why I have 15 now. Started building so I wouldn't tear up my norinco. Then I didn't want to mess up my polish, romy, yugo, etc.... you get the picture. Just keep it in a good case and you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetTrends
    Inexpensive truck rifle :lol: . Thats why I have 15 now. Started building so I wouldn't tear up my norinco. Then I didn't want to mess up my polish, romy, yugo, etc.... you get the picture. Just keep it in a good case and you'll be fine.
    Yeah....but theft, or the threat of, is a factor as well. I had a Valmet M62/S and a Clayco underfolder stolen out of a vehicle back in 1990.



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    Dirty fuckers, I remember you saying something about that. Just build one, I think that might be number 16 Damn you guys, don't yall know I don't fight temptation very well.

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    I want to put one of these folders on a 7.62 gun I am building. I am using a standard GT AKM receiver. Does anyone have dimensions for the position of the cut for the latch at the front of the reveiver?

    For all the cuts in the rear I can measure the new stock trunion.

    That slot on the passenger side rear is not going to be fun. I will have to mill it out and then square up the two corners with a file.

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    I see you completed your own Khyber Pass Special, aurang has taught you well, the power of mud-hut gunsmithing is strong with you indeed.




    BTW, here's mine, best I can tell the 2nd Khyber Pass Special done in the United States...



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    Could I use a DC economy AK receiver for this build?

    Also will the sidefolder rear trunion fit?

    Man now I want to build one, I think I have been near Kyber pass (Shkin Firebase) when I was in Afghanistan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefalle7
    Could I use a DC economy AK receiver for this build?
    YES
    Also will the sidefolder rear trunion fit? Yes if you make the cuts and drill all the holes
    Man now I want to build one, I think I have been near Kyber pass (Shkin Firebase) when I was in Afghanistan. Better you than me

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    Good to see you chime in aurang!
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    Sweet

    Here are some pics of the infamous Shkin firebase








    Quote Originally Posted by steelcore1964
    Quote Originally Posted by freefalle7
    Could I use a DC economy AK receiver for this build?
    YES
    Also will the sidefolder rear trunion fit? Yes if you make the cuts and drill all the holes
    Man now I want to build one, I think I have been near Kyber pass (Shkin Firebase) when I was in Afghanistan. Better you than me

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    So Johno,since you have a Russian rear sidefolder trunion could you swap your triangle folder for a Russian AK-100 series poly sidefolder?The reason I'm asking is because I'm gonna have a Bulgi. AKS-74 built as well as a Khyber and I was thinking I could build my Khyber with the Bulgi. trunion and folder and buy a Russian Triangle folder and trunion for the 74 which would allow me to use the AK-100 series poly sidefolder as well.
    Gun control = People control
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    There is a difference in the pin size that holds the two stocks on.
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