Isn't that over near Kim Son near GRB? :confused:Quote:
Originally Posted by Trueno
Pic for the pic thread.
sgl21-61 to ak104 "clone" conversion. sandblasted and refinished with duplicolor semigloss. stock and brake blind pinned for legalities. last two pics are before the refinish.
not a super-duper exact 1:1 clone but im happy with it. had to unfuck some overlooked shit in order to get the front post cosmetic center @ battle-zero. ak-usa extended brake, bulgy fs/gb, bulgy rsb, custom engraved saiga leaf sight, roudtab pg plate, izzy 100 series stock
Waiting on Form 1
Chris Butler Extended brake
Krebs Safety lever
Tapco G2 Trigger
Ultimak rail with Aimpoint T1
Hogue pistol grip.
I love this gun!
here is my Saiga IZ340 I converted AK74 5.45x39
added ironwood designs wood, custom cut slots in lower hand guard to match upper guard.
painted black with appliance enamel
sightmark Dr site
bulgarian muzzle break
Tapco G2 double hook trigger
magpul rear sling mount, custom front mount for a lefty.
coated with mahogany stain and red RIT dye mixed into polyurethane.
aftermarket trigger guard
it turned out great.
Searching for something else I still ran across a few more AK photos from the past:
In this 1979 photo, a young Khmer Rouge soldier holds a North Korean-made AK-47 rifle after fleeing to Thailand ahead of advancing Vietnamese troops.
A Taliban militiaman checks his AK-47 while cleaning it between skirmishes in the mountains of Afghanistan.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) holds an AK-47 with a modified shoulder stock and ammunition drum during a 1999 news conference in Washington D.C.
Esmad Ullah, a teenage soldier in Afghanistan’s national army, could be the poster child for the ubiquity of the AK-47 assault rifle. The picture was taken in 2003, near Ullah’s observation post outside of Kabul.
Squeeze, don’t pull. A Palestinian girl receives a lesson in the art of firing an AK-47 from a police officer. She was among some 30,000 Palestinian youngsters who attended special summer camps across Gaza in 2000, where they were taught to handle weapons and schooled in guerrilla warfare tactics.
Somali pirates armed with AK-47s guard their French hostages, taken when they seized the sailing yacht Tanit off the African coast in April. One hostage was killed when French navy commandos swooped in after the pirates threatened to begin executing hostages. AK-47s are cheap and plentiful, making them the weapon of choice for terrorists the world over.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the AK-47’s inventor, shows off his handiwork in 1997 ahead of festivities to mark the weapon’s 50th anniversary.
Early in the Iran-Iraq War, an AK-47-toting Iranian soldier watches smoke rising from burning oil refineries near the Iranian city of Abadan. The Iraqis included AK-47s in their arsenal as well, although the Soviet Union imposed an arms embargo on Iraq after Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Iran. Iraq’s new partner, the United States, was able to provide Saddam’s troops with the spare parts necessary to keep their Russian-made weapons functional.
This photo is still available for avatar:
A woman of Southern Ethiopia’s Mursi tribe holds two instruments of modernity, an AK-47 and an iPod.
What is M.K's? A toy or some sort of faux model?
It appears to be milled with some writing above his right index finger which I'd like to read, but that furniture is certainly not the Russian laminate most often seen.
Here are a few more African AK's mostly, photo links I believe of Somali child warriors saved and now posted here:
A Daasanach herder and the goatskin adorned muzzle of his AK-47 rifle.
you could have found that hereQuote:
Originally Posted by jrsuds
The Ak M.K. is holding on his picture is obviously an airsoft one.. there is a documentary around which shows him sitting at his desk, with his ak next to him.. And you can see on the background on top of his closet the (airsoft) box that held the gun..
Originally Posted by Trueno
Blank cartridge, usually a higher pressure one, launches grenade out of cup and the "spoon" comes away from the grenade arming it. Same principle with the rifle grenade launched from a spigot attachment or the right size flash suppressor.
this is a beautiful photo.
Iconic Iraqi dress and a classic rifle indeed ^.
Alpha Group, Russia’s trigger-happy counter-terrorist squad of 700 hardcore dudes.
U.S. Navy SEALs
The Kaibiles Guatemala’s fearless counter revolutionary commando forces
Kopassus Formed in 1952, the Indonesian Army’s feared special forces group