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  1. General Discussion
    So the more I have read and the more videos I have watched I am realizing that I may have not headspaced my PSL correctly. I was under the impression that the bolt not rotating 100% of its range of motion on a no-go gauge meant that it was good to go. However using this method resulted in the...
  2. Troubleshooting
    I sent my new wasr 10 to get a new finish at a reputable ak gunsmith , I got a call saying the headspace was also off by a bit and that he would fix it with a oversized pin so I agreed. When I got my ak back it still had the same standard .277 barrel pin in . On the receipt it was listed as ak...
  3. Troubleshooting
    Pretty self explanatory, but the carrier comes to a hard stop about an inch or so before it can be fully seated, but the bolt itself sits flush on the barrel. Seemingly perfectly locked in. I bought an already headspaced barrel and I did not have this issue when I first put it together. Am I...
  4. Troubleshooting
    Hey there, long time lurker first time poster. So, I just finished building my first kit, a fully matching fixed stock Polish AKM. Did the deal proper, used a rivet jig and hydrolic press and the whole shebang. She's a beaut :)I headspaced the virgin barrel using CIP go and no-go gauges...
  5. General Discussion
    Being the anal-retentive person that I am, I decided to buy some headspace guages and verify the headspace on my CAI GP1975 as well as my VZ2008s. I bought a set of Clymer Go/No Go guages (SAAMI spec), and neither my GP1975 nor any of my VZ2008s will fully close on the Go guage. Both will lock...
  6. Yugoslavian
    Have a threaded Yugoslavian rapid fire receiver took a barrel out of parts kit sawn receiver put barrel in new receiver and for headspace the barrel has a gap between receiver and barrel is not completely tight either do they make a crush spacer please advise
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