Russian 1968 Tula made AKM with Tula Bakelite 30 Round Magazine. All parts except magazine were original to the kit minus the barrel which is Romanian. Enjoy, Steve
Desert Fox Outfitters in Wickenburg, Arizona. They cost $200 each which is about twice the cost of a non-Soviet trunnion, but unlike Romanian, Polish, or Egyptian trunnions, Soviet trunnions are insanely hard to find and no new ones are being imported or likely to come in from Europe.Care to share?
Yeah, it's a Russian trunnion though, so these are much scarcer, and Soviet parts - whether individual pieces or complete kits - go for about twice what other ones do. Look at the difference between one of the $650 RGuns '69 Izhevsk kits and what a Romanian, Polish, or Egyptian kit goes for. Nice East German kits are getting kind of pricey too. And compare what Soviet AKM parts like the one APEX offers cost compared to parts from other countries.A $200.00 trunnion...amazing! Values of these rifles is soaring. Thank you for the information.