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3Th hole, So no.
 

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That thing could pretty easily be turned back into a working receiver. If you bring it to the States, you should probably pack your bags 'cause you'll be taking a vacation to Club Fed.
 

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I'd have him finish demilling it and just send you the trigger gaurd and rear trunnion.

Then throw away the receiver in his dumpster.
 

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That piece is so illegal its not funny.

That's a 5 year PMITA prison chunk of metal that you are looking at.

Shame they torched the trunnion though, that was a waste.

3 torch cuts displacing at least 1/4 (I think) of metal though the middle of the receiver with one of those cuts going right though the third hole so that it is completely wiped out.

Very very illegal part you got there unless you are a class 9 dealer or something.

Shame that wasn't a registered deact. If it was, then you could legally restore it back to functioning full auto. Would be worth about 15,000-20,000 dollars if all legal and registered. It appears to be pretty easy to restore deactivated AK47s.
 

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bobotech said:
That piece is so illegal its not funny.

That's a 5 year PMITA prison chunk of metal that you are looking at.

Shame they torched the trunnion though, that was a waste.

3 torch cuts displacing at least 1/4 (I think) of metal though the middle of the receiver with one of those cuts going right though the third hole so that it is completely wiped out.

Very very illegal part you got there unless you are a class 9 dealer or something.

Shame that wasn't a registered deact. If it was, then you could legally restore it back to functioning full auto. Would be worth about 15,000-20,000 dollars if all legal and registered. It appears to be pretty easy to restore deactivated AK47s.
its not illegal in germany... barrel is illegal, probably why they hacked the trunion.
 

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Those torched receivers are fairly common and inexpensive in Germany and other parts of Europe. They cost $20-$40 and are totally illegal in the U.S. as its all ready been pointed out. Kinda hurts to look at eh?
 

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Rusmilitary has some info on deacts in Euro market.

BRITISH & EUROPEAN MARKET: Deactivated AK-105 (MMG) has gained a Type approval by the Russian authorities, member of International Proof Commission (CIP) and modification of its parts excludes any possibility of converting it into an active firearm. Russian Proof Certificate No: RU.MZh03.B00426. This type of deactivated weapons does NOT require the UK proof marks, due to its compliance with European Weapons Directive 91/477 EEC Annex III (a): For the purposes of this Annex objects which corresponds to the definition of a 'firearm' shall not be included in that definition if they: (a) have been rendered permanently unfit for use by the application of technical procedures which are guaranteed by an official body or recognised by such a body. In this case, this body is the Russian Proof Authority. As for the latest Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006, 'deactivated firearms and antique imitations (such as old dummy rifles used for drill practice) are expressly excluded from the definition of realistic imitation firearm and are therefore not affected by the new offence either'. FSU Connections takes full responsibility for the safe shipping of deactivated weapons to any European country, which is a member of European Union. All goods are insured and Credit Card payments are welcome

USA MARKET: Due to the fact that deactivated rifles have a real receiver (gun part banned for importation into the US), we do not sell deacts to the US
 
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