This one is my free style AK. And, this is about as radical as I want to get with an AK. It's built on a matching numbered Copes cut barrel kit. I used a $50 hungarian AKM barrel, (I'm assuming AMMS) that I also bought from Copes. The NDS-65 receiver is custom serial numbered to the kit. Compliance parts are receiver, FCG, gas piston, handguards and pistol grip. I was fortunate that all of the AMD barrel parts assembled with a good press fit on the barrel. The finish is HK Black Duracoat over park. The length of the barrel is 16.25" including the removable muzzle devise. No SBR necessary. The brake is a fake. That's just fine with me. I'm not crazy about that AMD fireball from a snake brake anyway. The two benefits I get from it are the neat looks and it doesn't hurt to have a little weight on the end of that barrel to dampen muzzle rise. I bored the AMD65 brake to where it would slip over the barrel. Then I cut the end off of a slant brake, turned the brake with the slant cut off around backwards and pressed it into the bored out muzzle end of the AMD brake. Also I have the option of putting other muzzle devises on it if I want. I used an AK47 receiver cover because I wanted the thicker metal to mount the windage adjustable AR15 receiver sight. I made a cover for the gaping hole left from the removed AK standard rear sight. And before you jump all over me about not returning to zero, hear me out. I thought of a way to make the receiver cover sight return to zero. I've tested it and it works. I will write a separate thread on it soon. I'm going to let the Duracoat cure for about 2 weeks and then do some shooting. This one should be fun.