With a little research and effort any tool needed to work on an AK can be made with simple tools. Where there's a will there's a way.
For the bullet guide rivet I just put a rivet head sized punch in my bench vise so that it was resting on the bottom of the movable jaw and was sticking up enough to support the rivet head which also pushed the bullet guide up against it's recess in the receiver. Then with the receiver upside down flattened/set the skinny side of the rivet using a 5/16 punch and 4# hammer. Then flipped it over used a 3/8" or 5/16" punch mounted in the vise to support the bottom side of the rivet and used a skinner punch to blend the rivet head to match the bullet guide. Lastly , ground the top side smooth with a dremel and 3/4" sanding drum.
Circle is where the rivet head goes and you can make out a little bit of the edge at about the 10:00-11:00 area. Arrow points to bullet guide cam that starts the bolt rotating so that the carrier can finish the rotation and lock the bolt.
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