Really need to know the receiver type, If stamped, straight or angle cut. I put a Ironwood laminate on my milled NHM91. It needed a little fitting work, but not bad. I 'kinda hate to post the pic of it here with Z_Recto looking on, but it was my first attempt at finishing AK wood. Mine had the dark stained/painted thumb-hole.
Where did you get the fixed legged bipod and muzzle brake/hidder??
I got the CDNN NHM91 adjustable leg bipod but its tooo small to fit on the barrel.
How do I tell what receiver I have?
The Norinco I have is a stamped. It has a 90deg right angle where the receiver and stock come together.
SO I guess its a straight cut stamped.
Is the RPK stamped receiver the same size as a stamped MAK90
So what US or Imported stocks, wood or plastic, will fit with little to no fitting?
Where do I get a US parts kit for the NHM91?
Are all the internals of AK's universal?
I got a US kit when I bought my Yugo RPK kit.
The kit is marked #KI504B. Will it work on my NHM91?
Sorry for so many ???'s.
I never owned or knew much about AK's other than a FEG SA85M that I had for 3 days then returned it for a SAR8 :grin:
Now in the last month I was traded a NHM91 and bought an Yugo RPK parts kit.
The Russian set I have has lots of storage wear and will need to be refinished, but that is not a big deal.
I do not have a pic of it in particular, but it looks/will look like this one.
In addition to the refinish, it will need to have the front of the lower HG modified to fit the Chinese HG retainer and the rear of the lwoer thinned to fit into teh Chinese recevier.
The tang slot on the buttstock will ned to be lengthened as well.
I can do all the mods if you wanted the set.
It is a lot of work, but the results are impressive.
Russian wood is the best thing to make your rifle stand out from the crowd.
CIA trigger parts are useable, though not the best.
A lot of guys use them without any complaints.
You may have an issue with trigger slap or a not so smooth trigger, but these came be remedied with a little easy work.
Century's gas pistons are fine and I have used them on several builds.
I have never heard of any problems with these.
These should work out fine in your Chinese rifle, but if you want to have a better trigger group, a Gordon Tech/Tapco G2 set is hard to beat.
I cant help you with the bipod other than to say post some want to buy ads and hope that something turns up.