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So, there was alot of overlapping with the wood I guess. I havnt really seen any plum 74s in Afgan pics.
 

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So Rob.........in your opinion, this time frame, 85-91, would actually include both folders (AKS74) and full stocked (AK74) rifles. I mean, no difference really??
 

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Exactly.......excellent. 10-4



Do you guys realize this may be the "Golden Age" of AK collecting and building?? All the variations and previously unavailable parts now being acquirable. This is GREAT. :goof:

Other than the fact it all costs money that is.............. :sad:
 

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Tomovich said:
Exactly.......excellent. 10-4



Do you guys realize this may be the "Golden Age" of AK collecting and building?? All the variations and previously unavailable parts now being acquirable. This is GREAT. :goof:

Other than the fact it all costs money that is.............. :sad:
Well, with the barrel ban I think the golden age is coming to an end..

Also, the really good stuff is uber expensive..
 

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I know..........I keep buying it from YOU!! :lol:



Just kidding............. :mrgreen:
 

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I've seen alot of pics of Russian Plumb 74s on the Frontier,Uzbekistan,Tajikistan .....................
 

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Huey plumb furniture was in use in Afghanistan...

Templar has already shown a color photo...

Heres just one of my pics showing a plumb AKS-74

 
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