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I have a 1988 AKS-74N clone that I had built from a parts kit. It is all matching and has a RMP-3 Optics Rail, and a Russian 4.5mm stock. It was built by Mario at Piece of History Firearms, one of the best AK builders in the world (http://pieceofhistoryfirearms.com/).

All the parts on the rifle are Russian besides these:
-The 74ULLC receiver with extra Y stamp with perfect Russian markings and spot welds, closet thing you can get to a Russian receiver in the United States and can be converted to a post 1986 full auto dealer sample (http://74ullc.com/).
-Soviet spec Bulgarian barrel which is chrome lined and very durable to military standards.
-Red Star Arms fire control group (http://www.redstararms.com/index1.html?1136.html&1)

The rifle was refinished with semi-gloss molly resin over parka and is still identical to the original finish. This rifle has only been test fired for function and does come with the original Full Auto Fire Control Group, a Soviet medical pack, and the tourniquet to go into the stock (mag not included). Here is your chance to get a Soviet AK-74N and not a cheap Romanian or Bulgarian AK but a piece of history without the 1-2 year wait to get it built/restored.




I am asking $2000 for everything plus actual shipping.

I take paypal + 4%, check, and money order.


The rifle is coming from North Carolina.


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Can't see any of the rivet work if you mind taking some more pics. Also the barrel is Bulgarian original correct? All other parts being a matching number Russian kit with a matching number 74U LLC receiver?
 

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Can't see any of the rivet work if you mind taking some more pics. Also the barrel is Bulgarian original correct? All other parts being a matching number Russian kit with a matching number 74U LLC receiver?
I will take pictures of the rivet work and it has a Bulgarian barrel. All parts matching number Russian kit with a matching 74U LLC receiver.
 

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Since you state the barrel is Bulgarian, how about some pics of the small serial number on the barrel and the journal marking numbers.

Because over at ar15.com you stated the barrel is from Atlantic Firearms. Is it a US made barrel or a Bulgarian hammer forged barrel?


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I'd appreciate pictures of the imported Bulgarian journal markings and barrel serial number under the hanguard.


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Since you state the barrel is Bulgarian, how about some pics of the small serial number on the barrel and the journal marking numbers.

Because over at ar15.com you stated the barrel is from Atlantic Firearms. Is it a US made barrel or a Bulgarian hammer forged barrel?


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7 I purchased a virgin Bulgarian barrel from Atlantic Firearms. Here are the pictures you requested (please excuse the robe and family guy pants):

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