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All prices include shipping (USPS) to CONUS. I prefer PayPal gift option (no fees) Trades considered for Promag S12 mags, Promag S.308 mags, Tapco (AK not Saiga) collapsible stock in black. PM's are ok for questions but an "I'll take it" gets it. Leftover S.308 trigger parts including BHO $5.00 Tapco sling attachment $5.00 Polymer rails, rail covers and sling loops $10.00 (SOLD) Ribbed AK dust cover $20.00 S12 thread protector (plastic) $2.50 S12 phantom brake/flashider $25.00 (SOLD) AK/SKS/SAIGA cleaning-tool kits $5.00 each( 4 left ) AMD-65 grips $10.00 per pair. AK hand guard set with rail $10.00 (SOLD) AK hand guard set smooth $15.00 Tapco S12 hand guard with rail $20.00 New Promag 30rd mag (x39) $10 Tan Tapco saw grip $10.00 I.O. AK grip $10.00 Saiga factory buttstock (filled with thermoplastic adhesive and SOLID) $10.00 NATO-length buttstocks from Century conversions (very solid) $15.00 each (BOTH SOLD) Tapco folder $20.00 Tapco T6 stock with grip for unconverted Saigas (buttpad not included) $30.00 Factory Saiga hand guard for .223 or x39 $20.00 Tapco fixed stock (Warsaw length) $20.00 (SPF) Holster for large frame autos with flap $10.00 Uncle Mike's Sidekick holster size 5 $10.00 each 7.62 x 39 laser boresighter $20.00
Hey, quick question folks: Does anyone know for certain what the surplus amd65 muzzle brake's threads are? https://www.apexgunparts.com/product_info.php/cPath/21_69/products_id/453 i hear the tapco extension on the rifles civies buy are 14x1 LH, and it would seem common sense that the surplus brake is threaded the same, but i do want to make sure, because i have this idea to [oh come on now, i cant tell you that.. nobody else has done this yet.. no its not going on an amd] and with those parts being 10 bucks a piece, i figure i could get a couple of them if my idea is correct. Thanks.
Anyone install an AMD-65 style brake on their 308? Any thoughts on the AMD brake? As I have not shot an AMD, how effective of a brake are they? I am in the process of finalizing the front end of my 308. Like most in todays economy I am cash starved and need to utilize my funds wisely. I found surplus AMD-65 Brakes for $10. While they are M14x1L thread I don't think there would be any issue moddifying it to 5/8"x24R, which is what I plan on threading my barrel to. As funds permit I plan to upgrade to either an FSC30 or Big Chubby. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
So i bought an TI FEG Amd65. Initial impressions good. There is no cant to the sight block, the mag well is really tight but still acepts my surplus steel mags,and the tapco that it came with. It really ate up my bulgy polymers. The fit on all the parts is SUPER tight. Including the folder mech. Damn near gotta stand on tge push button to depress it. The pait looks like little more than krylon,though it is sprayed even and run free. The factory grips had some cuts in them. Overall for $435 OTD Im pleased. So I took it to the range today. I foolishly started at 100yrds..i wasted 40 rnds before i gave up and moved to 50 took another 20 rnds before i could see figure out where it hitting. So i compensated and first round hit the paper and knocked the back board down. I fired on subsequent shot before looking through the spotter scope. To my horror i notice one elongated hole next a perfectly round one. So i fired about 50 more rounds all the gruops were really tight (most shots were touching), and i never saw another keyhole. So I'm wondering has anybody ever seen a gun key hole every once in a great while,or is it more likely that I just failed to notice that hole earlier? yes I'll include pics later. Thanks in advance for any advice. *my pic files are too big, so heres a link to the pic: http://s1195.photobucket.com/albums/aa382/poolingmyignorance/?action=view¤t=AMD65keyhole.jpg http://s1195.photobucket.com/albums/aa382/poolingmyignorance/?action=view¤t=AMD65keyhole.jpg#!oZZ2QQcurrentZZhttp%3A%2F%2Fs1195.photobucket.com%2Falbums%2Faa382%2Fpoolingmyignorance%2F%3Faction%3Dview%26current%3DAMD65.jpg