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I got to looking at the barrel on my IZ 132 and it looks like there are threads on the barrel underneath the shrouded portion of the front site. I will try to get a good pic of it later, I just don't want to go dig it out of the safe right now. My question about that is what would be the best way to expose the possible threads without taking the entire front site off or doing any damage to possible said threads? Take it slow with a Dremel and cutting wheel? A pipe cutter? I'd like to keep the site where it is if at all possible and just drill out the hole for a detent since I have those p
just though id share: http://englishrussia.com/2011/01/05/sort-of-guys-you-feel-secure-with/
Hi, I am selling a Mako Galil-Style Folding, Collapsible Butt stock for the AK. I was going to use this on a saiga rifle conversion, but I ended up selling the rifle. So I could use the money for another project. I never mounted this stock to the rifle; I just removed it from its original package. I am asking $300 $275 shipped in the U.S. From The Mako Group website: Collapsible stock system utilizes the rugged Galil folding mechanism to adapt AK-47 rifles to enable collapsible stocks that fold to the side. Includes GLR-16 buttstock. Solid hardened steel adapter bol
Hey everybody, Im relatively new to this forum, but have gotten information regarding the saiga 7.62x39 conversion I did recently. Just wanted to get some input on what you guys think about it. Go easy tho as it was my first conversion and my first Saiga rifle. Here are the parts i used: K-var buttstock UTG quad rail Magpul AFG v2 Tapco G2 trigger group moddified Retaining plate Hogue Pistol Grip Standard bolt on angled trigger guard. Ncstar Tactical Flashlight Round Bullet Guide. All the internals were purchased from Carolina Shooters Supply, which I might add has been a pleasure