This is a discussion on Contemplating an AK within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Some dremel work is required. It is basic cutting/grinding down a couple rivets to remove the factory trigger guard. Once that is off, you just ...
Some dremel work is required. It is basic cutting/grinding down a couple rivets to remove the factory trigger guard. Once that is off, you just pull out the FCG and the rest is replacement parts that drop in.
If you want to run milsurp AK mags you will have to drill and thread for a bullet guide and grind the mag latch down some.
My 7.62 has gone through a few variations....starting with the bolt on tapco stock and pistol grip w/o moving FCG to what it is now.
Thanks for the FYI about my PM folder.
Lancaster actually has a very spotty rep. overall and can be hit and miss as far as quality control.;. Do a search and you will see. Arsenal assembles a good AK and Saiga's are great rifles made right in the orginal AK factory in mother Russia.
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S&W 642 Airweight, Ruger SP 101, Colt Detective Spec., CZ RAMI, Kahr PM9, Kahr CW40, S&W Model 10-7, Glock 30, 19, and 26, Browning Hi Power, CZ82, Colt Commander, Dan Wesson PM7, Ruger LCP