Mak-90 Rebuild - Opinions & Experience Needed
I have a post-1990 Norinco Mak-90 in 7.62X39 mm. It has the awkward and heavy thumb hole stock. :dead: As my first centerfire rifle and my first attempt to modify a weapon, I'm considering going with the evil black gun theme for the party dress. The traditional "little black dress"......More of a beginners "winter" project, so to speak.
Having no experience with after-market parts or manufacturers, I'd like your opinions on the following parts and / or ideas, all from Midway:
Stock: Tapco adjustable :
Command Arms Forends:
Command Arms Pistol Grip:
And a Wilson Combat Shok Buffer:
If you have any experience with these parts and/or the manufacturers, please feel free to voice your opinions. I'm trying to hold the costs down here, so I've avoided the higher dollar stuff if possible. Likewise, I'm fairly small and short armed, so the adjustable stock looked useful. The forend had the rails for other "toys" later.....If you share alternatives, please indicate "why" and "where" to obtain.
If you consider me just crazy for spending this on a MAK :rofl: , feel free to voice that opinion too, with specificity and alternatives.
Of course, the rest of the build will insure 922 compliance, this is, for the most part, the "cosmetics".
I'll also be buying additional high-cap mags, so if you've found a particular brand or country's best for a MAK, please let me know.
Many thanks for the input and ideas!