This is a discussion on AK Furniture within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; A friend of mine has a Norinco AK-47 with no stocks. I know nothing about these beasts. What would it cost him for a decent ...
A friend of mine has a Norinco AK-47 with no stocks. I know nothing about these beasts. What would it cost him for a decent set?
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Couple of hundred at most if cost conscious, several hundred if not. I have an old wood set available I took off my Mak-90. The old thumb hole model. Here's a pic of my new set up:
Her's a pic of the wood I have:
A lot of folks hate the MAK-90 set up like this.........
There's a thread recently where I posted a lot of links on AK parts. He needs to think about 922 too.
The MAK-90 is a post ban AK ("Modified", hence MAK to meet ban criteria, hence the fullstock with the thumb hole). Norinco made several AK's, but generally are considered middle to top quality, with pretty good triggers.
I've added some links to help identify the AK, model, possibly factory, etc.
Also important is whether it is a milled receiver or stamped, and whether it has a straight cut or angle cut receiver.
Here are some links:
The AK Page of Drzero.org
MAK90, MAK-90, MAK 90, MAC90, MAC-90, MAC 90
Have fun! There are a lot of other Norinco's floating around too - and a lot of info available
Last edited by Rock and Glock; February 25th, 2008 at 05:59 PM.
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