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Hello...I am new to this entire concept ( an older male not very adept at computers), so I apologize in advance for any possible breaks in protocol. I am trying to find a new stock for a MAK 90 Norinco AK 47... Does anyone out there have any suggestions? I am also in the process of obtaining a VIrginia concealed carry permit and may need some help in that regard. Thank you....Curt
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I moved from VA about a year and a half ago. It's very easy to get a CCW permit in VA. Check out this link:
Virginia State Police - Resident Concealed Handgun Permits
Concealed Handgun Permit Firearms Safety Class - Virginia Concealed Handgun Permit
I lived in Chesapeake...took my CC class online...went to my city's courthouse, filled out the application form and paid the fee, walked over to the police station and got put into the database, walked back to the courthouse and submitted my final form. Waited about 10 days and received a notice to pickup my CCW permit from the courthouse.
In relation to the MAK 90, I modified mine this year--the stock is super easy to take off/replace! Just unscrew the bolt under the grip and the 2 screws on top of the tang. Not sure if you want a collapsible or synthetic stock--or if you want to stick with real wood. I opted for a Magpul CTR stock--if you go collapsible you will have to also purchase a buffer tube (for either a stamped or milled receiver & either military or commercial stock), but they are fairly cheap if you get a polymer one. Either way, whether you go with wood or synthetic, you need to see if you have a slant-cut or straight-cut receiver (which you probably do--the slant cuts are rare, but they are a royal pain to find a good stock for). If you have slant, then your choices for stocks will be limited but is still doable.
Keep in mind, once you replace the stock and then have a pistol grip, you have to adhere to 922r compliance foolishness since your gun is imported:
Here's a good website to make that easy to understand, though I don't have any Tapco parts except their magazines:
TAPCO - Section 922r Compliance
Here's how mine turned out--the handguard set was a pain to get on but was worth the time...good luck! Hope this helps some...
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