AK Picture Thread!

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Yall have some killer looking AK's

Here is a pic of my underfolder...
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Might wanna put some oil and/or a wire brush to that barrel. dang.
 
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I finished the M92 wood myself using one coat of Minwax 'Red Mahogony' stain, and then three coats of Minwax 'Tung Oil Finish'. A little rubbing with 0000-steel wool between coats (36 hours drying time between coats) and it turned out beautifully. Ironwood produces a wonderful product and I highly recommend them.

Here's a shot of one of my older AK's with Ironwood furniture...though I prefer the fuller grip style that you see on my M92. Makes the gun feel much more substantial in the hand!
Totally gorgeous. I like the "fuller" pistol grip style myself, too. Reminds me vaguely of an FAL. The stubby one there would be a perfect front grip for an AMD. Lemme know if you want to part with it?
 

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My Chinese Type 56

Here's a video taken a while back of my AK firing. My buddy is firing it at 1:13 into the video.

 
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Here is my AK, (with some history , I might add). It is an original Russian Izhsmash, machined, not stamped which makes it a bit heavier than the more modern copies and inevitably means, less recoil...
Although I have retained all original parts for colectability purposes, I have replace the grips with an ergonomic version, I have attached a Tapco slant muzzle break for improved muzzle control and attached a small picatiny rail on the barrel for a torch. I regularly compete with my AK. It is accurate and very reliable...
 

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Here are a couple pics of my Norinco NHM 91, I changed out the ugly thumbhole stock, and it is a huge improvement.
 

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chrismetallica1

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Wifes AK new furniture

Ok she decided to opt for glow in the dark green. She wants me to notch the safety for a bolt hold open when on the range. Not sure on this, is it worth doing?

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Didn't think people from England could still own AK47's and the likes.
 

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Yes on FAC (firearms certificate) however only semi-autos we can have are .22 rimfire. With AK's the gas block is solid so it manual op straight put to chamber each round
 

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GOOD DEAL FOR AK-47 NHM91?

Just got this today for $600 and a bersa ultra compact pro 9mm and was wondering what y'all thought. came with 12 30 round mags (10 were tapco,2 were steel) bipod,1100 rounds and original wood stock.Thanks!


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Yugoslavian M-64 milled receiver / homebuild via repair plates and reweld. Picture #1

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I said this before, but without quoting, so I don't know if it was linked to this photo.
Beautiful... Not only the gun, with it's weathered finish and time worn wooden furniture, but the photo in general as well... the autumn leaves and acorns... twilight of the year acquiescing to the years of life seen by the AK-47. Nice...
 

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Russian Type III AK-47 clone (circa 1953): Russian parts kit built by Mario @ Piece of History Firearms (Tucson, AZ) on a limited run Firing Line Type III milled receiver. Shown with a Tula bakelite mag.
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Russian Type III AK-47 clone (circa 1953): Russian parts kit built by Mario @ Piece of History Firearms (Tucson, AZ) on a limited run Firing Line Type III milled receiver. Shown with a Tula bakelite mag.
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Work of art.

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