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    Recommendations for shops that work on full auto AK47 's

    Looking on possibly turning mine into a krink, and it is work beyond me.
    any recommendations?

    Thanks

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    krebs customs or Rifle Dynamics: https://rifledynamics.com/

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    We have had much sucess with Troy Sellars at InRange:

    http://inrangec2.com/

    E-mail: inrange97@aol.com

    Richard

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    Thanks for all the suggestions, the hunt starts

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    I had Andrewski convert mine from .223 to 7.62x39, but that was awhile back. He did exceptionally excellent work.
    Don't know if he is still around though.

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    Are you going to swap it out for a hinged top cover and the proper Rear sight block?

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    I could be wrong, but if I remember correctly Mario converts the Chinese full auto AK's to krinks and changes the location of the front rivets from low to high to get the look correct. I'd definitely call him because that's a detail that will bother you if you don't get it done. Of course I'm assuming that you have a Chinese full auto.

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    Yes......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    I could be wrong, but if I remember correctly Mario converts the Chinese full auto AK's to krinks and changes the location of the front rivets from low to high to get the look correct. I'd definitely call him because that's a detail that will bother you if you don't get it done. Of course I'm assuming that you have a Chinese full auto.
    That is correct, it is a corona ak

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    Ted Marshall. Very expensive, but it will be as close as a factory krink as possible assuming parts can be sourced.

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