We did a run of these inserts for some pistols we are going to build (eventually)
We ran some extras while we had the machines setup and thought we would offer them for sale to those who want to do a pistol build on a Yugo kit.
This insert gives you an attachment point for a quick detach if you are building a pistol or other stockless option.
Anyway, here are the pictures of the rear trunnion adapters for the single point sling - this is NOT the side folder adapter.
We recommend (and we do) drill two small holes at the points show to weld the part in solid once it is inserted. (the red dots)
These are pressure fit, but it is still a good idea to weld them - I pounded this one in with a rubber mallet.
Here is what they look like when they are all the way in. Two quick spot welds on the side (the red dots) and you are ready to build your pistol!
These are for YUGOs ONLY. They will not fit in anything else.
You can buy them on our website at:www.akconcepts.com/default.asp?page_id=86&parent_id=0
OK - so 230 people have looked at these - either that or one person has serious decision making issues.
Does anyone have any questions, comments, etc?
|Originally Posted By AKConcepts:|
either that or one person has serious decision making issues.
I think it looks great, but I'm not an AK pistol person (just don't care to own one) but if I was I'd get one.
Ummm... Yugo? (it had to be done)
Anyway - that is a rear trunion from a fixed/full stock M70 Yugo. What other one have you seen?
I see, is anybody selling the trunion to go with that nifty sling attachment conversion? (building a pistol on a yugo receiver)
The blocks will fit into the standard Yugo fixed stock trunion - so unless you have an under folder trunion, you already have it.
Hope this helps.
I'm actually working on a yugo based pistol, and this product looks realy cool, I just can't seem to find any fixed stock yugo trunions or parts kits.
We are actually going to start selling "parts" from some of the kits. I just have to get pictures of them and get them on the website. I should have it done by this weekend. All parts will be stripped, blasted and blued for easy builds.
Hope this helps.