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Posted: 3/16/2010 11:54:53 AM
Only found one source for this gun



It has a peculiar left side folding Crutch stock and that is what Im most interested in.





Does anyone have any good pictures of this stock other than whats posted in the above link?

This would be an excellent clone to have!

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Posted: 3/16/2010 1:39:57 PM
Solid pics, and where can I get that stock!

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Posted: 3/16/2010 2:07:33 PM
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Aren't these what they made the Draco pistols out of?

There has to be a warehouse full of the stock assemblies somewhere.


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Posted: 3/16/2010 2:48:29 PM
Originally Posted By kar98k:
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Aren't these what they made the Draco pistols out of?

There has to be a warehouse full of the stock assemblies somewhere.




The Draco pistol is the same.
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Posted: 3/16/2010 3:20:56 PM
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Yup, Those are just Draco's with the fun switch and a standard rear trunion to accept fixed/wire folding stocks. Century imported a bunch with fixed stocks and looong ass FH's to get them up to 16". Minus the fun switch of course. I have never seen that odd staight butt plate wire folder anywhere in the states.

CNC Warrior makes USA copies of teh AIMR FH. They are pretty well made and get a 10 for style from me.
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Posted: 3/16/2010 4:13:53 PM
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Originally Posted By Hizzie:
Yup, Those are just Draco's with the fun switch and a standard rear trunion to accept fixed/wire folding stocks. Century imported a bunch with fixed stocks and looong ass FH's to get them up to 16". Minus the fun switch of course. I have never seen that odd staight butt plate wire folder anywhere in the states.

CNC Warrior makes USA copies of teh AIMR FH. They are pretty well made and get a 10 for style from me.


I have 2 of them. One of which has matching numbers. When they came in about 3 years ago these were the first AKs I had seen bearing the model designation WASR 10-63... I therefore thought at the time that all WASR 10-63s were supposed to have the ecombined FSB/GB and the welded-on extra-long muzzle device.

Every once in a while I look at these 2 rifles and think about doing something about the muzzle devices.

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Posted: 3/16/2010 6:10:17 PM
This "aim" has a completely different rear trunion, looks to be similar to the AMD-65 but folds the opposite direction and the butt plate hinges flat so that it is extremely compact these were made for a very short time around the Romanian Revolution (late 80's-maybe early 90's?).

The Draco is based of a later designed rifle that has a standard rear trunnion to accept standard stocks, however Romania did produce the Draco as imported, the only difference is the lack of Forward grip (which in the US would make it an AOW)

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Posted: 3/16/2010 6:18:58 PM

Originally Posted By Hizzie:

CNC Warrior makes USA copies of teh AIMR FH. They are pretty well made and get a 10 for style from me.

I have two of the CNC Warrior AIMR flash hiders. Good quality pieces.
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Posted: 3/25/2010 9:44:55 PM
Info on the stock pictured above anyone?
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Posted: 3/26/2010 3:34:08 PM
Originally Posted By EZMac:
Info on the stock pictured above anyone?


Which one??? The first set of pics show a left side folding straight wire folder with an odd straight butt plate. Very rare and have never seen one other than in pics. The lower photos show the standard Rommy wire folder. They can be found all over starting at about $45. They drop right in to a standard trunion.

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Posted: 3/26/2010 4:49:45 PM
The very Rare one It is a crutch left hand folding stock and the buttplate also folds, very sexy and Ive never seen any pictures or read any info other than what is posted here.

I'm pretty schooled on AK's but this is a new find for me!