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Posted: 1/30/2011 5:36:25 AM EDT
If so, where is a good place to buy a new stock and pistol grip.?
Link Posted: 1/30/2011 5:52:14 AM EDT
You would need to drop your imported parts count to 10 to be legal.
Link Posted: 1/30/2011 6:01:03 AM EDT
Assuming you don't live in a banned state (which it appears you do not), you will need to add 5 US made parts to be compliant with a milled receiver AK. Any combination of 5 US mfg parts :hammer, trigger, disconnector, a stock, pistol grip, handguard set, piston, or muzzle device. Because a stamped AK type has trunions you'll need to add 1 additional parts for a total of 6.
Link Posted: 1/30/2011 7:55:37 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 89Saleen:
If so, where is a good place to buy a new stock and pistol grip.?


Ironwood LLC for wood http://ironwooddesigns.com/IWDsite/IWDHome.html

KVAR for plastic http://www.k-var.com/shop/home.php?cat=

First - Take the butt off your SLR and see if it has a slot milled for the lower stock tang. (some do - some don't )

If NO - Ironwood makes a special wood butt with special bolt to attach it.

Otherwise you need to get the slot cut and a lower tang riveted on.
Link Posted: 1/30/2011 12:12:30 PM EDT
Originally Posted By AKsRule:

First - Take the butt off your SLR and see if it has a slot milled for the lower stock tang. (some do - some don't )

If NO - Ironwood makes a special wood butt with special bolt to attach it.

Otherwise you need to get the slot cut and a lower tang riveted on.


Having done that (never again!) I'd opt for some other method, such as welding, or a pin+ solder.

Or find someone with a 90 degree head on the mill or a broach. It is a nightmare trying foxture the receiver for a vertical mill, and it took me all day to do it with a hand file.



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