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Posted: 2/19/2006 11:54:54 PM EST
Would this be a tough project? From the diagrams I've seen it looks like it would require a bracket to attach the stock to the reciever, or does the stock go right on the reciever?
Link Posted: 2/20/2006 3:50:27 AM EST
yes,you would need a fixed stock rear trunion and then someone who knows haw to patch holes in a reciever where the old underfolder parts went through and then rivet the new rear trunion
so I dont think anyone in there right mind would mess with it IMO


Link Posted: 2/20/2006 4:21:19 AM EST
Or you can go to Cold Steel Solution , order an 80% receiver and not have to worry about patching up holes....
Link Posted: 2/20/2006 4:35:02 AM EST
It doesn't make sense to buy a rifle and then completely rebuild it. It would be cheaper to start with a kit. Better yet buy the rifle you want .
Link Posted: 2/20/2006 6:02:19 AM EST
Especially if you know someone that can assist you with the build like I was able to do. I built 2 Yugos for $325 each after I was done. Some built theirs cheaper, but this is what my build tally was. So it would be totally pointless to get a folder and make it fixed. There is a company I saw out there that is selling Yugos that they built up fixed or folding. The price was in the $600 range since they used excellent kits.
Link Posted: 2/20/2006 6:59:20 AM EST
If ya like, Ill gladly trade you the fixed stock and rear trunion from my fixed yugo for the UF stock and rear trunion of your UF yugo.
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