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Posted: 8/7/2005 4:40:29 PM EDT
I havnt seen any real Russian ones with them on there. Thanks!
Link Posted: 8/7/2005 7:06:05 PM EDT
Honestly, I have never seen any Russian AKSUs with scope rails outside of the handful of museum pieces.

Of course, there will be plenty else wrong with your clone, so just put the appropriate one and you should be good to go...
Link Posted: 8/8/2005 2:18:49 PM EDT
Ok, how about any Russian Krink? Has anyone seen any with the rail???
Link Posted: 8/8/2005 6:50:45 PM EDT

Originally Posted By huey_crew_chief:
Ok, how about any Russian Krink? Has anyone seen any with the rail???



The AKSU is the Krink..

Outside of a mueseum peice (the same 3), no. I dont really look at allot of "in action" photos though.
Link Posted: 8/8/2005 7:07:41 PM EDT


AKS-74UN with optics plate. From the 1982 Soviet field manual

This rail was also used on the AKS-74UN rifle. It may have been the only correct plate that was ever used with the AKS-74UN. Although it is possible, we have seen no evidence that any newer style plate was used with late versions of the AKSU rifle. Since production was more or less halted in 1992, it seems fairly correct to assume no other plate design was adopted. If anyone could offer any additional information or images of a Russian AKS-74UN, we will of course make changes in this guide.

tantal.kalashnikov.guns.ru/opticsap.html
Link Posted: 8/8/2005 7:15:01 PM EDT

Originally Posted By No1Here:
tantal.kalashnikov.guns.ru/media2/aks74uplatedraw02.jpg

AKS-74UN with optics plate. From the 1982 Soviet field manual

This rail was also used on the AKS-74UN rifle. It may have been the only correct plate that was ever used with the AKS-74UN. Although it is possible, we have seen no evidence that any newer style plate was used with late versions of the AKSU rifle. Since production was more or less halted in 1992, it seems fairly correct to assume no other plate design was adopted. If anyone could offer any additional information or images of a Russian AKS-74UN, we will of course make changes in this guide.

tantal.kalashnikov.guns.ru/opticsap.html



Yes, of course but have has anyone actually ever seen a photograph of one? All we see is the exact same rifle.
Link Posted: 8/9/2005 3:44:12 PM EDT
Ok thanks alot, but what mueseum peices are you talking about? Where the Russian? and whats an AKS 74UN?
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