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Posted: 1/10/2003 4:19:16 PM EST
I just received my Bulgarian AK-74 kit from K-Var. I have a SAR-2 with the US-made black polymer buttstock from K-Var. I have the SAR-2 sold to my father-in-law as soon as I am ready to part with it. Should I swap stocks, putting the Bulgarian from the kit on the SAR-2 before selling it and keep the US-made one for my new build? The SAR-2 has the correct US parts count even without the US-made stock, so there is no problem there. I've never shot an AK variant with the shorter Bulgarian stock. What do you guys think? Thanks!
The Bulgarian stock is standard length. It's the KVar stock that is non-standard.
i did a double take. I could have sworn the topic was "Should I swap buttocks?"
I agree with Campy, I prefer the shorter stock over the longer. Much more user friendly. But, to each his own.
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