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Posted: 3/6/2005 7:18:30 PM EST
Despite a lot of posts beating up on the WASR's I picked up a GP WASR from Aim and went about tweeking it.  End result was very nice indeed (As a mechanic, nothing made can't be improved).
I added an AK74 Brake and Foregrip, SAW pistol grip, Real Galil Gen 2 Folding Stock, BulgarianWaffle Mag, KOBRA sight, Red Star FCG and Shepherds Hook replacement, Recoil Buffer, and last, a nice Semi Gloss Molly Resin finish. WASR no more.........

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Link Posted: 3/6/2005 7:22:57 PM EST
very nice
Link Posted: 3/6/2005 7:29:52 PM EST
Where are the mag dimples?






J/K looks good man.
Link Posted: 3/6/2005 7:36:59 PM EST
I hid them behind the inserts
Link Posted: 3/6/2005 7:54:50 PM EST
nice!
Link Posted: 3/6/2005 8:00:04 PM EST
Very nice........Dont let SteyrAug see it....
Link Posted: 3/6/2005 9:48:15 PM EST
Excellent!

Please tell us how you did the real Galil folder...I've heard it's not exactly easy to do.

Thanks
Link Posted: 3/7/2005 4:49:09 AM EST
Link Posted: 3/7/2005 3:07:47 PM EST
The Galil folder was a pain in the ass, but I like it.  There's a 5 degree difference between the back of a Galil and AK receiver. In order to mate the 2 parts you either have to make a receiver block with the correct angle (I started two versions, but found them to be heavy and hard to get the results I wanted without a mill), or the easy route for me was to buy a receiver block from ACE and make a 5 degree wedge (steel) to weld the Galil stock knuckle to (see pics).
The problem is that the receiver block is aluminum, the knuckle steel. I made the wedge from steel
and joined it to the block w/ JB weld and 4 machine screws.  After the epoxy cured, I cut the heads off, button welded the remaining bolt to the wedge and ground flat.  Once I found a stock position I was comfortable with, the tube was cut off the stock knuckle and knuckle was welded to the wedge plate. I also welded the sides and top area up and ground down to get the profile I wanted. Last, I took an inch of lenght off the tubes to make it feel a little better.  The easy route would have been to wait a few months. A company called Silver Shadow (Israel) is supposed to start importing kits. ACE and AK47.com also make quality Galil clones.
Here's some pics of the stock build,
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Link Posted: 3/7/2005 4:38:23 PM EST
Nice!
Link Posted: 3/7/2005 4:57:46 PM EST
Looks very cool.

Looks like the trigger area is slightly blocked, and can you work the safety with with it folded?
Link Posted: 3/7/2005 5:20:03 PM EST
Everything is clear with the stock shortened by an inch, more than that might be trouble. If I would have left things alone there would have been plenty of room. The picture is a little deceiving.
Link Posted: 3/14/2005 8:06:03 PM EST
I honestly think that is by far the best looking WASR conversion that I have seen yet.  Great job, I really like all the effort that you put into the Galil stock,  a neat shooter.
Link Posted: 3/15/2005 2:51:50 AM EST
I've been wondering how much you spent on it????
Dont get me wrong looks great just wanted to see what you're bottom dollar was???
Link Posted: 3/15/2005 3:16:19 AM EST
What did you do with the wood? Some of them come with really nice stuff.
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