For sale is a Yugo M95 .223 / 5.56 underfolder built on NDS-Y556 DC industries receiver.
The DC industries receiver is the best made for these kits. It was built specifically for this kit in 5.56, not a converted 7.62 receiver.
This was built with a new parts kit with all matching numbers.
It has heavy profiled chrome lined 1/7 twist barrel.
Adjustable gas system.
Flip up front and rear night sights (which the tritium was removed before the kit was imported).
Comes with 1 magazine but I do have 1 extra still packed in cosmoline that I will sell to buyer only for $65.00.
This kit was nicely put together while still maintaining the original finish on the parts kit, only the receiver and internals were refinished.
The dust cover, stock, barrel, front sight etc still have the original finish. The barrel still has the Yugo "blueing" which in certain light changes from blued to deep purple.
I had two put together this way and both turned out great.
Also was built with the required US compliance parts:
Tapco G2 3 piece trigger group
US made gas pistol
US made receiver
US made flash hider which other than being stamped "USA" is a great copy of the original flash hider.
This rifle has had less than 40 rounds fired and has been a safe queen and unfired for close to 2 years now.
I have two of these and am only selling this one to fund other projects.
Price for this heavy duty best of an AK is SOLD PENDING FUNDS elsewhere
Must ship to FFL only (FFL must accept shipment from individual)
Cashier's check or money order only.
No paypal for rifle purchase so don't even ask.
No trades at this time.
Email is best but I do check IM's in the evenings and weekends.
Below are the photos:
For full disclosure and because pictures can be hard to see, please note the three flaws on this rifle. One caused by me and two as-received on the parts kit.
One - is the rub mark on the dust cover from one of it's friends in my gun vault.
Two - the left side of the handguard has a round scratch in it from poor packing when the parts kit was received.
Three- hard to see, but the right side of the folding buttstock had some coarse sanding done that is still visible through the factory Yugo finish.