I'm trying to thin out the AK74 collection a bit, so I'm selling these two that I don't shoot.
Next up is a Waffen Works AK74 built from a Bulgarian kit on a nodak spud receiver. All numbers match except for the top cover. This was built during Waffen Work's prime (I picked this up in 2012) and has been an accurate and 100% reliable gun. The barrel is chrome lined and I believe it is a Green Mountain barrel. The muzzle break is also an original chrome lined Bulgarian. Rifle has some missing finish on the cleaning rod, on top of some rivets, and a few small scratches on the barrel but looks good overall. Has Bulgarian surplus plum polymer furniture and a kvar plum grip. I have put around 300 rounds through the gun, I am not sure how much the previous owner put through it but I would guess less than 1000.
Includes a black Bulgarian circle 10 magazine (not the plum mag as pictured), a Bulgarian tubular ak74 cleaning kit (in buttstock) and a Krebs enhanced safety selector (installed). I'm asking $545 shipped for the rifle firm. Please email me for the quickest response.
SOLDFirst up is a Bulgarian AK74 built by Troy at In Range C2 on a nodak spud receiver. All kit numbers match. From what I hear Troy now runs the shop at DDI, so this is a high quality build. This gun has not been fired beyond the test firing it received over at In Range C2 and I was told it shot very well. A US piston was installed for 922(r) compliance. All furniture is factory Bulgarian - the wood was refinished and a small crack in the handguard was repaired (see detail image). This is a great looking gun!
Includes Bulgarian sling and what looks like a painted bakelite magazine. I'm looking to get $850 shipped OBO for the package. Please email me for the quickest response.