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Posted: 10/7/2003 8:58:55 AM EDT
I am trying to be a good boy and wait, and since I would rather not bother the man building them, I was curious as to whether anyone has heard anything on them lately?
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:01:45 AM EDT
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:05:07 AM EDT
I spoke with Troy Sellars this morning. He was on the road to Louisville to the Bonded Warehouse to pick up some dealer sample imports.

He did mention that he shipped two Krinkovs yesterday, and I believe another one was going out today. A few days ago he mentioned that he was finishing up the most recent Krinkov Project, and would be setting up the shop for another AK-74 Project.

I'm trying to call him on his cell phone right now for an update.....

Hope this helps.
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:07:04 AM EDT
I know he is busy, I told myself when I sent them in, I would be patient and wait for however long it took. Im doing my best to keep my word and keep any questions for him to a minimum. I sent him a krink and a 74 back in june, I guess Ill button up and sit tight. But its not easy, I think about them everyday, hopefully only a few more months. Thanks for the info.
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:13:37 AM EDT
Should not be that long on your Krinkov. The 74 kits which were sent in are being torn down as we type.

KF
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:19:45 AM EDT
I just spoke with Troy Sellars. Evidently your Krinkov kit arrived after the start of the mass krinkov build and did not make it in this batch.

However, he did say your Krinkov and 74 will be finished about the same time, with your 74 being completed first.

Hope this helps. Don't worry...quite a few of us have been exactly where you are at right now....the waiting game. I have five InRange weapons and each one was well worth the wait. Remember, a couple of months sure beats a couple of years.

KF
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:20:07 AM EDT
Hmmm Dunno, I dont even know if he has started on the krink yet, I know when I first called him he was talking about getting ready to run some 74's and to send it in and he would include it, so I did, but I also sent in a krink along with it. So I havent heard anything about the krink since then, I know I still owe 155.00 and a furniture set for the 74, but Im not sure how he was gonna work it. Guess its a good thing though, Im sure when the krink comes home, my wife will yell at me for carrying it around the house with me. (yes I watch tv while fondling firearms)

Oh well thanks for the info fellas......
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:27:04 AM EDT
Hey thats what I call service thanks KF

I knew the krink was sent in after the build on them started. I wasnt sure if it was still waiting though. Ok, well I can wait, I hear its really worth it. I know it took forever (3 months) (hey thats a long time when you go to bed each night thinking about it) for a m-11 to transfer. Im not sure what its gonna look like though, I asked for a underfolder on the krink instead of the side folder. Im sure itll be nice though....

Well thanks again to all, and thanks to krinkfreak for the personal quick answer.
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:28:17 AM EDT
Yeah a few months beats the hell outta what some have had to wait for years to get some rusted parts back.
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:41:46 AM EDT

Originally Posted By rak1004:
Hey thats what I call service thanks KF

I knew the krink was sent in after the build on them started. I wasnt sure if it was still waiting though. Ok, well I can wait, I hear its really worth it. I know it took forever (3 months) (hey thats a long time when you go to bed each night thinking about it) for a m-11 to transfer. Im not sure what its gonna look like though, I asked for a underfolder on the krink instead of the side folder. Im sure itll be nice though....

Well thanks again to all, and thanks to krinkfreak for the personal quick answer.



No problem on the personal service....everyone needs a Krinkov!!!

Here are a few photos of the first Krinkov he built for me.

7.62 Bulgarian Underfolder built on a donor INTRAC MAADI ARM Receiver:










http://www.angelfire.com/ak5/rpkman/inrangekrink.html


Link Posted: 10/7/2003 9:59:14 AM EDT
See now you got me wanting again, its like watching a porno, I see so much I want to touch, but I cant. She is a beauty. I sent in a oow recv and a 7.62 bulg kit. Now I really need a awb sunset then I will do what I really want which is to sbr it, but didnt see no use in it with a non working folder at the moment.
I asked before about what happened to the krink craze, it seems a few years ago, thats all that was talked about, now no one ever says anything much about them, they are kinda pricey beaing 400 for a kit now. Oh well, thanks again.
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 3:37:32 PM EDT
Waiting is the hardest part.

He currently has my AK-74 kit that I can't wait to get back.
Link Posted: 10/7/2003 4:00:16 PM EDT
The Krinkov "Craze" is very much alive and well. Quite a few people have taken advantage of the inexpensive kits Chief Thunder sold awhile back....my 5.45 is a "Magua" kit. The 5.56 and 7.62 came from K-VAR.

Hold tight.....yo Krinkov will be in yo hands soon.

KF
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