I got an ORF Krink rifle the other day. The problem with the detents not lining up with the safety lever are due to the fact the the Krink is a shorter unit as compared to a standard AK receiver. I bought a Krink M92 pistol from Elite here in Fort Worth and it had the same problem. Dave offered to put a detent where it would work if I liked. Or, I could get a standard AK safety lever and use that and it would also cover the entire open spot in the receiver that the Krink lever does not cover. I think I'll go that route.
I have yet to fire my ORF rifle, so I will with-hold any comment about the functional quality of their work. On the surface, it seems to be OK but I would rate it slightly below perfect, for sure. As in other's that have gotten the ORF Krinks, mine had the galling on the barrel above the breech that looks really bad, but probably does not affect the function any. I think that a $1150 rifle should not have this kind of defect, but I am will to see how the thing cranks out the 7.62, first!!! Based on looks, it should be a cool item and I hope it functions perfectly. I got the slim can version and the can is SOLID aluminum. THAT seems to be well made. It would be interesting to know how they installed it because it will still rotate a bit and is not hard welded into place. Pretty slick job on that part.
I also just received a Yugo M70 folder from Atlantic FA and it is in reasonalby good shape for something from Century. The major flaw in that one is they ground off the original numbers from the front trunion. I would have really liked to have gotten one with that intact. Not only did they grind them off, but did a rather crude job of it. If they had milled them off, that may be acceptable, but it was a wavy pass at some grinding machine or hand held grinder. Ugh. But, overall, the rifle is pretty nice and a good representation of the Yugo lineup for a fraction of the cost of a Mitchell M-90 job, or WAY below the cost of a Preban Yugo AK-47. Give them a good washing out with brake cleaner and a bath in WD-40 before you oil 'er up. There was lots of crud came out, especially in the gas tube housing. The bayo is pretty much for looks and would not engage the rifle. I gave up on it and put it in the box. It did come with one original Yugo hold open mag! (and another non Yugo mag). Lots of cosmo, but except for some handling dings on the bottom, cleaned up nicely. Overall I am pretty pleased with both Yugos. Also, remember that Blaine at Atlantic FA gives a discount for AR-15.com members!!! Good for Blaine! Gave prompt service too.
Col Kurtz Too