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    This is the prettiest AK I've seen - I'm very happy to have gotten one so nice! It's in great condition.













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    Now I just have to get to the range!
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    Wow, that is a beauty.

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    *Grin*
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    Very Nice!!!!!:celebrate
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    Congratulations!

    Now beat the piss out of it, and lubricate/clean it with dirty motor oil + knotted shoelace!

    He's my "battlefield pickup" WASR10.




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    Congratulations!

    Now beat the piss out of it, and lubricate/clean it with dirty motor oil + knotted shoelace!

    He's my "battlefield pickup" WASR10.




    -Richard-
    i think yours is prettier. . . they are both pretty i just like the "seen some $hit look.

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    I agree... lol and I have that same Dosko case for mine... Dunhams?

    here's my WASR-10 since we're showing em...

    Now:


    Previous Iterations:


    also got a Saiga-12 but no pics of it yet...

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    Nice pics, everyone!
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    Well, since everyone is posting pictures of theirs:



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    My WASR-10 converted to a pistol







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    Mine prior to staining and converting it.














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    to the rest with WASRs: Did anyone else hacksaw the tack weld and get the 'Clinton' lug off the barrel?

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    to the rest with WASRs: Did anyone else hacksaw the tack weld and get the 'Clinton' lug off the barrel?
    Hacksaw? That takes work.

    I've got a dremel with cutoff disc for that job!

    But yeah, I haven't started on mine yet. I will after I order a 74-style muzzlebrake.

    That's about it though.

    No tacticrap stuff on MY AK! That's what the AR is for...:P

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    well I like AKs better, simple and reliable, so I figured i'd turn mine into an AR with tacticrap stuff and an AR birdcage flash hider... lol

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    damn, is there anyone in this country who doesn't own an AK? i loved the pics, but no one had an orange tip on theirs- sorry, bad joke. i got one too; romainian.

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    Evil Creamsicle wrote:
    to the rest with WASRs: Did anyone else hacksaw the tack weld and get the 'Clinton' lug off the barrel?
    Filed the weld and put a tapco flash hider on.
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    Took the old dremel cut off wheel to mine. I still need to get a muzzle break for it. I heard the Tapco ak 74 style ones are the best for the money. I'm also looking at a "Smiley Brake". Anyone use either of these and could you tell any difference?

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    Denny wrote:
    Took the old dremel cut off wheel to mine. I still need to get a muzzle break for it. I heard the Tapco ak 74 style ones are the best for the money. I'm also looking at a "Smiley Brake". Anyone use either of these and could you tell any difference?
    My AK 47 RPK style muzzle brake cost $14+ $4.95 shipping at sportsmans guide and screwed right on.
    Today JESUS would tell me to sell my coat and buy two Springfield XD Compact 45acp's!

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    hamaneggs wrote:
    Denny wrote:
    Took the old dremel cut off wheel to mine. I still need to get a muzzle break for it. I heard the Tapco ak 74 style ones are the best for the money. I'm also looking at a "Smiley Brake". Anyone use either of these and could you tell any difference?
    My AK 47 RPK style muzzle brake cost $14+ $4.95 shipping at sportsmans guide and screwed right on.
    Thanks, I'll look into that. Did it make a difference in muzzle climb? I've heard varied opinions on if they actually are worth bothering with installing.I hear some are more effective than others and I'm looking for something that actually works and isn't just for looks. Apologies to EM87 if I'm hijacking the thread.

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    It put the brakes on my WASR just fine.
    Today JESUS would tell me to sell my coat and buy two Springfield XD Compact 45acp's!

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    Denny wrote:
    Apologies to EM87 if I'm hijacking the thread.
    No worries.
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    Denny wrote:
    hamaneggs wrote:
    Denny wrote:
    Took the old dremel cut off wheel to mine. I still need to get a muzzle break for it. I heard the Tapco ak 74 style ones are the best for the money. I'm also looking at a "Smiley Brake". Anyone use either of these and could you tell any difference?
    My AK 47 RPK style muzzle brake cost $14+ $4.95 shipping at sportsmans guide and screwed right on.
    Thanks, I'll look into that. Did it make a difference in muzzle climb? I've heard varied opinions on if they actually are worth bothering with installing.I hear some are more effective than others and I'm looking for something that actually works and isn't just for looks. Apologies to EM87 if I'm hijacking the thread.
    AK74 Brake makes a HUUGGEEE difference.

    It adds about 2" to the OAL though.

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    anybody wanna trade an AK for my 10/22?

    side folding stock,comes with factory synthetic too(uninstalled)

    when folded is about 26 1/2 inches oal.

    doesnt come with the bipod.

    does come with scope and 2 hi cap. mags(50 and 30 rd) and a factory 10.


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