Discussion in 'Long Guns' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Apr 23, 2011.
Let's see those AKs!
Here's my Romanian rudeboy...
Here is my New York compliant Romanian AK47
Ordered a new set of traditional Romanian wood furniture. Had to completely strip and refinish it, but
I think it came out great...
I'm really diggin the new look and I don't see too many AKs with the wood foregrip built into the handguard...
That came out awesome!
Here's a pic of my Yugoslavian AKMS ( 7,62x39mm ) manufactured by Zastava Arms in the city of Kragujevac, in modern day Serbia.
Assault Rifle M70AB2
Calibre (mm) 7,62x39
Twist rate (mm) 240
Number of grooves 4
Magazine, empty (30 rounds) 0.36
Weapon with folded stock 900
Type of fire- Semi-Auto
Operation- Gas operated
Locking system- Rotating bolt
Muzzle velocity (m/s) 720
Rate of fire (rounds/min.) 620
Maximum effective range (m) 300
There has to be a few Browning Owners out there that also own an AK47 or CommBloc clone that would like to share a picture and the story of the weapon...I know I would like to hear about it !!
My Pop's Norinco MAK 90..
I like the MAK 90. I picked one up yesterday with a couple of 75 round drum magazines, but mine doesn't have the original wood furniture on it, been replaced with plastic AR style stock and Aluminum Quad rail.
We need pics Charlie...!!
Here is my newly acquired MAK 90 with 2-75 round drums, 5 Tapco 30s, 1 steel 30 rounder, and 520rounds of WPA steel cased ammo
Nice setup Charlieb68 !!
Thanks I have not shot it yet, will be heading to the range this weekend.
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