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    Default Looking to borrow your AK74 folding stock hardware

    Guys, I can't seem to find anyone that is selling the hardware for the AK74 folding stocks. I'm looking to borrow a set from a willing board member so that I can try and reproduce a set for myself. I know its got a push pin and some other small parts. I am willing to pay you for the hardware as collateral until I send it back to you. I would not keep them for long.

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    UMMm their are a bunch of folders,,, hate to ask BUTTTtt what folding stock. under. 65 side , triangle side......

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    He's refering to the AKS-74 triangle folding stock I assume. Watch out Youth there are minor differences between the Bulgy internals for that rear trunnion and the Russian ones, IIRC. KevinM4 could probably verify this.
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    There is only 1 difference between the Russian and the Bulgy folders.
    The hinge pin is larger on the russian,
    The rest of the parts are identical.
    There is one exception, the saiga front catch is a different size.

    I have swapped parts without any issues.

    I have a set, but the deposit would have to be the total replacement cost of the entire stock assembly as that is what it cost to get a set.

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    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...?Item=35354945

    yes, I know, you can thank me later.






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    Quote Originally Posted by DrugRunR
    There is only 1 difference between the Russian and the Bulgy folders.
    The hinge pin is larger on the russian,
    The rest of the parts are identical.
    There is one exception, the saiga front catch is a different size.

    I have swapped parts without any issues.

    I have a set, but the deposit would have to be the total replacement cost of the entire stock assembly as that is what it cost to get a set.
    PM sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin_M4
    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...?Item=35354945

    yes, I know, you can thank me later.

    I had seen those, but just couldn't conjure up the balls to pay that much for some freaking hardware. Those prices absolutely amaze me. So, if I was able to make some of these sets up, what would most people be willing to pay? Or is there even a big enough demand for them? Most probably buy them as a set with the trunnion and folder.

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