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    Default Zastava M64 gear

    I recently came across some early Zastava leather gear for the M64 and I assume for other early milled Yugoslavian AK's.
    I have observed the leather magazine pouches before and they follow the same pattern as the grey/green 4 cell cloth pouches commonly seen.
    These leather slings are the same length and hardware as the cloth slings but of older vintage AFAIK.
    Just kind of nice to have what I assume are the early accessories.

    The top sling is a two piece one sewn together. The one on the M64 is a single piece.



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    Oh that's a nice sling.
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    hell with the sling thats a nice gun Is it yours ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1biggun View Post
    hell with the sling thats a nice gun Is it yours ??
    Yes., I have a few Zastava M64 model AK's.



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    Intersting how the L H side of the gun is so much differant from a m70 . I dont think I have ever noticed that before .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1biggun View Post
    Intersting how the L H side of the gun is so much differant from a m70 . I dont think I have ever noticed that before .
    The left side mill cuts in front & rear are different. The FSB and the pistol grip are different and the fixed stock is double tang attached vs the through bolt on the later milled and stamped and the stock angle is more downturned.,and of course a threaded barrel to receiver vs press & pin.

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    I must say the yugos are one of my favorite variant.
    They really are well built, almost over built things of beauty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bovver View Post
    I must say the yugos are one of my favorite variant.
    They really are well built, almost over built things of beauty.
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