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    After I've been working on my PSL, I think I'm getting the build fever again, much to my wife's dismay. I've seen a few of these Yugo Krinkov kits for sale around the $600 to $650 range. The only way I really do builds are is if it will be cheaper to build than to buy outright. These seem to be right under that mark after SBR tax stamp and receiver price. The kits I've seen have a brand new Yugo made barrel. In the pictures, the barrel looks to not have had the slots cut and gas port drilled. How hard is it to do that? Is a mill the only way to get it done? I'm just trying to see if this venture would be worth it because a Krink would be so cool to shoot some cans up with.

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    Actually I think a registered M92 SBR is worth more then what your figuring, I've seen these with a barrel extension go for 1200-1500, only seen one or two SBRs and they were a little more.

    There are several ways to get the slots done, a mill is the easiest, a drill press with high quality bits or even an end mill works very well. You can even use a dremil or files if you're patient enough, put everthing on the barrel and mark the areas that need the notches, then remove everything and take most of the material away, put everything back on and finish it up with a reamer.
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    When you get the barrel done you'll be ready for some REAL fun with making the underfolder holes & mag catch assemblys. The barrel pin also needs drilled.
    There's a detailed virgin kit tutorial here someplace. I've been trying forr years to figure out Gunco search engine withNO luck.
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    This seems like good price with FIVE mags& can use four pay plan:

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    Those kits are pretty badass. I built a couple full size .223 Yugo AK's before.

    NDS is out of receivers but I bet they're gonna do a run soon.

    When I put mine together the NDS receiver wan't quite as plug and play as their others.

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    Good investment like the guys are saying STGUSN...
    Come September, like I been saying, we will see these prices go through the roof, out of fear of Nappy Head and crew getting back in.
    I love my Yugo Krink..
    If you have good building skills, hell do it yourself. The pros here will help yah. If not, do it like I did.
    Krink with 4 mags, built, with a nice carry box. $1,200.
    Tax stamp. Sent it in about 20 times. Ah hell filled it out wrong.
    Stamps $8.80..
    Tax stamp itself $200.
    Trip too Ft. Lauderdale too pick it up from "Project Guns." $500 +.
    I love my "Mother in Law."
    We hit the local Moose Lodge. Gambling night. Hell I don't even know how too play poker.
    Total $1908.80 give or take.
    You can do it cheaper. Just dont go too the Moose with my Mother In Law.
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    It's not the slots so much as the extractor cut that would have me looking for help.

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    a extractor cut on a barrel can be done with a dremil or other grinder if you carefull. better to use a mill on a pricy kit though

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    I did a virgin barrel tutorial here some years ago.
    It might help.

    http://www.gunco.net/forums/f43/new-...utorial-28039/

    Slots in barrel for lower HG retainer can be obtained with a carbide reamer in a dremel.
    The kind that looks like a tiny cylindrical mill bit.

    I'm using a Yugo M70 series receiver flat for the M85.
    Minor alterations include, welding up the top cover button lock holes.
    Getting the center support pin to clear the 5.56 mags, which is easy because the
    kit includes the support already milled for clearance.

    I can't wait for a NoDak. AKbuilder has flats listed for this Yugo Krink, but
    are out of stock. Again, a basic M70 flat with no top cover lock holes.



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    Is there any posts with a blue print for the dimensions of a Krinkov barrel? I've seen two types of kits for sale, and need to figure if I want 7.62x39 or 5.56. I would be much more confident with a blue print since I do not have a completed barrel that size to measure myself.

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