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    I finished another build this weekend. It is some sort of hungarian kit. The front end looks like a AMD63 except for the wood handguards.
    It is built using a bent metal blank using a macman dimple jig. G2 FCG, tapco piston and FSE (modified to bring it to legal length) muzzle brake.
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    Nice looking build.
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    absolutley beautiful!!! What kind of metal finish did you use?
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    Thanks guys.
    So far this is my favorite build because of the wood and shorty look.

    The finish on the wood is as far as I know stock. I haven't touched it. I believe they came off a SA 85 if I am remembering the model correctly but came with the kit. Other than a few coats of tung oil the wood will stay the they way it is.

    On the AK74 brake I enlarged the exit hole to 3/8 and tig welded the funnel looking extension on. It is kind of a cross between a AK74 and a krink brake. I even machined the notches for cutting wire although I don't think that feature will be used much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubadvr
    absolutley beautiful!!! What kind of metal finish did you use?
    Thanks

    I used brownells aluma hyde 2 matt black on it. After it fully cures in about 2 weeks it will match the factory pain on the barrel assembly pretty good once I oil it.

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    Did you bleach the stock?

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    Looks Very Good, but damn that barrel looks short. Are you sure it's 16"?

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    Very nice weapon! Is the stock pinned open? What kind of shot group you get at 100 yards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toten Kopf
    Looks Very Good, but damn that barrel looks short. Are you sure it's 16"?
    Yep, it is actually 16 1/4 since some people have problems reading a tape measure.
    Measured it with a cleaning rod till it touches the bolt.

    Haven't fired it yet so I don't know what it will do. Not much time off right now plus i want the aluma hyde to cure fully before lubing it up.
    Piece of metal inside the stock so it can't fold...... at least for another few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosuthnmasa
    Did you bleach the stock?
    I didn't bleach any of the wood. It is how I received it. Belive it is elm if I remember right and just coated with oil of some sort.
    I am going to use a few coatings of tung oil on them.

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