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    Default Starting my first build

    This is my first post here, but have been reading the tutorials very much. I am begining my first build. Its gonna be a romanian G kit. If everything goes well, I have 2 more, a Tantal, and a Polish Underfolder to go. I do have a question if someone can help me. I am gonna be buying a hrdrualic press and am considering buying the 12 ton press. Which would be better, the 12 or the 20? I saw the 20 press but is much more money. Would a 12 ton press be sufficiant?

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    The 12 ton will do the job for any AK building projects. We will be glad to answer any questions you have along the way.

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    A 20 ton might be needed down the road should you ever get into forming.

    Also the 20 has more beef and is much more comfortable to be next to when it's cranked down.
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