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    On my computer I just have to double click on the file name and its plays. I have also put it on photobucket under "SHARPSSHOOTER5090" but it's a larger grainer image. I am trying to convert it into a .wav video and if I am successful I will post that.

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    Quicktime viewer will open and display the video.

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    Yeah it ran on Quicktime for me.

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    so what mods to the trunnion? Im thinking of duplicting the build i have some 11/2 by 2 4130 but trunion with bolt looks tight ? how much off bottom of trunnion to get it to fit

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    Default BELTFEED TRUNNION

    I will have to take the thing apart and take some good photo's. I didn't have to take any thing off the trunnion. I cut the top out of the square tubing off but left enough material to fucntion as the top bolt guide rails similar to the bent over top on a std. ak receiver. I then welded another piece back on the top to cover the trunnion. There is a photo of the back of the receiver on Photobucket. Search under "Sharpsshooter5090" for some photos of the receiver

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    I finally saw the video...

    I had the QT alternative codec and until I installed the "real" QT codec it wouldn't play.

    That seems to have quite a bit of recoil! Does it kick you off target at all? I was thinking about how to reduce the recoil and other than a muzzle brake I'm not sure what else you could do.
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    Default AK-47 beltfeed

    It does have a surprising amount of recoil for a 14 lb 7.62x39. I attribute that not to true bullet recoil but to the bolt & bolt carrier hitting the bolt stop. I need to make a more effective buffer than just a 1/8" piece of rubber. Maybe a spring setup. One other option is to make the gas block regulatable like a FAL. Before I sealed up all the gas leaks the bolt would not go back with enough force to reliably cycle the belt feed mechanism, now it is almost to much. And yes, it does throw you off target somewhat but then again so does a MG-42.
    One other thing I have to change is to raise both the front and rear sights. They are just to low to re-aquire in a hurry.

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    You might just beable to use a inch FAL gas block since one of the folks here have done that. Here is the link:

    L1A1 Gas Block and Muzzle Brake

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHARPSSHOOTER5090
    And yes, it does throw you off target somewhat but then again so does a MG-42.
    Not mine! My .308 is surprisingly stable for rapid firing. Perhaps 8mm is hotter, but at least in .308 it doesn't keck any more than my RPK. My G3 kicks worse than the MG42.
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    Project Pink - the Pink and Blue AK-74:
    http://pookieweb.net/pink/pink.htm

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    Hey Sharps, That is a awesome build. Looks great.....

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