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    Default MAADI REBUILD

    Been lurking here for a while. Here's my fresh rebuild of a MAADI MISR 90. Just need to thread the barrel........
    Started out as a neutered thumbhole stock plain jane MISR 90.
    Norrell's Moly Coat flat black finish, refinished furniture, US compliance parts




    Last edited by archer2; 12-23-2004 at 06:51 AM. Reason: fix pics

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    Pretty good looking rifel there buddy! Welcome to the board!
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    Archer2!
    Thats a fine looking rifle there. Making a silk purse out of a sow's ear IS possible I guess.
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    I've got one of those and despite what most people say,it's a better shooter than my Wasr. I have the barrel threaded but still need the stock replaced.Does yours have the slanted receiver with the closed back?

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    It did have the closed back....until I cut it out with my Dremel! Yea, it also is a slant cut reciever. The stockset is for a straight cut reciever and just modified a bit.......not a great look, but useable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer2
    It did have the closed back....until I cut it out with my Dremel! Yea, it also is a slant cut reciever. The stockset is for a straight cut reciever and just modified a bit.......not a great look, but useable.
    You did a ice job on that, I think it looks good. Welcome to the board Archer2!!
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    WELCOME ARCHER!!

    fine looking work on the Maadi. Ive always wanted one of the slant back receivers to match my tatoos... Nice job for sure!
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    I have a MISR ( MAADI ) also but mine has the standard cut receiver . I put a Nato lenght stock , Saw grip , and and new gen Romanian ( lever ) operated side folder on it . I agree it is a good shooter . Not quite as good as my 5.45 but dam good.

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    Very nice! Most of the Maadi's I've seen were really rough, but you did good on that one to make it look 1000% better.

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    Thanks for the comments. It was a fun rebuild, and I learned a lot doing it. Believe it or not, this AK gave me the confidence to build an AR15 from scratch, a project I'm currently working now. It will be an early (1960's Viet Nam) M-16 clone....Having a lot of fun doing that one too......

    Thanks for the welcome.

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