Very nice work.
I don't know what you want to call it but it's done. This was built on a Nodak KP receiver. Bulgarian side folder, Yugo 92 cover, hinge block, gas block and flash hider. The rest of the parts are Romanian. I had to do a bit of lathe work on the barrel but it wasn't really a big deal. The rail on top is a GGG AR15 lower hand guard rail modified to my purpose. I also made my own bolt hold open safety with a piece of old receiver rivited in place that makes it simple to move the safety on and off without taking my hand off the pistol grip. Tax stamp wait was a bit over three months.
Here it is with an old Aimpoint CompM2 mounted up. I may get an Aimpoint T1 for this rifle.
Last edited by mg555; 02-08-2010 at 09:49 AM.
Very nice work.
"Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781
Very nice project. Been wanting to do something along those lines myself but haven't had the time to dedicate to it yet. Thanks for sharing.
Real good looking project. Dose it shoot well???????
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looks cool! I like the mix of parts. Was it a lot of work for the SBR approval?
Were those M-92 parts from a virgin kit? You have created a beautiful rifle!!
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Thanks for kind comments. The SBR paper work is a bit of a PITA. I followed the directions under the SBR thread and got it all done with no problem. The M-92 parts were from a virgin kit that someone was parting out.
Nice build even if it is a mutt.