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    built this about a month ago, i got an ORF receiver from assault weapons of ohio when they were still 250$ a nice barrel-less kit from black market arms or something like that and i used one of my cherry take off barrel i got for 10$ ages ago i think from centerfire. cost was about 600$ with compliance parts so that makes me happy lol (i know there's no barrel pin in the picture i pinned it don't worry lol)

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    Very nice indeed. Have you shot it yet. The milled guns are really solid.

    I got a few of those Yugo milled M70 kits from AKBuilder. AWO is local for me., got the home boy discount from Mark.

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    Yeah it shoots smooth just did a 25 yard function test and sight in (1" high at 25 yards on 100m setting according to my balistic calculator) I actually didn't need to touch the sights but since I forgot my axis pin retainer plate I only put a couple rounds through it while holding the pins seems like it will be a great shooter. I love how smoth milled ak's shoot
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    Oh akblue, did the ak builder kits also come with m64 selectors and stocks like mine? Lol
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    WOW that's a good price for a milled build
    And looks good too
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    Quote Originally Posted by jreifsch80 View Post
    Oh akblue, did the ak builder kits also come with m64 selectors and stocks like mine? Lol
    That is the same kit as AKBuilder sold if you bought it from BlackMarket., just a bit higher price. They were $159 at AKBuilder.
    That is the standard M70 milled 3/6 rivet underfolder stock and slimmer/smaller tang selector. Virtually the same stock was also used on the earier production milled M64 as well as the early 1mm "slabside" stamped receiver M70AB1 and B1 first pattern that followed the M70 milled.
    With the adoption of the 1.5mm receiver and bulged trunnion the more heaviliy reinforced 4/8 rivet underfolder was adopted.

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    thanks blue so technically could that be a correct stock and selector on the m70 receiver i have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jreifsch80 View Post
    thanks blue so technically could that be a correct stock and selector on the m70 receiver i have?
    Yes., as I noted in the post just above. The 3/6 rivet is the Milled M64, M70AB and stamped M70AB1 stock. Slight variation in the M64 (very minor)

    M70AB on top>



    M70AB1 slabside stamped and M70B1 first pattern slabside (1mm receivers)


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    thanks blue i'm a little rusty on early yugos, more of a ddr guy
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