View Full Version : AK TOK completed: first pix
01-20-2011, 08:53 PM
guys the reason i ask is cause of the work it takes to post it..(my computer time is also limited, lol)
gotta reformat it and then rehost the pix and so on, and if people dont really wanna see it.. then no use in me putting the extra time in either.
will get it posted up for you give me a few hours..
oh and you still WELD on the bolt head, you just dont weld anything SOLID.
will get on the repost.
thanks for being interested!
ok its done and posted so hope some people actually look. :-)
heres the link to the bolt tutorial: http://www.gunco.net/forums/f244/ak-bolt-2-tok-conversion-sdk1968-59396/?=#post619825
01-23-2011, 11:02 AM
Thanks for taking the time to repost that dutigaf. It's much appreciated.
01-24-2011, 09:02 AM
I WANT IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! can I have it.. will you sell it... Ill trade you for it... I LOVE TOKAREV!!!!!!!! please can I have it.... if I had to get rid of all my guns but one honestly I would keep my tokarev I really do mean that... I have 3 TT33 pistols, 1 PPS and a Sterling on the way... my all time favorite gun..
Here is my PPS I just got, I added the welded the sight mount on it then put the sight and I welded a threaded rod for the shifter ball on the lever, and I added the sling. Oh and by the way anyone that has a PPS numrich sells a M60 Machine gun barrel case it works PERFECT for the PPS like it was made for it.. it even has pouches for the magazines I fit the gun and 4 magazines.
01-24-2011, 03:08 PM
Well I finally got time to read everything on this build, on both sites.
Thank you so much for the write up and pics, they will help a lot for future builds
01-24-2011, 08:04 PM
the bolt tutorial is fairly easy to follow and im gonna use this exact same set up for a 45acp version & a 9mm version..
glad people are actually enjoying/using this.. makes it worth posting that way. :-)
01-27-2011, 07:52 PM
glad people are actually enjoying/using this.. makes it worth posting that way. :-) Oh I'm sure there's people saving this info but not commenting :)
Ryan in SD
03-06-2011, 07:17 AM
03-13-2011, 12:06 AM
im curious the more i read about this, but how heavy does the bolt have to be to reliably cycle the weapon? if i were to shorten the receiver by two inches on the front, use a custom trunion, and shorten the dust cover, how long would the bolt have to be? could some of the meat be removed from the rear of the bolt head and carrier as well? the idea i have is to shorten the action as much as is safely possible and still cycle reliably.