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Thread: Best Priced AK 47 Parts kits at property tax time

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    Default Best Priced AK 47 Parts kits at property tax time

    Classic Arm, Centerfire system......AMD 65 with head spaced barrel 350.00 ... What a Country, Hungarian Underfold 319.00 with barrel ......Royal Tiger Imports Plastic stock ak with headspaced barrel 379.00......Classic Arms .and What a Country Polish wood 369.00 and 379.00 ...best I could find on a Sunday roaming the net.
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    Be careful ordering anything from Royal Tiger or Inter Ordnance (IO). Google those names first.
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    There are a lot of cast trunion shit floating from Poland an else were. be sur eyour getting a real military spec part or kit

    Royal tiger is often selling of reject crap

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    That's what I hear now. A lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1biggun View Post
    There are a lot of cast trunion shit floating from Poland an else were. be sure your getting a real military spec part or kit

    Royal tiger is often selling of reject crap
    Cast trunions? Must after market garbage, I have never seen these around thank god
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    Well I coulda said properly done investment castings using the lost wax process has been used for many decades. I just won't buy a 45 that says Yonkers on the frame. But I won't.say that. Casting is prevalent in industry. MIM and final finishing? Keeps cost down and the trigger parts in my 45's are that. S&W? Been doing for decades. Whatever. I'm tired.

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    Well the cast brake drums on my 69 Ford Bronco were known to be porous and if it hit a curb at the wrong angle it would fracture. But I digress.

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    The rear trunnion and all the barrel components on the AKM and AK74 in the last 30 years or so are cast. Front trunnion blocks may be cast as well but not totally sure. Of course the whom how & what of the parts makes a difference.

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    Yep.

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