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    Default Need to add 4.5" to my ak pistol

    I would like to add a folding stock to my ak pistol and was told where I live I cannot even go form one. So I need to add 4.5" to the barrel. It's not threaded but has a notch around the barrel at end with a small pin sticking out under the sight. Any help would be appreciated.

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    With out a SBR stamp an the paper work you can not have a stock on any pistol except a few antiques that are grandfathered in like broom handled mausers any were in the USA if the barrel is under 16" .

    your extension needs to be permanently attached either by welding high temp solder or blind pinning an I think welded over the pin .

    so it really does no matter if you have threads or nit you may need a extension made that will press on an so its straight an then a method of permanent attachment .,

    post a pic of your barrel so we can see what your dealing with ,

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    Wil work on a photo. Yea understand the laws chatted with atf a bit just need to get the length to 16"

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    Default Here take go


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    My eyes are not so good. But are you sure that is not a muzzle protector screwed onto the end of your barrel?
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    that should be threaded underneath that.....
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    Well il be damed. The pin pushes in and ya can unscrew the end. Ok so they are left handed. I don't have a gauge that can do those. What's the pitch and suggestions on what to add that doesn't effect the accuracy. Some suggestions on the welding. Solder or a wire feed. I think I can wire feed it way quicker with less heating of the gun.

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    14x1 left hand thread pitch
    Lots of options....
    I like the $12.00 CNC warrior extensions, they allow you to change muzzle devices.
    Also if you have a lathe they are easy to reprofile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooter17 View Post
    14x1 left hand thread pitch
    Lots of options....
    I like the $12.00 CNC warrior extensions, they allow you to change muzzle devices.
    Also if you have a lathe they are easy to reprofile.


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    great choice & example. price is good too! thenjust put a tad longer break/hider on the end & you have what you need.
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    Yes it is. I've bought many things from CNC and have had 0 issues. Great quality,great products,great prices and service,,,what's not to love about them. I highly recommend there products.

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