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    For Sale $69.95 PREMIUM FULL FEATURED AK RECEIVERS ... AKReceivers.com!

    These are our First Quality, Premium Full Featured, Fully Heat Treated Combloc Mil-Spec AK Receivers that are in the natural state after intense 900' salt immersion (FULL HEAT TREAT with Austempering!) Visit our website for full details and ordering instructions.......

    $69.95 PREMIUM FULL FEATURED AK RECEIVER ... at.... AKreceivers.com


    NOTE: I'll add that the receiver shown here and on our website was painted with "1977 Chevy Corvette Silver" enamel as it is a sample that would be handled repeatedly at "Shot Show".













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    For the uninformed of us out there, what guns were built on these previously? i.e. whose can we look at?

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    Very nice receivers... Get them while you can!
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    Excuse my ignorance what does "natural heat treated steel" mean?
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    How about a little more info? Are they pre-drilled for trunions? A picture would be nice.

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    pics on the link no trunnion holes.

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    Thank you for the questions,......

    Quote Originally Posted by vz58 View Post
    For the uninformed of us out there, what guns were built on these previously? i.e. whose can we look at?
    These are the same Global Trades/ArmoryUSA and Elk River Tool & Die receivers used by literally thousands of hobby builders here on Gunco.net and various other boards over the years. Our receivers have been used by various large commercial builders but it would be improper for me to name them without permission. If you wait a bit, I'll bet there will be comments made here by long term members to substantiate my claims.


    Quote Originally Posted by patjsimpson View Post
    Very nice receivers... Get them while you can!
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    Thank you.


    Quote Originally Posted by Chiroone View Post
    Excuse my ignorance what does "natural heat treated steel" mean?
    Natural heat treat steel color is bare steel with some tinting of blue and black that will surface rust quickly if not finished or oiled. These are bare steel as that is the preferred condition requested by large manufacturers prior to blasting and finishing.


    Quote Originally Posted by BrianWV View Post
    How about a little more info? Are they pre-drilled for trunions? A picture would be nice.
    No. As requested by our manufacturers and most experienced builders pre-drilling does not insure proper alignment to the holes in demiled parts sets and trunions. We find many builders who use pre-drilled receivers tend to accept loose riveting, or worse yet do knot know their rivets are not well seated in the first place. Custom holes done for the specific part result in a much more rigid build.


    Quote Originally Posted by vz58 View Post
    pics on the link no trunnion holes.
    Correct. I'll add that the receiver shown on our website was painted with "1977 Chevy Corvette Silver" enamel as a sample that could be handled repeatedly at "Shot Show". Salts from fingers promote rust and finger print stains like nothing else!
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    Photos added here and also to first post in this thread per requests.....

    Again I'll add that the receiver shown here and on our website was painted with "1977 Chevy Corvette Silver" enamel as it is a sample that would be handled repeatedly at "Shot Show". Salts from sweaty fingers promote rust and make nasty finger print stains like nothing else!

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    All my first builds were on 100% Global receivers. God I miss Global.
    They were super nice people who I did a lot of business $$$$ with.
    I have seen some of the weapons built on these receivers. A+ quality.
    Now since I have become a AR-15 Mall Ninja I have slowed down with the AK building.
    But for you new builders. That is a deal you do not want too pass on.
    My 6 year old Globals are still going strong.
    Went together like a hot knife through butter.
    That is a give away at that price.
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    These receivers are the closest you'll get to "actual" military designs in the USA.

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