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    Red Jacket Firearms,
    The parts conversion would be mighty popular with alot of hobbiest out there. Will the sumo drum work? Thanks, Old Vet

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    so...what would a timeframe for these be like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bovver
    so...what would a timeframe for these be like?
    We do not have a timeframe on them reaching market, most of our efforts have been concentrated on our California Legal AK47 rifle, we have recently received approval on them form the California DOJ Firearms division. This will free up a bit more time to concentrate on the 9mm projects , the biggest problem it trying to keep the price of the rifle & kit as resonably low a possible.

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    I know the photo's at the begining of the thread are shots of your prototype, but do you have plave to scale it down in size.. 7.62x39 and 9mm are extreamy different rounds do you really need that 1,1/2 in front of the magazine, or continue to use a standard 7.62 reciever? does the piston and piston tube have to tay regulation 7.62 size.. i'm thinking there's a bit a room to work with..you could get this around the size of an HK PDW, or a bit larger.. I know proto type aside, why invent a bolt when one already exsists.. why invent a new piston tube when one exsists, etc.. but are there plans to make this a true RED Jacket Firearms model.. or just an AK conversion in 9mm..

    And my sujestion is RJF-9mak

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    the previous post is over two years old. not sure there still working on it.

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    Talking my very first post

    i say you call it the RICK JAMES

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    How about you call it he "Sutchka-9"...my spelling is off 9( I don't read Russia so I had to phoneticize) but an ol demigre friend told me that is th enickname for the AKSU 74 we refer as a Krinkov.

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    HUMMM, I will stick with the 9mm AR15. That is a fully debugged and proven one in full production now. I have three almost four. One is for spare parts.

    A 9mm long gun is a choice high accuracy system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gripper View Post
    How about you call it he "Sutchka-9"...my spelling is off 9( I don't read Russia so I had to phoneticize) but an ol demigre friend told me that is th enickname for the AKSU 74 we refer as a Krinkov.
    "suchka" = "little bitch" Named for the sound it makes in full auto fire.
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    what is the accuracy of this "baby AK " ?

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