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hey guys, i am ready to roll, just need a starting point or a link. i have plinkers, xebec, and 7.62*39 tools. i have rifle all dissasembeled. i am using a vulcan reciever and a amd 63 kit.

before i get started i have a question.

do i have to heat treat the ejector/pin holes before assembly?

i have to file down the ejector for 7.62*39 correct? just dont want to have to tear something apart bcause i was in a hurry.

if there is interest i will document my build with pics and post these for all newbies. i know alot of people will be watching this post:)

i am handy, but it is easier for me to see something.

thanks for looking and the help....

here we go.... the first step is??????
 

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First thing is please start using a capital (I) when talking in the first person. Sorry but I see that a lot and it?s starting to get on my nerves, nothing personal OK. I?d say read all you can here at Gunco and try any links you see in the posts, you?ll find most of the guys here will bend over backwards to help you with your questions, but first read all you can just so you know what to ask. I?m still learning every day here and so will you. As far as the Vulcan receiver goes, the pin holes are supposed to be treated already. Yes you will have to file the ejector down till it doesn?t hit or bind in the slot of the bolt when it moves and yes it will need hardening after or it will wear badly. You say you have the parts ready, do you have the US made parts that are required for the build? Are you going to rivet or use bolts to mount the trunions?

Here?s a good link to start with, http://www.acearms.com/tutorials/blank_build.shtml
Also try these.
http://www.rpbusa.com/ak.html US made grips, Mag floor plates and followers.
http://www.tapco.com/ US made Piston, FCG, Magazines & other parts.
http://www.kgcoatings.com/ Bake-on finish, many colors.
I?m sure others will post a lot more for you, as I said the guys here are very helpful.
 
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