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I know its floating around here somewhere,but I cant find it.There was a :thankyou: diagram that showed the holes for the rear trunion w/ measurements etc..I know hcpookie had it on his website,but I think he is still down cuz it wont load
Anybody else have it?? Thanks
 

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I know its floating around here somewhere,but I cant find it.There was a :thankyou: diagram that showed the holes for the rear trunion w/ measurements etc..I know hcpookie had it on his website,but I think he is still down cuz it wont load
Anybody else have it?? Thanks
Did you find the info you needed on any of those sites? Let me know....I am looking for them as well.
 

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No it takes ya back to hc ookies sight which is down and the rogerus sight which is great but didnt have a underfolder template..I guess I will measure off the trunion with verniers..I was just wanting to know thw dia. of the big hole...Thanks alot though if I find one I will let ya know..I thought someone posted it on here but all I see is a jpeg box and it wont load it
 

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Will this work for you? I found the original pic somewhere and saved it to my archives. I cleaned up the original picture in MSPaint and made it a little larger with a bigger font for the dimensions. It's been a while since I actually have done any engineering drafting, so I know I broke a few blueprint rules... It should be good enough to work from, though.

This may or may not be the one from Pookie's website. I thought his template was for a sidefolder... The dimensions of this pic look pretty damn close to my PMKMS parts, so I'll call them acceptable (assuming traditional AK tolerances).



I would still advise using a template made from your own parts. At least make a template from your parts and compare them to the dimensions of the drawing before making any holes.

EDIT: Is there permanent file hosting on Gunco? I can't guarantee that I can keep this pic hosted forever on my RoadRunner website. If this pic is acceptable for reference, I'd like to request it be hosted here for future generations.
 
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