mbakercad said:I'm still looking at options for a AK74 build. One thought is using a SAR2 as a donor rifle. If I did and used only the reciever, what would the remaining parts be worth? I'm thinking $125 maybe? Any thoughts?
I'm not trying to be a smart ass, but, what would be the point?mbakercad said:I'm still looking at options for a AK74 build. One thought is using a SAR2 as a donor rifle. If I did and used only the reciever....
I found one on a for sale board for $325 shipped. That would probably be the max I would go for a donor rifle. If the leftover parts could be sold for $125, then I would only have $200 in the reciever. Not cheap, but not bad. I don't have the spare money at the moment, but if I decided to go this way I would at least know what to look for. I keep wondering if I would be better off waiting on Arsenals stamped AK74s, or building one now while we still can...scubadvr said:Go to Gun Broker there is a SAR2 listed.
The SAR2 has a funky FSB and a non threaded barrel. Not to mention the common problems of canted sites and poor finish. I have a like new Bulgy AK74 kit itching to get built.7.62x39 said:I'm not trying to be a smart ass, but, what would be the point?
Why not just put a decent FCG in the SAR2?
You could always hang some different furniture on it, if you wanted to.
Get the $10 front-end cuz those trunnions are shot.hcpookie said:HERE is what you need:
BA-74B ~ Bulgarian AK-74 Barrel Assembly. Incules bolt carrier, bolt head assembly, top cover, and recoil spring assembly
IMO this is a SWEET deal.
I've built them on the ace bents--Worked good.mbakercad said:I have a like new Bulgy AK74 kit itching to get built.