I bought this on gunbroker and got to pick it up at the local ffl yesterday. Seems this 223 MAK90 has found a new home. What do you all think?
yes, the 6 30 rounders and 3 15 round mags came with it. I bought it on gunbroker from a guy in Utah. I figured that once the cost of buying that many mags was figured in the rifle wasn't a bad price. It is a 1990 import and has the triangle 66 marking on it also. Nice thing is the threads under the collar are intact, and the plunger pin is jsut depressed into the site base. Also the cleaning rod can be held in place no problem. I hope I can find a matching stock for the handguards (I don't find the thumbholes very comfortable). But that will have to be down the road just a bit.kpd007 said:Looks great. Hope it was a good deal. Did the mags come with it too?
Scott,DPH arms said:Sniper,
If you need a new muzzle nut plunger pin and spring let me know I got em running out of my ears.
DPH arms said:shephards crooks....no way, I cant find em (not at a decent price). I'll send you the pins and springs just shoot me your address.
If you need one I can order it for you and put it in with the flats when we close out the gb.
Hmmm....That just might be an idea . I wish I would have known that before my last k-var order, lol.Evil_WalksII said:FWIW, the K-var Romanian RPK 74 flash hider is identical to the Chicom .223 flash hider, Sept. is just around the corner...
sniper69 said:Thanks for the positive words. I did get a chance to shoot it on Monday and the groupings were consistent. I feel that once the thumbhole stock is replaced that things will work even better seeing the thumbhole seems to be designed for a right handed shooter. My dad shot it (he is right handed) and he loved how it felt and how accurate it was. As for me being a southpaw I can hardly wait for a regular stock as it should then be more comfortable for me.