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Guys, for the life of me I can't find the diagram of the receiver along with the rivet locations and which side the head belongs on. I think it had the picture's rivets split up into different colors to differentiate different types of guns. I'd appreciate if someone would post the link for me. This might be a good one to add to the library.
 

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Tom--This is a nice image too.


Wish I knew how to post the motion images showing the operating componates of an AK that you sent. It's like watching a cutaway in action.:thankyou:
 

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So does it matter which side the "real" head of the rivet goes on? For example: the center support. Should I have the big head on the left or right side?
 

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Winn R said:
Tom--This is a nice image too.


Wish I knew how to post the motion images showing the operating componates of an AK that you sent. It's like watching a cutaway in action.:thankyou:
Can we get a vender to host it?
 

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yosuthnmasa said:
So does it matter which side the "real" head of the rivet goes on? For example: the center support. Should I have the big head on the left or right side?
:dunno:
 

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You want the flat side of the center support on the right side (side where the selector is). My mak-90 has the rivet for the center support ground down so the selector will clear it.
 

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jdg2902 said:
You want the flat side of the center support on the right side (side where the selector is). My mak-90 has the rivet for the center support ground down so the selector will clear it.

The flat side? The side opposite the head? Not that it matters, but the tapco long rivet heads are very flat. Also, what about the notch in the safety selector so that it clears the head? I looked at my Sar-1 and it appeared that the head was on the safety selector side. :dunno:
 
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