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Old 11-20-2012, 11:20 AM   #21
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Ok found this one online, decently priced at 649.00

CAI Yugo Zastava AKM-47 PAP M70 rifle, 7.62x39 caliber, with pistol grip and wood stock.

These are Yugo Zastava AK-47 M70 PAP rifles by CAI. They have a 16" barrel, with a Yugo pattern RPK heavy duty receiver, and a standard configuration wood stock with black synthetic pistol grip, and a slant cut muzzle brake. They also come with an integral Weaver style rail on the receiver cover and one hi-cap mag. Mfg in Serbia in the famous Zastava factory. CIA # RI1987-N. Accepts all standard AK mags for 7.62x39 caliber.


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Old 11-20-2012, 11:57 AM   #22
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+1. Shoot the cheapest non corrosive you can find.
What do you think about this: WPA 500 rounds for 117.00

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c....aspx?a=217522
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:51 PM   #23
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I don't know shit about AK ammo but these are pretty cheap:
1000rds of wolf for $200 Shipped using coupon SPGGUNS11 for $25 off orders over $185.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...cjadv=CJTSGUSA

1000 rds of russian preorder for about the same $195 Shipped
http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...cjadv=CJTSGUSA
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:22 PM   #24
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From what I was told, lacquered ammo can result in a FTE with stuck casings. Better go with polymer.

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I don't know shit about AK ammo but these are pretty cheap:
1000rds of wolf for $200 Shipped using coupon SPGGUNS11 for $25 off orders over $185.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...cjadv=CJTSGUSA

1000 rds of russian preorder for about the same $195 Shipped
http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...cjadv=CJTSGUSA
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Lol nt, you are covering all the Internet gun myths lately.
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Old 11-20-2012, 02:17 PM   #26
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Lol nt, you are covering all the Internet gun myths lately.
Better to smoke it all out now so im covered!

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Old 11-20-2012, 03:13 PM   #27
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I'm posting from my phone, but there's a website called box o' truth run by a nice guy outta TX. Covers some of these myths, as well as simple ballistics tests. I found a lot of info off his site. Check it out.
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I'm posting from my phone, but there's a website called box o' truth run by a nice guy outta TX. Covers some of these myths, as well as simple ballistics tests. I found a lot of info off his site. Check it out.
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That's a cool ak I'm from yougoslavia I never new we had our own ak!!
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:29 PM   #31
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Yugos a great gun, its one of the stronger AK recievers but they dont have chrome lined bores so you have to pay attention to that. Clean it reguardless of ammo type the same.

Corrosive ammo IS fine but you need to swab down the barrel and clean the gas tube with windex before you run any oily patches. I always use a product called RIG on non chrome lined bores. Its a type of firearms grease, roll a patch in it and a couple of swipes later its ready for any storage enviroment.
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That's a cool ak I'm from yougoslavia I never new we had our own ak!!
They have a very good track record of building great firearms. His AK is more than likely just a parts kit that was rebuilt on a US reciever with compliance parts (more US than yugo parts). You still can get some "real" yugos, they made a SKS with a gernade launcher on the end of the barrel.
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They have a very good track record of building great firearms. His AK is more than likely just a parts kit that was rebuilt on a US reciever with compliance parts (more US than yugo parts). You still can get some "real" yugos, they made a SKS with a gernade launcher on the end of the barrel.
Mine has the grenade launcher sites on it
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Wish I had it
Its a great rifle and so far I'm very happy with it. Try to buy one, I got mine online from j and g sales.
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They have a very good track record of building great firearms. His AK is more than likely just a parts kit that was rebuilt on a US reciever with compliance parts (more US than yugo parts). You still can get some "real" yugos, they made a SKS with a gernade launcher on the end of the barrel.
Mine is also an under fold M70, I believe the lower is all Yugoslavian.

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Old 11-20-2012, 08:53 PM   #36
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Found this on another forum:

Century Arms builds the guns from imported parts kits. The parts are assembled in the US with some US made parts to make the guns they sell. Many of the parts are used and have seen military use. And as stated these parts are no longer being made and have not been for quite a while. All AK-47s are obsolete and AK-74 is current production. Also when they were originally built they were fully automatic. When imported the receiver and barrels must be destroyed to be imported into the US.
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Yup, look up ak and 922r and you will get a better understanding of whats US and not. Very little are actually really yugo parts in those guns...its not uncommon with current production ak's, only a handfull are actually produced over seas and then theres all kinds of odd import restrictions. Not anything to worry about really.

You need to buy a launcher with it to make it complete. They were smart enough to use a nato spec launcher so they could use captured rifle grenades. There are PT gernades but you can also shoot USGI m1a2 adaptors with tennis balls, make sure you use blanks..
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^ Looks like fun, LOL. I found the launcher online for 24.00
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