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jeep7081
11-26-2011, 8:51 AM
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SJgunguy24
11-26-2011, 8:55 AM
Why does that look like an IO to me?

jeep7081
11-26-2011, 8:58 AM
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zfields
11-26-2011, 9:00 AM
Seen them offered from classic arms. Based on how they describe them, its a rebuilt wasr. Not sure if that's accurate, they are a bit goofy on descriptions.

jeep7081
11-26-2011, 9:28 AM
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zfields
11-26-2011, 9:35 AM
Good deal on the Saiga version. Thanks for the link.
http://classicfirearms.com/Saiga.htm

Saiga $439 + shipping fee
http://classicfirearms.com/images/Saiga-Ak.jpg

vs

M&M, LLC $499 free ship + 3% cc fee
https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/images/411546098.jpg

To bad classic arms doesnt ship to CA though : (

jeep7081
11-26-2011, 9:37 AM
To bad classic arms doesnt ship to CA though : (

Which would you choose?

zfields
11-26-2011, 9:39 AM
Im a Saiga guy. Id buy one and convert it myself. Its easy, and fun ( if your into that sorta thing ).

Either that or find a WASR that you can inspect yourself.

CSACANNONEER
11-26-2011, 9:40 AM
Good deal on the Saiga version. Thanks for the link.
http://classicfirearms.com/Saiga.htm

Saiga $439 + shipping fee
http://classicfirearms.com/images/Saiga-Ak.jpg

vs

M&M, LLC $499 free ship + 3% cc fee
https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/images/411546098.jpg

Two totally different guns that are hard to compare. The half azz Saiga conversion is still lacking a lot of the conversion mods to make it into a traditional AK. It needs a threaded barrel, muzzle device, AK style gas tube, upper and lower handgaurds, etc.

The M&M one is more tacticool but, that's just the furniture. At least it has what's needed to change the furniture out to wood or leave it the way it is. The main problem is that none of us seen to know who is actually manufacturing the receivers and putting these together. If nothing else, SHOT is less than two months away. I guess we'll get a report on these IF they show up at SHOT.

zfields
11-26-2011, 9:44 AM
Heres a bit more info on the M10

Romanian M10-762 Semi-Automatic AK-Type Rifle, 7.62x39
The rifle you see above is a Romanian M10-AK variant imported directly from Romania. The M10 AK-type rifles are entirely manufactured of all NEW parts. We guarantee these rifles to exceed ATF's minimum 922R, six U.S. made parts compliancy requirements with the following, brand NEW, U.S. made parts installed: Tapco RAZR muzzle brake with integral flash hider; polymer Tapco buttstock; ergonomic Hogue Industries pistol grip; Tapco single hook G2 trigger group (3 parts); 30 round, double stack Promag, black polymer magazine; and Tapco AK retaining plate for ease of install and take down.

The barrels of these rifles are cold hammer forged and chrome-lined for long lasting durability and increased accuracy and have a 1:10 twist rate with four lands and grooves; windage adjustable RPK-style rear sights graduated to 1000 meters in 100 meter increments, adjustable iron front sight, fully CNC machined steel scope mounting rails, heat-treated, stamped receiver to military specifications, light-weight aluminum quad rails with removable rubber quad rail covers and a removable trigger plate.


Looks a lot like a UTG front rail to me.

jeep7081
11-26-2011, 9:47 AM
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Mamluke
11-26-2011, 9:48 AM
Is it my eyes or does the M&M has a permanent muzzle device?!

At any rate, the price is right on both; the M&M is closer to an AK47 than the Saiga. Although I'm not a fan of taticool stuff on AK's, and hate that front site being anchored on the gas port block!

Personally, I would go with the Old classical military look with wood furniture & all.

...... :popcorn: ......