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AR-Ballistic 12-12-2012 11:47 PM

AK-47 bullet button question
 
I finally decided to purchase a bullet button for the AK to rid myself of the MONSTERMAN grip and install the classic pistol grip. Here is my question for those of you who know the answer... With the bullet button installed can I also put a traditional WOOD stock in place of the U.S. made K-VAR plastic stock or does that put me in violation of not having the correct amount of U.S. parts on the rifle. Thank you in advance for any help on this matter.

Jayruta 12-13-2012 12:00 AM

You must still be 922r complient. Just because there is a maglock it does not exempt u from 922r

TacticalPlinker 12-13-2012 1:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Jayruta (Post 9909914)
You must still be 922r complient. Just because there is a maglock it does not exempt u from 922r

Yep. The maglock has nothing to do with 922r. It won't exempt you from 922r, nor will it count towards 922r.

http://gunwiki.net/Gunwiki/BuildAkVerifyCompliance

baih777 12-13-2012 3:27 AM

you could put one of these sets on and you will be ok.
http://www.timbersmithusa.com/produc...iewCat&catId=2

S470FM 12-13-2012 4:51 AM

you need a minimum of 6 US-made parts for 922r. if your stock is #6, then replace another part like the muzzle brake, piston, front HGs, PG, or FCG etc

cantcme 12-13-2012 5:01 AM

There is no required number of US parts. There is a limit on the number of import parts.

ewarmour 12-13-2012 5:07 AM

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Originally Posted by cantcme (Post 9910296)
There is no required number of US parts. There is a limit on the number of import parts.

No more than 10 imported parts. So effing stupid ...

AR-Ballistic 12-13-2012 7:10 AM

Thanks for all the replies. I appreciate it. Mike

peppermintman 12-13-2012 1:31 PM

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Originally Posted by AR-Ballistic (Post 9909866)
I finally decided to purchase a bullet button for the AK to rid myself of the MONSTERMAN grip and install the classic pistol grip. Here is my question for those of you who know the answer... With the bullet button installed can I also put a traditional WOOD stock in place of the U.S. made K-VAR plastic stock or does that put me in violation of not having the correct amount of U.S. parts on the rifle. Thank you in advance for any help on this matter.

I can't stand those things either. Get youself that new bullet button for it. Looks much easier in swapping mags. The thread says check out this bullet button. How you shoot that with konster grip anyways? Looks difficult to get a good hold. Get the parts you need and be done with it


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