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.......Here's mine...the Green Monster!

Century Champion (Draco) pistol in 7.62x39 converted by Freakshow Manufacturing (thanks Adam!) to single shot status. Legally transferred into Cali as single shot exempt. Legally converted after transfer to semi-auto. Prior owner had painted it with baked on molybdenum disulfide paint in flat olive green. Has Solar lock and 10/40 mag with VMG grip, UTG aluminum quad rail, a Beamshot 2000 green laser. The brake is the new PWS FSC47.

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That is truly evil.

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Posted it a couple of times before but here it is again:

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JP,

Nice! What is the barrel length on that? Mine is 11".

I want to add a sling swivel in the rear trunion as well. Any thoughts on how to retrofit one? Thanks.
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Nice! What is the barrel length on that? Mine is 11".

I want to add a sling swivel in the rear trunion as well. Any thoughts on how to retrofit one? Thanks.
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I just took a sling loop off of a Romy G buttstock and attached it to the trunnion with machine screws. You'll have to drill and tap it.
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I just took a sling loop off of a Romy G buttstock and attached it to the trunnion with machine screws. You'll have to drill and tap it.
Great idea. Is the rear trunion hardened?
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Great idea. Is the rear trunion hardened?
Factory trunnions are, after market pistol trunnions probably aren't. I used a factory trunnion, cut off the tang, and put a single 1/4" rivet through the remaining buttstock screw hole to attach a steel block, which was drilled and tapped. A steel plate is sandwiched between the sling loop and the trunnion to cover the rear of the gun.
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Factory trunnions are, after market pistol trunnions probably aren't. I used a factory trunnion, cut off the tang, and put a single 1/4" rivet through the remaining buttstock screw hole to attach a steel block, which was drilled and tapped. A steel plate is sandwiched between the sling loop and the trunnion to cover the rear of the gun.
Mine has a factory trunion so drilling it will be tough I guess.
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Those are really nice AK's guys!
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.......Here's mine...the Green Monster!

Century Champion (Draco) pistol in 7.62x39 converted by Freakshow Manufacturing (thanks Adam!) to single shot status. Legally transferred into Cali as single shot exempt. Legally converted after transfer to semi-auto. Prior owner had painted it with baked on molybdenum disulfide paint in flat olive green. Has JP lock and 10/40 mag, UTG aluminum quad rail, a Beamshot 2000 green laser and Eotech 512/A65. The brake is the new PWS FSC47.

Not at all practical but very fun!



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That is over the top, in a good way.!!!!

REALLY big magazine on a small weapon (very similar to myself ;-) !!)

Can't wait to see it up close !!

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Son of a motherless goat!!!!!! That's like somthing out of a Video Game. And if you play to closes to the scren you might get hit......Nice !!!!
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I can't believe there are only two (2) Cali compliant AK pistols here!
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.......Here's mine...the Green Monster!


.........j/k
One of these days I'll have to put one together myself...but with less cowbell




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There are more members here with AK pistols, they probably just haven't seen this thread yet.
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Just picked mine up today. Lancaster on a NDS-3 receiver, JP lock, 10/40 mag, and bungie sling.








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Just picked mine up today. Lancaster on a NDS-3 receiver, JP lock, 10/40 mag, and bungie sling.
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Just picked mine up today. Lancaster on a NDS-3 receiver, JP lock, 10/40 mag, and bungie sling.









The wood on that is awesome! Did you replace it? Did it come like that? How much? Where can I get it?
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It came like that. I don't know where you would get it. There must be somewhere though. Maybe straight from Lancaster.
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I agree ... nice set up. Did you ever find out where he got it?

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Here's me and a few of my guns. Seeing as how this is an AK forum, clearly its the one on the right. Pretty decent Christmas card.
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[QUOTE=jacques;1987918]Just picked mine up today. Lancaster on a NDS-3 receiver, JP lock, 10/40 mag, and bungie sling.





Your AK Pistol looks sharp! Did you drill a hole to mount a sling mount or did you install a Pistol trunnion with cutout for Uncle Mike's sling swivel?
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That Lancaster made me wet my shorts!
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Very nice, ladies. One day I'll have mine, too.
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I want to buy one straight up! Send it to Freakshow for a single shot conversion then here to Cali! Where can I find one?
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I went the easy route and built my AR pistola first, but I plan on building my ak clone pistol soon. Maybe sooner than later after reading this damn thread.
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California and Federally compliant AOW.

I had my C&R ATF inspection after I tried to volreg this gun, and CADOJ had tipped ATF that I was <gasp>building guns</gasp>. Thank goodness for interagency cooperation keeping us all safe. Inspection went fine, no problem from ATF on building this, much to the frustration of CADOJ I'm sure.

Yugo M92 kit built up from a flat as a single-shot, converted to semi, and AOW'ed.

If you thought the TangoDown VFG was already expensive, try adding $200 to the price tag.

First pic showing the gun with the ATF NFA Tax Stamp paperwork, 10/20 magazine:


Second pic, same gun in its latest furniture (ATF NFA Tax Stamp above still applies):
California and Federally compliant AOW. (Sorry for the repeat but last time there was such an excrement storm.)

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California and Federally compliant AOW.

I had my C&R ATF inspection after I tried to volreg this gun, and CADOJ had tipped ATF that I was <gasp>building guns</gasp>. Thank goodness for interagency cooperation keeping us all safe. Inspection went fine, no problem from ATF on building this, much to the frustration of CADOJ I'm sure.

Yugo M92 kit built up from a flat as a single-shot, converted to semi, and AOW'ed.

If you thought the TangoDown VFG was already expensive, try adding $200 to the price tag.

First pic showing the gun with the ATF NFA Tax Stamp paperwork, 10/20 magazine:

Second pic, same gun in its latest furniture (ATF NFA Tax Stamp above still applies):
California and Federally compliant AOW. (Sorry for the repeat but last time there was such an excrement storm.)
Nice! Maybe this year I'll go the NFA trust route and AOW mine as well. What optic is on the weapon in Pic #2?
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so, i'm looking to get an ak pistol.

1) can someone give me a quick run through on what the difference between a krinkov, draco, and other ak pistols are?
2) is installing a rear sling swivel as easy as drill and tapping or is there a whole other piece that needs to be installed?
3) i read you guys talking about a trinnion... what is that?

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so, i'm looking to get an ak pistol.

1) can someone give me a quick run through on what the difference between a krinkov, draco, and other ak pistols are?
2) is installing a rear sling swivel as easy as drill and tapping or is there a whole other piece that needs to be installed?
3) i read you guys talking about a trinnion... what is that?

thanks for any info you can provide!
1) Krinkovs are Russian. Dracos are Romanian.

2) I believe the rear sling swivel is already mounted on AK pistol trunnions.

3) A trunnion is a metal block riveted inside the receiver in order to mount a buttstock in the rear and the barrel in the front.
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so, i'm looking to get an ak pistol.

1) can someone give me a quick run through on what the difference between a krinkov, draco, and other ak pistols are?
2) is installing a rear sling swivel as easy as drill and tapping or is there a whole other piece that needs to be installed?
3) i read you guys talking about a trinnion... what is that?

thanks for any info you can provide!

Yeah, they all become safe queens because once you take them to the range 1x you realize being limited to 10 rd mags in such a weapon steals away all the potential fun. Had mine almost 2 years and its only been out once....the day after I got it. I like the all black Yugo AK Pap pistol I saw out of state at the gun show... An AK or AR pistol is a must have in a collection if you have the money.
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sweet, thanks for the info!
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The Draco does not have a sling swivel on the rear trunion since this is a factory made pistol with it's original Romanian receiver and trunions. Per JumboPanda, the factory rear trunion is hardened, so drilling it might be a challenge. Aftermarket rear pistol trunions for custom builds may have sling swivel opening already.
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can i simply swap out rear trunions or is there some crazy modification involved?
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oh, that's easy. cool, thanks for the info. gunbroker here i come! love your green monster by the way.
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