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Old 04-29-2006, 1:21 AM
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Default Official 7.62 california legal self loading pics!

I'm bored so here's a pic of my work in progress. Fixed mag of course via screw in the TG.

My mini psl build. I'm still waiting on my Fal flash hider.



I finished demilling my 3 romy g's kits but now I need make my bolt cutter rivet squeezer. I also have 1 Ptr to go hehe.
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I just picked this up the other day. Barrel needs a good cleaning and need to replace the furniture.
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I just picked this up the other day. Barrel needs a good cleaning and need to replace the furniture.
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I just picked this up the other day. Barrel needs a good cleaning and need to replace the furniture.
Just get a good cleaner for the wood and leave as is. Nice metal
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My first CA legal build 1971 Russian AKM on a DCI receiver, U.S. parts included: receiver, FCG, pistol grip, brake, floorplate.



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Here is the the next build, a Polish kit on a DCI receiver which will become a permentaly fixed single shot. The gas port is sealed shut with high temp. silver solder. U.S. parts include: receiver, FCG, brake, stock, floorplate, follower



here is the insideof the gas block after filling with silver solder, I also had to shorten
the gas piston becasue of the solder




if you notice the hand guards it started life as a underfolder


it is currently a screw build with a broken tap in the rear block until I can
get someone to drill or mill it out. Then probably going to rivit it together



the wood was soaked in acetone to clean it and finished with a clear poly, the
metal was just roughed up with steelwool and degreesed, and sprayed with Alumni-
hyde II in a semi-gloss and then #000 steelwool

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wow that russian looks really amazing. Excellent job on that wood restore.
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Hungarian SA85 built on a Global 1.6mm receiver (special thanks to wayoutwest for helping me with my first build.)


Before paint


After paint


buttstock looks discolored due to the painters tape being left on there for 2 days.

Wood looks normal now.

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way out west, where did you get that russian parts kit at :-)

And that polish side folder stock?? :-)
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Here is the the next build, a Polish kit on a DCI receiver which will become a permentaly fixed single shot. The gas port is sealed shut with high temp. silver solder. U.S. parts include: receiver, FCG, brake, stock, floorplate, follower



here is the insideof the gas block after filling with silver solder, I also had to shorten
the gas piston becasue of the solder




if you notice the hand guards it started life as a underfolder


it is currently a screw build with a broken tap in the rear block until I can
get someone to drill or mill it out. Then probably going to rivit it together



the wood was soaked in acetone to clean it and finished with a clear poly, the
metal was just roughed up with steelwool and degreesed, and sprayed with Alumni-
hyde II in a semi-gloss and then #000 steelwool
WHERE CAN I BUY A CALIFORNIA LEAGAL AK47
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Nice!

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damn, that looks exactly what I am planning on building, where did you get that kit?
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My first CA legal build 1971 Russian AKM on a DCI receiver, U.S. parts included: receiver, FCG, pistol grip, brake, floorplate.



NICE I mean IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Color is pretty GOOD!!!!!
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Nice furniture
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I am a new member as of today wanted to thank you all for this awesome site. I live here in Sol Cal and enjoy guns a lot. I started off with 1911 .45 and went on to .308 bolt action before I got into military surplus arms, SKS and other fun shooting Cal legal stuff. I was in the Army in 1986 so I looked into building a AR 15 but the only thing I came up with was the FAB 10 and The Bushmaster Cal Legal that had the mag wall welded...Looks wierd. If you guys can help with information on Ca legal AR 15 build that would be sweet and I would also like to know how to go about the Ca legal AK build.

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I am a new member as of today wanted to thank you all for this awesome site. I live here in Sol Cal and enjoy guns a lot. I started off with 1911 .45 and went on to .308 bolt action before I got into military surplus arms, SKS and other fun shooting Cal legal stuff. I was in the Army in 1986 so I looked into building a AR 15 but the only thing I came up with was the FAB 10 and The Bushmaster Cal Legal that had the mag wall welded...Looks wierd. If you guys can help with information on Ca legal AR 15 build that would be sweet and I would also like to know how to go about the Ca legal AK build.

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If you guys can help with information on Ca legal AR 15 build that would be sweet and I would also like to know how to go about the Ca legal AK build.
Easiest thing for you would be:

1. Do a bit of reading in the off-list forum. Also read the FAQ up at the top of the page for an overview of the law - what configurations are legal.
2. Decide whether fixed mags annoy you more than no 'evil features'.
3. Buy your rifle parts online - www.coldwarshooters.com and www.ddsranch.com are both very familiar with California issues.
4. Buy your California-compliance parts. If you go fixed, you want a fixed mag kit; if you want detachable mags, then you want either an SRB or a Monsterman grip.
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Benelli R1 in .308 w/ 10 round mag

shoots <1moa w/Winchester 150 gr. ballistic silvertip. SA surplus around 1.75 moa.
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now that i'm interested in building one of these babies, how da heck do you top load the magazine if it's fixed on there?? i'm not familiar with the ak type rifles but can you easily take the top down like you do with the ar15's?? and how do i get started if i wanna build one?
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Keep em coming guys, I need ideas for 2007!
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I'm a simple man.
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Romanian

Albanian

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My first AK build:



Romanian kit with ak-builder.com economy flat. Finished on Christmas!
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DSA 58 tactical carbine. Nice length and handy but with the original stock the recoil really beat up my cheek because the line of sight was too low for the buttstock drop.



I got rid of that stock and got a replacement through Entreprise that more closely followed the original FN stock. Much better to shoot!

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that thing is really really nice!
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Nice SVT. Here's mine:
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I did not like my poly furniture set so I change it out for wood. Also added a AK74 style brake.
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I did not like my poly furniture set so I change it out for wood.
It still looks good, but you lost a couple of "Satan-points" in the conversion. (I like the black better. )
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Always bet on black. Much more "evil" looking.
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SWEET! Nice work with the wood!
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Ugly but workable.

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just get the promag clone. it's half the price and works just as well.

http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpag...eitemid=418327
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The promag bipod is junk.

Sammy invest in an all steel bipod instead of one with plastic feet. Youll be happy you did.

I got both of mine from sellers on hkpro for about 140 each. Gordon Miller (hkspecialist.net) sells new ones, but they are expen$ive.
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Just finished now that I've got the MM grip.



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The promag bipod is junk.

Sammy invest in an all steel bipod instead of one with plastic feet. Youll be happy you did.

I got both of mine from sellers on hkpro for about 140 each. Gordon Miller (hkspecialist.net) sells new ones, but they are expen$ive.
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Does this count as a 7.62?? It's .30 cal, self loading, and PRK legal

Mid-1943 Winchester M1 Garand. I like to think maybe it fought it's way ashore on Tarawa or Iwo, or maybe tore across Europe from Normandie to the Bulge, or maybe even Inchon or the Chosin Reservior. I'll never know.
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Does this count as a 7.62?? It's .30 cal, self loading, and PRK legal Mid-1943 Winchester M1 Garand. I like to think maybe it fought it's way ashore on Tarawa or Iwo, or maybe tore across Europe from Normandie to the Bulge, or maybe even Inchon or the Chosin Reservior. I'll never know.
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Sub MOA rifle: @100 yards


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