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Old 11-12-2009, 4:54 PM
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Default Ak Barrel Press Jig

Has anyone purchased the Ak barrel press jig sold at Gunthings?

If so what was your impression of it?


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Looks Ok, but looks a little tippy to me . I've got a better set up & I'll try to post a pic. I also have a better AK Trigger guard riveting jig. I'd let both go for $100.
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Make your own tool with a piece of scrap and a couple of button head screws. With the screws you can adjust for differences in the trunnion to get the barrel going strait. Just my opinion.
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I have one like that- love it
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i use 1/4" black all thread and a couple of brass washers. has never failed me and only cost 7.00
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I welded up my own with some scrap metal I had.
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If you lived closer to Sacramento, you could just borrow my AK-Builder set.
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Here is a photo of one I made. It's adjustable due to variances in different trunnions. Made from scrap steel. It has three legs so it has much better support.





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Here are a couple I built, After cutting the 2 extra legs off of the 1st one, I figured why bother on the 2nd as it is stronger with them left in place.




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