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Old 11-17-2013, 3:07 PM
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Arrow Optics on a PAP M92? - What do you use?

I like the fact that the single point sling give some stability when pushed out, but Id like to throw on some sort of optic. Red dot perhaps? What do you guys use?
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Old 11-17-2013, 3:19 PM
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I use a Primary Arms MicroDot on my CAI/ROMARM Draco.
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Old 11-17-2013, 3:23 PM
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^ do you use a sling setup as well?
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I 2nd the Primary Arms or Aimpoint Microdot.
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I have a m92 and I plan on adding my primary arms micro dot to use with the single point sling. I at first hated the sling but it really helps once you practice with it. I would stick with whatever red dot you can find at a good price. The hogue grip is the best thing going for that gun.
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Ok great input. Thanks guys. I have another ? What rail are you using? Easy and straight forward install?
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just got a Ultimak M1b for a AK74 but they have one for the krink, great design
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^ do you use a sling setup as well?
Yes. Single point sling.
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Ok great input. Thanks guys. I have another ? What rail are you using? Easy and straight forward install?
Midwest Industries AK universal handguard.


Since you have a CAI/Zastava PAP M92 PV, check out the Midwest Industries Yugo M92 Krinkov handguard.
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^ Not bad. I will look more into this. Thanks!
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^^^interesting!
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I think I may pull the trigger on this MI one next week.
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Do you plan on wearing gloves when you shoot? If you put a metal handguard on you might want to consider it. Mine gets toasty even with the wood forend.
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Old 11-21-2013, 5:32 PM
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Ive never had a problem with that even when I dump a full mag.
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