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HAY GUYS! I has AK too. Can I join?

Finnaly put my RPK together. Its a genuine Russian Molot from 1973.   I bought it as a complete gun, but due to laws i had to remove and trash the receiver, BCG and barrel.   But all the rest (70%

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nope nothing for the moment,

will give it a good spray with WD40 to protect it somewhat

 

maybe will use the same varnish I used on the wood...

we'll see, I'll leave it for now

 

don't know what it will do on potmetal or aluminum...

maybe I'll try it on some other stuff to

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Heh, I remember once managing to get a few grenade rounds for the version of that they put in to the old version of America's Army, seeing the guy working the extra bolt-action on the back of a grenade launcher was a bit of a surprise, very unusual design. Is that a scratch build or one of those random things that some small no-longer-existing company produced in tiny numbers 'back in the day'?

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What happened to the MIAD? :)

 

It's coming back once I find a better way to mount it on.

 

did you manage the wobbling? how did you fit the m4 stock adapter?

 

Nope, I'm switching RAS's - that'll come later.

 

the RAS looks a little bit too sticklebrick/swiss cheese for my liking but its a cool gun either way

 

Yea, the more I look at it the uglier it is lol.

 

as cool as this.......:)

 

Sadly, no. T_T

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