I am looking at the Zastava M70 O-PAP Rifle at J&G Sales and although I like the washed wood stock, I really love those East German Sidefolders :D: I am not sure whether the trunnion is a normal AKM trunnion or if it's a bulged/RPK style trunnion. If it's a normal AKM trunnion I'm good to go...
May 25, 2010 · Will a Yugo RPK barrel fit inside a Romanian AK-47 trunnion?
AK47-RPK-GM: RPK barrel for Russian and Romanian rifle kits. AK47-10GM: Will Fit Most Russian 5.45mm kits. The above information is provided only as a guide. A detail print may be viewed by clicking “Specification Detail” below the product description.
Jan 11, 2013 · This is a Yugoslavian M70AB2 using the original RPK trunnion and thick receiver. It is NOT the M70AB2T that was produced later using the standard trunnion and thinner AK receiver. This is built from an original full Yugo kit on a DCI US receiver, not a post-2005 barrel ban kit with a US barrel.
Caliber: 7.62x39 Model: Yugo M70B1 AK-47 (Stamped) Condition: Used Stock: Wood Handguards: Wood Kits are in used condition, these kits will show some wear on the wood and plastic parts and worn finish on metal parts. No Barrel, Receiver, or Magazine included
Apr 03, 2017 · For example below is the drawing of AK-74 front trunnion forging. 2) AKM/AKMS Armorer’s Manual. Next set of drawings is from Russian AKM/AKMS armorer’s manual (1968). These are mainly drawings of small parts which were considered possible to be made at armorer’s level to replace the original ones.
Jan 26, 2016 · The RPK Bi-podblegs and clips hang up on foliage and just about everything inside a vehicle, where the length of the weapon due to lack a folding or collapsible stock is an issue.The RPK type bi-pods, while tall enough for 30 and 40 rnd mags can’t adjust for terrain and force the shooter to maintain too high a silhouette when using 75 rnd drums.
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But ultimately i feel the rh10 is a go for me, some complain for the cleaning rod and short sight radius but dont pay attention to what jim fuller said with the better balance and less weight is a plus to tote around because these rpk reviever build aks are a bit to shoulder. Thanks for your honest unbiased opinions Rob Ski.