I recently added an ALG Defense AKT-UL and one of their high-energy mainsprings.  Crisp break, no creep, smooth pull and probably the best AK trigger I've ever had.  The added torque from their main spring provides a much crisper  lock. Overall  a great improvement to the trigger group and easier to stay on target. Worth every penny, like almost everything else the Geissele family makes. 

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BadMonkey, have you seen the Khyber Customs peep sights for the M92? I'm tempted to get one, for the rare chance my Aimpoint fails.

https://www.khybercustoms.com/...al-battle-peep-sight

I've  got an Ironwood Designs AKMSU style handguard on the way. I'll post pictures when I get it set up. But that would go sweet with an underfolder.

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DAN187, Thanks for the heads up on those Khyber Customs peep sights for the M92, I will definitely buy one for my Yugo M92. 

 

Here's the actual M92 at Zastava, they have a lot of fun looking firearms on their website:

http://www.zastava-arms.rs/en/...t/submachine-gun-m92

 

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Yes, they have a version with one notch and one peep, or the two peep version. They are currently developing a version to the Bulgarian/Russian Krinks as well.

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The rear of the grip on s gonna need a little clearance work for my 20 round pmags, and then another coat of oil, but the grip is worlds better to me than a standard M92 handguard.IMG_4417

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The rear of the grip on s gonna need a little clearance work for my 20 round pmags, and then another coat of oil, but the grip is worlds better to me than a standard M92 handguard.IMG_4417

Where did you find your handguard? The only ones I have seen (airsoft version, but same wood as the real deal) are the AKMSU ones, which are about an inch too short for the M92s

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Ironwood Designs it is. They offer them in a variety of wood types and for AKMSU, AKM, M92/85, and milled SAM7K models.

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So what I learned today, is to test everything before staining.

Magpul AK mags need the handguard to be sanded down a decent amount. Steel mags worked with it fine, and Bulgarian Circle 10's needed just a bit removed. Took about 20 minutes with sandpaper, and now I'm gonna have to redo the finish.

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Joined:  1/30/05           Location: Graham, Wa

Live and learn.

Mick, when I get it all back together, meaning Ultimak rail with light and optic, I will take a picture of it with my Marlin 336, so you can get a size comparison.

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I got everything back together, and working flawlessly with all my mags.

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Here is one for you Mick.

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I E-filed my Form 1 as soon as it was allowed here.

I'm editing to add this in: There are several options for side folding braces. One is CNCWarrior, I don't know if they have the brace version on their website but if not you can call them. This requires drilling a single hole in the trunnion and they have a jig kit to make it easy. There is also USMachineGun, which requires no modification to the host gun. The last option that I can think of off the top of my head is to use the Ace style folder that is made for an AR buffer tube and use a pistol tube with the brace of your choice.

Sometimes I worry about the durability of the screws holding the stock mechanism to the trunnion. I don't logically think I should, as these things have been around for a long time and I don't see people complaining of breakages. Should it come to it, I would probably get the rear trunnion replaced with a standard AK one and put a solid wood stock on it. I only fold the stock for storage. So that ability isn't a concern to me (nor will this rifle work with the stock folded in its current set up.)

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Do you have a side rail on the receiver? I don't know if WASRs come with them. If so than a mount from RS regulate, or Midwest Industries would go there.

Attero Arms makes one that replace the rear sight and the spring for a more solid lock up, but I have not used it. The Rat has one so he might chime in on how well it works.

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I do believe it has a side rail. I think I like the sight version better. Does anyone know of any other mount that works with the Magpul handguards? I want to say I've seen one somewhere online, but I can't recall where.

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Ultimak rails work with Magpul handguards

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I have an Attero Arms mount on my Arsenal SAM7R:

I like it very much. Rock solid and holds zero. The BUIS is right on and easy to use in the lower 1/3. Dustcover is a little tricky to get back on, but after you do it a couple times, it's easy enough.

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Nice rifle! I've lusted after a milled rifle for a while, but decided to concentrate on Yugo style guns. I'm planning an M72RPK carbine build for my "heavy for no reason" desires. 

This rifle is my inspiration:

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Saiga M3

Well there we go. Finally. Taken all of 5 years.

Started life as a Saiga M3 export. AK-103 setup with folding stock.

It is now a pimped Saiga.

Manticore Nightbrake

Klarus ST11 in a Viking Tactics polymer mount attached to a MI SS extended handguard

Cut down Magpul VFG

Midwest Industries rear sight rail with a 4 MOA H1

Krebbs selector

AKT trigger

ALG recoil spring

Bullet guide

Magpul MOE+ grip

CAA folder-M4 carbine stock conversion. <- HA! This turned out to be Commercial Spec, and of course my MOE is Milspec

Magpul MOE, literally moered on to the stock tube with a 1 1/2lbs dead-blow hammer.  I'm hoping some more pew-pew will loosen it up, otherwise I'm going to have to moer it off again and go with my non cool-guy S&W stock.

Ignore the sling attachment. It is a no-name-brand one I was trying out, it doesn't work that way around,

While the overall weight is higher than I want it, I may spring for a Zhoukov handguard when I'm next rolling in the cash, but as a competition gun it does the business.

 

 

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dan187 posted:

Nice rifle! I've lusted after a milled rifle for a while, but decided to concentrate on Yugo style guns. I'm planning an M72RPK carbine build for my "heavy for no reason" desires. 

This rifle is my inspiration:

IMG_4615

Here's a start.  Just need to cut down the barrel and remount the front sight.

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I’ve got an M72 parts kit, AK-Builder 16 inch M72 chrome lined barrel, and necessary 922 compliance parts already. My Childers receiver should be here in the next week, and then it heads off to Two Rivers Arms to be built and blued. 

It will cost about the same as buying a full size one and having it chopped, but I get exactly what I want. Such as the Childers receiver, chrome lined barrel, and I’m getting a standard side rail installed. 

The James River Armory builds have been getting mixed reviews online.

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Joined:  1/30/05           Location: Graham, Wa

My field AK, "Waldo," has received yet another set of upgrades. (Named as such by my friends, not me.)

 

This is what it looked like before, after a lot of field use:

It has taken quite a bit of unintentional abuse in this state. Dunked in the ocean three times, dropped accidentally into numerous waterfalls, streams and lakes, lots of falls, etc.

Since it has done so well, and held up through all my wanderings, I decided to spiffy it up a bit more. Added an Ultimak gas tube along with an Aimpoint Micro T1 in a Bobro QD mount. My reasoning here is that if I drop it and the glass spiderwebs, I can still take the optic off and use the irons. Additionally, the Bobro mount is low enough that the irons still cowitness. I also replaced the black electrical tape holding in the TQ/whistle/firestarter block with tan gaffers tape, so that it is less visible:

 

This was its state on my last adventure, and will likely remain as such for quite a while.

16 national parks, 12 national monuments, many other scenic locations and counting!

Is that a Hungarian 20 rounder?

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I’ve been really liking my Magpul 20 rounders for the same reasons.

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Linz, here is what possible to do with a norinco hunter. Though I’m not sure you could get all the parts down under. You may have to join the AK files forum to view it.

http://www.akfiles(dot)com/forums/showthread.php?t=321662

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dan187 posted:

Linz, here is what possible to do with a norinco hunter. Though I’m not sure you could get all the parts down under. You may have to join the AK files forum to view it.

http://www.akfiles(dot)com/forums/showthread.php?t=321662

Nice result. 

What it turns into will depend on parts acquired.

Patience, I have.

Updated the SBR with the shorter Zhukov-U forend + Manticore night brake. This saves me about an inch vs the full length Zhukov/chopped -74 type brake that I had on previously. Need to get it to the range to rezero, but I don't anticipate any difference in overall performance.

Ran the SAM7SF’s at Pressburg’s 2 day pistol/carbine class earlier this month. Still loving my ACOG’s. Definitive Arms 24mm Fighter Brake performed well. Absolutely shocked with the JMac RRD4C performance.  Almost no flash despite shooting Wolf performance. 

Educated donkey..

I may have missed it, but you got rid of the Ultimak.  What's that rear sight base you switched to?

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Hizzie, 

Are you happy with the TA44? I’m torn between getting an ACSS TA44, or an Accupoint 1-6x for my M72 Carbine. The total price difference between the two, including mounts is $3.  

I know there will be a significant weight difference between the two.

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Thanks, it seems like the perfect amount of magnification for out to 300yds while still being great for close range.

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