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Old 01-18-2016, 08:25 PM   #1
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First Firearm of the New Year

Just thought I'd share a few photos of my first gun purchase this year. Its a Yugo M92 pistol. I removed the thread protector from the muzzle and installed a Krinkov booster, replaced the wood furniture with a Midwest Industries railed hand guard, and I will install a Shockwave buffer tube and stock (excuse me...arm brace) as soon as the US Machinegun adapter arrives. Before and after.



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I like it a lot. Is that a 7.62x39?
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Old 01-18-2016, 09:05 PM   #3
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Nice SBR.....I mean AK pistol!
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Originally Posted by glokrok View Post
I like it a lot. Is that a 7.62x39?
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Nice SBR.....I mean AK pistol!
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What is the overall length? Looks pretty mean. Let us know how well it functions. Something tells me that it will function just fine being that it is in the AK family.
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For some reason the before pic's aren't loading for me, but I like the after pic's. Should be a fun one to shoot.
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Old 01-19-2016, 06:06 AM   #7
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Have you found a holster yet ? Lol.
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Old 01-19-2016, 06:38 AM   #8
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What is the overall length? Looks pretty mean. Let us know how well it functions. Something tells me that it will function just fine being that it is in the AK family.
10.25 inch barrel and 19.75 inch overall length. That is without the tube and brace.
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For some reason the before pic's aren't loading for me, but I like the after pic's. Should be a fun one to shoot.
Fixed. Photobucket issues exacerbated by Russian Standard...
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Interesting transformation. I like it. About what does the new furniture and goodies cost. If I could stop buying other things I could do that loos like fun.
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Interesting indeed. Yes, I would call that a firearm.
Have fun and be safe.
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