GUN AK build v. Going to need some help :wtc:

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  1. PanzerAce

    PanzerAce Active Member

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    Well, Im going to start building up my AK soon, but I have NO idea how the hell to do it. I know that you need presses and other stuff, which, as a college student, I dont have. Does any one have a set of good instructions for how to build it and what I need (I know a couple of guys that work in a machine shop...) to build? Thanks for the help.

    Oh, if it matters, its a NDS-3 receiver and Ill be putting a Romy kit on it.
     
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    isn't there a video on here somewhere about that? I'm thinking I'm going to be building my own as well, so I can get exactly what I want.
     
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    im thinking of starting a build myself... found a local guy selling OHIO recievers for $59 without trunion or buttstock holes drilled... any builders comments of if its a good deal/start?
     
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    I picked up my OOW reciever last week its a good deal for the price
     
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    thanks, I think the guys that work at the shop should have all the tools that tutorial wants....
     

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