GUN AK ..................teach me

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    What is the "one" to have? I would like the folding stock style.
     
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    either or for me.
     
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    If you insist on a folder, Id go with a side. The under is not easy to shoot well due to funny cheek weld.
     
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    what is the "one" to have that is a non folder
     
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    xpinchx hes got a nice cock, on the thin side but its stil

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    regarding fixed stock: I feel that for a shooter, and a home defense gun, a fixed shot gives the most repeatable and reliable cheek weld and therefore the quickest target aquisition. You can get good with a folder too. But the fixed stocks seem to do better with this.

    Lots of people find the Eastern Bloc stocks to be too short. However, if you square up to the target and take an agressive stance, the stocks are fine. However, there are plenty of aftermarket longer stocks.
     

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