GUN I has an AK

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  1. PanzerAce

    PanzerAce Active Member

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    [​IMG]

    :wiggle:

    Just got it today (delivered at noonish, fucking classes didn't let me out till 5:30), so I haven't had a chance to hit the range yet. I'm going either tomorrow or saturday.
     
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    :wavey:

    But what's with that dopey little thing stickin' out of the bottom? ;)

    How much did it cost you for everything if you don't mind me asking? And what is it refinished in, if it was at all?
     
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    Nice! That is exactly what I want.
     
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    nice, what kind, how much, where?
     
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    fixed magazine I assume?
     
  6. PanzerAce

    PanzerAce Active Member

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    The dopey little thing is a 10 rounder that I am going to use in all my pictures, since I'm not going to post with anything illegal (and yes, it is fixed)

    Total cost? ~100 parts kit, ~140 for furniture and new compliance parts (gas piston, trigger, disconnector, sear, compensator), plus 360 for the build.

    And that cost included the reparking.

    numbers matching Romy G on a DCI NDS-3, see above for price, Ken Kubin @ http://globalmilitarygunsmithing.com/index.html

    yup, untill I can get around to filing down the MMG that I have.
     
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    striker754 Chillin

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    what the fuck is MMG
     
  8. PanzerAce

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    Monster Man Grip

    basically, it just replaces the P-grip.

    edit: [​IMG]
     
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    I sure hope the build cost included the receiver :o
     
  10. PanzerAce

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    oops, didn't include that. I don't remember how much off the top of my head, but it was more in CA than it would be in free america. I think 100%s go for about 50 bucks from DCI :dunno:
     
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    how is MMG even comfortable?
     
  12. PanzerAce

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    :dunno: but it is.
     
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    looks good man. how much did you get the receiver for? does it usually cost that much for the build
     
  14. PanzerAce

    PanzerAce Active Member

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    don't remember on the receiver, but obviously if you did all the work yourself it would be cheaper.
     
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    but it aint a kit gun like the AR so it would be hard as hell huh
     
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    Where does your thumb go with the MMG? It looks so...odd :o
     
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    [​IMG]

    its either the MMG or this for detachable mags.....

    MMG's not too bad i guess. Ive never actually used it but it doesnt look that bad

    id rather have a detachable mag than a fixed with a p grip
     
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    along the top of your trigger finger
     
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    minus Damn you, Damn the Broccoli, and Damn the Wright B

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    Can you post a picture of somebody holding the mmg?
     
  20. PanzerAce

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    hmmm, lemme find some.

    edit: [​IMG]

    it really looks more awkward than it is.
     
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    minus Damn you, Damn the Broccoli, and Damn the Wright B

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    Not a member.
     
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    [​IMG]

    this ones even more awkward than the MMG
     
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    it it is illegal most likely
     
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    it is from the FAB10 website....the ones who started the whole california legal Ar's. That specific grip was listed as being DOJ approved

    http://www.fabten.com/
     

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