|07-20-2011, 08:28 PM||#41|
Joined: Nov 2010
Terry G that was a teasing joke on my part...I hope you know.
I have two stamped receiver MAK-90's a milled reciever MAK-90 and a milled reciever MAK-91.
I think they are the best kept secret on the "used" AK/s market.
And I agree ergonomics play a big role in how well they shoot. But for me I can't stand the thumbhole stocks they have. They just don't work for me again that's and individual choice. I did love the one on the Bulgarian Arsenal SLR-96 I had(mentally kicking myself in the rear for parting with that one).
When I get my last MAK-90 refitted, milled receiver, I'll take an updated "family" pic of my collection. Which will be Sat if my GPC/Numrich order gets in and is the right parts for my Iron Wood Designs stock.
|05-13-2014, 09:26 AM||#42|
Joined: May 2008
|05-13-2014, 09:45 AM||#43|
Joined: May 2014
From: San Antonio TX
AK V AR15
I've been shooting the Russian surplus ammo , must say I've never had a fail, but, it dirty ammo , and really corrosive , but yep it's dirt cheap about $100 for 440 rounds, 223/556 is cheap enough, I've got an Adams Arms AR and it's really accurate with most ammo, I personally prefer the AR platform it's so adaptive , you can make it as personal as you want , not so much with the AK,OH BY THE WAY at Budsguns.com they are selling Adams arms mid length Ar15 gas piston for $559 !, less than half price they say possible blemishes but i found none .