Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Keesh, May 6, 2008.
It'll buff right out [seriously]
Only thing that's new is the stock, pistol grip, and handguards
My ar doesn't require the DIY hardening that leads to that
AK's and AR's > *
I love them all.
I think it was a house fire
I finally bought a lower last week
That might actually improve the accuracy of a AK. Tighten up the tolerances.
We should burn them all in that case.
That's the first thing I thought when I saw those pics.
glad to see it back from the dead
That new furniture looked so nice my AK got jealous. Thus I just ordered some furnature for my AK
What kind of ak do you have and how accurate is it?
(soybomb thinks for once he might not get the "oh yeah, its moa with wolf" answers that so many ak/sks owners give)
i dont want my AR to do that
I need to buy one of those soon.
I get minute of whale.
How did that happen?
No my AK is just like every other stamped AK out there. Man sized target at 100 yards is Yar doing his job. I do have a failry decent trigger on it though. Norinco's have nice triggers (for a AK).
I have yet to see a AK or a SKS shoot MOA. Out here in Cali there are lots of SKS's as you can imagine prior to the loophole. I've made some money with the Yar challenges your SKS to shoot MOA. With these new AK's making to the range I might find some more easy money.
Thats a great idea, I'm stealing that from you and using it in the future. Royalties may follow
I'm sure you can make a ton of money. Some of those 5.45 and 5.56 VEPRs can shoot sub MOA but I doubt a 7.62x39 SKS ever could.
I've never seen or shot a 5.45 or 5.56 vepr, I have my reservations regarding if they actually shoot MOA anywhere other than the internet.
Arsenal did a limited run on milled 5.45's those MAYBE but I wouldn't put money on it. The .308 Galils I can see doing it, maybe Valmets but regular run of the mill stamped AK's dont shoot MOA.
I think an AR could sustain that.