Originally Posted by KHickam
Really, I have seen lots of reviews from alot of different people - both video and written and they think Tapco produces quality parts - This gun I am looking at has been partially converted - and I can always get a different light if I don't like it - I like the 5.56/223 because it is the ammo carried mostly in the USA by most stores and at $430 I can buy lots of ammo to work this gun out - for the price of an Arsenal gun -But, thanks for the input
SOME of the tapco stuff for Ak's are good.
The G2 trigger is pretty much the standard on conversion rifles
The fixed buttstocks are nice, but you really cant screw that up
The stubby foregrip is great I think
The SAW pistol grip is very comfortable for me, I'm actually going to toss my Mako Ergo grip to go back to it
Basically, their folding stocks suck, the galil foregrip is questionable, and the tri-rail forend is "meh"
My first conversion I used all tapco parts. It was a good build, but I would never use the forend again.
Please don't take it that I'm bashing the rifle at all, I just would be weary of the quality of some of the parts, and the skill of the person who converted it.
If you ever come down towards Austin, I'd be glad to help you out making sure it was done well.