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Old 11-15-2010, 09:21 PM   #21
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Hmmmm, I am now wondering exactly how the federalis define a "stock". I wonder if that would include one of those arm bands from the hardcore crutches that cuff your arm, IF such a cuff were to attach to the pistol grip rather than the rear of the receiver.

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Old 11-16-2010, 02:54 AM   #22
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If it got to the point I was one handed with somebody in that close... I have already dropped the Draco.

Ya..... a tricked out SBR would be the best all around ticket... hmmmmm
My wife is going to be pissed.
I was describing handling the gun with two hands not one. Agreed SBR will be sweet.
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Old 11-21-2010, 03:35 AM   #23
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I bought a Draco Pistol two months ago and it is fun to shoot. Not as stable as a rifle, but still fun.Its a WASP 10 with no buttstock and a very short barrel. Any standard upper and lower handguards will fit ,along with any rails for a stamp reciever. I have sent my forms and money order to the ATF for a SBR.

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Old 11-27-2011, 11:48 PM   #24
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I have two of them. The 7.62X39 and the .223 (Rare). Lots of fun… Downside~ plan on surgery to have the smile removed.

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I always considered getting a mini-draco, and putting a

10 round mag on it. Probably a little heavy as a sidearm,

but IMO a great matching pistol for

an AK rifle ...

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I have two of them. The 7.62X39 and the .223 (Rare). Lots of fun… Downside~ plan on surgery to have the smile removed.

I'm thinking of getting the .223 version (Champion) if I can find one. How do you like yours?
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The Romanian Draco .223 I have was brought into the States by Century Arms (or so I was told). I spoke with several of the usual suspects ~ J&G - Classic Arms ~ CTD and they all said they could not tell me when or if they would get more in. You can find used .223's on some of the gun broker sites from time to time. Apparently they are rare~ I picked this one up 6 months ago and my serial number is (year)00020. The short barrel will give you lots of noise.. for some reason my .223 is actually louder than the 7.62X39 I have, so you want to have your ear protection on when you fire it.... You will be surprised what this little guy will do shooting from the hip at 25~30 yards. I recommend the Draco if you like to make nose, blow stuff up or clear the room. Several hundred rounds through it without any problems..I love it. Here is a Draco Fans FB page. More information and photos here~ https://www.facebook.com/DIVAGIRL82#!/groups/210966922266227/
Or search for " Draco Pistol Fans ".

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The Romanian Draco .223 I have was brought into the States by Century Arms (or so I was told). I spoke with several of the usual suspects ~ J&G - Classic Arms ~ CTD and they all said they could not tell me when or if they would get more in. You can find used .223's on some of the gun broker sites from time to time. Apparently they are rare~ I picked this one up 6 months ago and my serial number is (year)00020. The short barrel will give you lots of noise.. for some reason my .223 is actually louder than the 7.62X39 I have, so you want to have your ear protection on when you fire it.... You will be surprised what this little guy will do shooting from the hip at 25~30 yards. I recommend the Draco if you like to make nose, blow stuff up or clear the room. Several hundred rounds through it without any problems..I love it. Here is a Draco Fans FB page. More information and photos here~ https://www.facebook.com/DIVAGIRL82#!/groups/210966922266227/
Or search for " Draco Pistol Fans ".
Cool. Thanks for the info.
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No problem.. Any other questions about the Draco ( if I can), I'll be on the FB Draco Fans Page... or here now that I found you guys.
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It should read ~ " Draco Pistol Fans " On FB
It is set up to keep spammers away. Ask to join ~

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