I bought a bunch of Hungarian AMD-65 kits and Tapco flats back before the Great Mistake was made, the Obamanation. I don't really know why I've been dragging my feet on them, but I have. I also bought a bending jig and bent my flats and sold the jig for exactly what I paid for it
The pistol was first. Being a pistol it didn't need any US made parts but got a few anyway; rear trunnion for pistol, thread protector and furniture and because I wanted an upper hand-guard it also got a modified Romanian gas tube.
The under-folder in the middle I built about 1.5 years ago, its has a Romanian barrel, gas-tube and under-folder ... compliance parts are the Tapco G2 FCG, Gas Piston, Slant cut muzzle break and Receiver ... with some practice my rivets started looking better!
The side-folder on top I finished this morning and is the closest to the AMD-65 but with a 16" Romanian barrel and of course the compliance parts; Tapco G2 FCG, Gas Piston, Slant cut muzzle break and Receiver.
My last AMD kit is going to be a full wood furniture with Romanian barrel and gas-tube ... and the usual compliance parts ... not exactly sure where I'm going to get the furniture ... since I have enough compliance parts I don't need to use US wood I'm thinking maybe that really nice blond wood I've seen on some of the pre-bans.
Finally I still have an all matching Yugo RPK kit I bought when they first came out, complete with number matching bi-pod and I'd ordered a matching number DCI receiver to make it a perfect kit
When they are all done, I'm planning on a flat black duracoat finish ... but at this rate that will be another 3 years down the road