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Old 03-24-2013, 09:37 AM   #11
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Midwest rail guard. Forward grip. Hogue grip. Night sights. A2 flash hider
Someday an RMR on top

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Old 03-24-2013, 12:03 PM   #12
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The only thing an Ak ever needed was simply a sling so you never had to put it down

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Old 03-31-2013, 04:21 AM   #13
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What should a carpenter put on his hammer? I would use that list to choose what I would put on a Ak


he went into younder village and never returned

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Old 03-31-2013, 05:00 AM   #14
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With that said, here's my Romey;

^ Box Stock

^ Blinged out as an inside the wire zombie slayer.

^ As a reach out and touch someone.
Hows that kavaar hold up, I went with a bp02 low profile

On my AK I have;
Smith enterprises comp
Interfuse handguard
Bonesteel folding stock
Magpul CTR
Larue check RISR
Houge grip
Bp02 scope mount
Burris Pepr
Sniper 1x4 x36
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Tactical hand guard, handle, and Red Dot scope (plus a Bumpski).

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Aimpoint PRO, UTG quad, Magpul AFG and ladder rails, US Palm grip and a custom made cheek riser. And a little rattle can job.

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A little single rail on the gas tube with a laser for HD.

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1st determine what your absolute needs are. I am now 70 yrs old and I need some type of optics, a red dot on an AK is just right for me. I also like a very good trigger. If my eyes were still sharp I would not add the optics. I do add a sling. I set up the sling to be used for a hasty sling to steady the rifle and to carry the rifle. a 2 point adjustable sling works out well for this. In my opinion this makes for a fast dependable rifle to bet my life on.

My opinion on additions to a rifle are mine only and based on A year in vietnam. My 1st concern was dependabilty, I carried a M 14 thru a monsoon season living in mud and the very hot dusty and sandy season. It never failed to funtion, however I carried a tooth brush in my shirt pocket and used it very often. I also cleaned it completly when ever I got a chance, during the monsoon season finding a dry clean place to clean it properly was not very often.

My M 14 was equiped with a sling and nothing else. I cannot believe that very many of todays add on acessorys would have lasted long.
There are a lot of real nice cleaning kits available, few of them contain a hard cleanning rod, If you can push out a stuck round with a cable, you are better than I am. I carry a cleanning rod with as short of sections as I can find to make it compact.

Equipt your rifle any way you want, but first decide if you don't want it to break, then don't put breakables on it.

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Never saw an NVA, raghead, or skinny with a bunch of Hollywood fancy furniture and they did pretty damn good with them.
The only thing I put on my AK is a good cleaning when it is totally filthy.
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