Originally Posted by 1stMarine
If there's one thing I learned don't let that slightly different gas block put you off, it can actually be a huge advantage for example in adverse conditions. I've found that simply adjusting the position of the gas restrictor can allow for much better firing with a fouled barrel, bolt, or gas system. The extra pressure seems to force the gun to work peroid. I would not however reccomend opening the restrictor like that for normal conditions as the excess pressure can in fact damage the gun.
Unfortunately the gas block plug on the Yugo AK is not one that you can toggle. Its either open if the grenade sight is down, or closed if grenade sight is up. I think SKSs can be toggled but not the AK.
As for which AK is the best, I can only say Yugo AKs are made thicker. They have milled receivers so they are heavier. And from my experience most of the Yugos have pretty nice sights compared to some of the wasr's ive seen.
Mr. AK himself says that he thinks the Bulgarian model AKs are the best.