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Old 05-02-2013, 09:34 PM   #1
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Ok guys im new to the forums and new to gun building. I was in the USMC for 4 years and the army for 6 soni know my way around a rifle. But in just dont know about these kits. Can someone help me out with some info on these and which ones are the best. I would also like to know what all I would need to buy separate. Thanks in advance for the help guys. Its much appreciated

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Sorry. I can't help. Don't know a thing about AK kits.
Welcome to the forum.

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Sorry. I can't help. Don't know a thing about AK kits.
Welcome to the forum.
Thanks man. Im really hopinh someone can enlighten me.
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Building an AK from parts?

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Building an AK from parts?
Yeah. Like buying one of the kits and putting it together.
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Reviving a demilled kit is extremely difficult. It will require welding.
Building a rifle from parts is much less difficult.

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Reviving a demilled kit is extremely difficult. It will require welding.
Building a rifle from parts is much less difficult.
From what I understand I can get the pre milled? Or am I mistaking?
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I'm guessing it wouldn't be hard to do. An AK is pretty simple.

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I'm guessing it wouldn't be hard to do. An AK is pretty simple.

That was my thought. I just wanted to know if anyone had any experience and advice on the matter. I own 2 sks and I love them. But id like to have an AK for close quarters. My sks are totally nice but its hard to pie corners. but I dont feel like paying now aday prices for the ak. And is like to get expierience building as well.
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From what I understand I can get the pre milled? Or am I mistaking?
Oh. A receiver blank. Go for it. You can do it.
If you don't have any experience now, you will when you finish.
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