Yugo M70AB2 modification project (part III)

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing Forum' started by ARnoob, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. ARnoob

    ARnoob New Member

    My brother Nate and I finally got to test out my C.I.A., Inc. Yugo M70ab2 AK that I had the H&K G3 sight system installed on. The sights are more accurate than the standard AK sights, and the rear diopter sight drum allows for different sights, for different distances. The gunsmith who added the sights sighted the rifle in at about 25 yards, so we didn't have to do much of anything. We just lined up a bunch of targets and had at it. I'm really pleased with my H&K G3 mod. The rifle now looks more like a Galil in 7.62x39. If you know a gunsmith or have some free time yourself, I suggest having it done. I hope you enjoy the video.

    Johnny 5.56: Yugo M70ab2 AK-47 HK G3/ Galil mod

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  2. ARnoob

    ARnoob New Member

    For anyone who may be interested, I've compiled a list of the parts I used for this conversion and where they can be obtained.

    Yugo M70ab2 ($469.95) Classic Arms Inc.

    Leapers UTG M70 Yugo Tactical Quad Rail ($69.97) Leapers UTG Tactical Quad Rails FREE S&H MNT-HG465, MNT-HG416SE, MNT-HG470A, MNT-HG416MF, MNT-T416MA. Leapers Riflescope Mounts, Rings & Bases.

    Unbranded 3/4" x 5' EMT Conduit ($2.67) Unbranded at Lowe's: 3/4" x 5' EMT Conduit

    Metal Tube End Cap ($1) I bought it at Lowes also, but could not find the link, so here’s another one Metal Tube End Cap Manufacturer exporting direct from Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

    Loctite Metal/Concrete Epoxy

    LOCTITE at Lowe's: .85 Oz. Metal & Concrete Gray Epoxy

    Black Rust-oleum High heat BBQ Spray ($5) RustOleum.com

    You can get this in a semi-gloss as well RustOleum.com

    HK91 G3 Rear Sight Parts ($40) HK91 G3 Rear Sight Parts PTR91 HK-91 HK 91 V51, RTG Gun Parts

    HK91 - G3 Front Sight Assemblies ($15) http://http://www.robertrtg.com/g3frontsight.html

    Recoil Pad for AK type rifles AK-47 recoil pad

    Gusmith Services ($60) The gunsmith Dan (Guardian Arms) who did the work has since retired.