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Friday night 5/22/2015 on the World-Wide listened to Coast to Coast AM Radio Show, the 'Fill-in Host,' Richard Syrett reluctantly allowed his Guest, Vernon Mahabal (Physic) to declare that Barack Hussein Obama is a 'Demon' & will attempt to USE #JadeHelm15 this Summer to 'ENSLAVE' Americans & besides 'Shooting Back', Americans MUST 'Fight Back' because God is on our SIDE !!!
Poly-Tech Chinese Wood Stock Set that's all original except the original owner smooth sanded the checkerinh off of the Poly-Tech wood pistol grip, which looks good like a slightly wider Norinco Pistol Grip & it has the 'hard-to-find' ferrrule, or 'grip cap' as one California 'Stock-maker' calls them, but doesn't have
IMPORTANT NOTE: this Chinese Stock Set WILL SAVE YOU at least $100 & no 3 Month Wait (as you'll have most of AK47World.com's orders in 3 days !!!) over what that 'California Stock Maker' will charge you & his Pistol Grip has no 'Grip Cap' (ferrule) & you'll WAIT 90 days (in most cases) - call 720-940-1458 or 720-988-0948 for more Info !
While AK47World.com TRIES to give AK buyers 'Free Advice' on the best AKs to buy, some want 'Personal Assistance' & if so, send an e-mail to: email@example.com & for $30 you'll receive url LINKS to the 'safest' - Good AKs to buy, rather than having some 'Billy Bob' FFL Gun dealer tell you the 'Mickey-Mouse' (Non-Military Arsenal-built AK) he's selling you, comes with a year warranty, that with WASR-10 AKs means from when the AK Rifle was BUILT, not when you buy it, or that if the Rifle has a problem, that FFL dealer won't fix or exchange your WASR-10, or other Century AK, but instead you'll have to pay $70 or more sending it back to Century via UPS 2nd Day Air !!!
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Therefore AK47World does NOT sell AK-47's or ANY GUNS to the Public - so you WILL NOT see payment buttons for purchase of guns on here - while AK47World.com does dispense FREE INFO on STAYING AWAY from Romanian/Vermont modified WASR-10 or WASR-10/63 AK's - as AK47World.com SELLS AK-47, AK-74, Makarov, PSL & Dragunov ammo, accesories, mags, drums, parts, info & other Soviet/ComBloc Militaria to the General Public - BUT NOT GUNS !!!
For MORE detailed info on Good & Bad AK-47's - see the AKWorld.comRiflesPage on good AK-47'sto buy and what are NOT such good AK-47 values.
STAY AWAY from Yugo M-70 PAP AK Rifles - while 7.62 X 39mm M92 PAP AK Pistols are OK!
So, unless someone doesn't do valid comparisons - a WELL-MADE Chinese MAK-90, NHM-90 or Hungarian SA-85M, Bulgarian or Maadi ARM AKs (now higher $ in 2015) - are usually a MUCH BETTER VALUE than WASR-10/63 or GP-75 Romanian AK's (look for Romanian SAR-1 or MK-1) & also AVOID MODIFIED YUGO/Serbian PAP M-70 Rifles!
For those who desire MILLED-Receiver AK-47's - remember Milled AKs use Special Buttstocks! Also, high-quality thumbhole Bulgarian SA-93, SLR-95, or SLR-96 AKs are running $800 more for these 'Post Ban' MILLED AK-47s, while a Bulgarian SA-M7 or SLR-101 with Pre-Ban style stocks make more sense if close in price to a SA-93, SLR-95, or SLR-96 'Post Ban' model, or a Poly-Tech Legend.
Lately, the Century Arms C-39V2 (version 2) Polish Milled-Receiver AK-47 shows up as a decent low-cost Milled AK.
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AK47World used to get these Taiwan-made '4 piece 'Russian Red' matching Laminated Wood
'Repro' Stock Sets', but 'Team Obama' KEEPS HALTING the Import of these Excellent Quality AK Stock Sets to KEEP Republicans & Conservative Gun Owners from 'Fixing Up' their AK's (out of 'Spite' from the 'SpiteHouse'...)
As there's ONLY one 'Custom Stock Builder' in California
& he has a 3 month wait for his AK Stock Sets, while 'Team Obama' BLOCKS out Stock Imports from Taiwan !!!
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A) their workmanship is spotty at best, and their quality control is abysmal by industry standards. B) their 1 year warranty starts at the time it leave the factory, not at the time you take original ownership C) if your buying a century product off someone else, chances are its already off warranty, so you better make sure its 100% D) if you do have problems and managed to get in before the warranty expires, they will either fix the weapon or replace it. If they fix it you better hope they do it within a reasonable time frame and pray that it actually got fixed because you probably won't get a second chance. If your weapon was replaced and exhibits the same problem as your previous weapon or has different problems of its own.....well your out of luck because replacement weapons have no warranty. So in the end, while century does have a competitive pricing index on their weapons which allows them to capture SUCKERS, the sad fact is that the probability of experiencing a problem with a century product is higher than most other manufacturers.
This combined with an almost non-existent warranty means that at the end of the day that cheap firearm will probably end up costing you more to get fixed than it would have if you would have spent the extra money to buy from a reputable company that stands behind their products. This leaves you with two options if you insist and taking the gamble and buying a century product.
1) inspect the weapon thoroughly before taking ownership of it. Most of the common flaws can be detected if you know what you are looking for. However many will not surface until you have taken it to the range, at which point it is probably too late. 2) buy the century product from a company who "certifies" that the weapon is issue free and offers their own warranty on top of century arms! (I WOULD DO THIS if I were an FFL).
Chinese 'Poly-Tech' 3 Steel AK-47 Mags CLAMP -
Much Stronger than Cheap U.S. Made Sheet Metal Mag Clamps
makes a GREAT 'Rifle Stand' to DISPLAY AK's on
Gun Show Tables - 'On Hold' until Martial Law or the Economy Improves !!!
Texas and Utah Declared ‘Hostile’ by 'Team Obama' with 'Operation Jade Helm 15' !!!
JADE = "Joint Assistance for Development & Execution"
HELM = "Homeland Eradication of Local Militants" !!!
Another alarming aspect of this document is that it goes so far as to declare the states of
Texas and Utah as ‘hostile’. That’s right, within this document our federal government has
declared entire states as hostile to the rest of America, or at least to feds themselves.
These states are of course known to contain a large amount of veterans and Constitutionalists,
both declared by our government as potentially being ‘domestic terrorists’ and a greater threat
than even ISIS an other Islamic radical groups.
Is this a preparation for a military takeover of these states?
Do you have PLENTY of 'Non-Perishable' Food, Water, Guns & Ammo in preparation for
the 'Martial Law' that 'Jade HELM 15' could become this Summer ???
From July 15th to September 15th of 2015, the U.S. military will be conducting a
massive military drill throughout 9 states in an operation entitled 'Jade Helm 15'.
This rather alarming drill across the entire American Southwest will include
the US Army's Green Berets, US Marines Special Ops Command, US Navy Seals,
and US Air Force Special Ops Command.
The stated purpose of the drill contradicts how this unprecedented exercise
will actually be carried out.
Combine this with the document labeling entire U.S. states as 'hostile'
leaves one with a sinking feeling !!!
�Jade Helm15 is a challenging eight-week joint military and Interagency (IA) Unconventional Warfare (UW)
exercise conducted throughout Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and Colorado.�
This is a massive rehearsal for�martial law�implementation as well as implementing the proverbial and much
rumored 'Red and Blue' List and the �snatch and grab� extractions of key resistance figures from the Independent Media
as well as uncooperative political figures.
A Houston Chronicle report�reveals that soldiers will attempt to blend in with the local population in an effort to test the effectiveness of infiltration techniques. Residents will be advised to report �suspicious activity� during the exercise.
�They�re going to set up cells of people and test how well they�re able to move around without getting too noticed in the community,� said Roy Boyd, chief deputy with the Victoria County Sheriff�s Office. �They�re testing their abilities to basically blend in with the local environment and not stand out and blow their cover.�
By directly involving unwitting members of the local population, this aspect of the drill contradicts the�Army�s assertion�that, �The public can expect nothing much different from their day-to-day activities since much of exercise will be conducted in remote areas.�
Jim Stewart, chief deputy with the Brazos County Sheriff�s Office, told the Chronicle that the designation of Texas as �hostile territory� was merely a way of setting up a role playing exercise under which soldiers operate behind enemy lines.
UPDATE:��Mississippi, Florida and Louisiana have now been added to the list,
bringing the total number of states participating to 9.
Help the FBI Catch the "AK-47 Bandit", a Violent Bank Robber
who shot a Cop & EARN UP to a $100,000 REWARD !!!
The AK-47 Bandit, carrying what LOOKS LIKE a Chinese AK with a Chinese Pattern 75 Round Drum, shot & seriously wounded a police officer after his first robbery & has been linked to six banks in four states. Video: Transcript | Download
During what authorities believe was his first bank robbery nearly three years ago in Chino, California, the AK-47 Bandit—so named because he carries an assault rifle during takeover-style robberies—shot and seriously wounded a police officer while making his escape. Since then, he has robbed or attempted to rob five more banks, most recently in August, when he hit a rural bank in Nebraska.
The reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the AK-47 Bandit is being offered collectively by multiple entities, including the FBI ($50,000); the city of Chino, California ($20,000); the East Idaho Credit Union, City of Rexburg, Idaho ($20,000); and the California Bank & Trust in Chino ($10,000).
“He has shown he is not afraid to shoot someone, and experience tells us he is not going to stop robbing banks until we catch him,” said Special Agent Kevin Boles, who is working the case out of our Los Angeles Field Office. “We feel like we are racing the clock on this guy,” Boles said. “If we don’t get him soon, things could end badly and someone else might get hurt.”
That’s why we are asking for the public’s help and renewing our publicity campaign regarding this violent criminal. There is a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the AK-47 Bandit.
Here is what we know:
He is a white male, approximately 25 to 40 years old, about 6 feet tall, with light-colored eyes and a stocky build.
During robberies he wears a dark balaclava ski mask, body armor, and black gloves.
He carries an AK-47 assault rifle with a drum magazine.
In several of the robberies, his getaway car was a dark gray four-door Nissan Maxima with chrome accents, model year 2009-2011.
The robberies occurred on February 29, 2012, in Chino (California Bank & Trust); March 12, 2012, in Vacaville, California (Bank of the West); July 6, 2012, in North Bend, Washington (Chase Bank); November 7, 2012, in Rexburg, Idaho (East Idaho Credit Union); and August 22, 2014, in Nebraska City, Nebraska (First Nebraska Bank). There was also an attempted robbery on March 9, 2012, in Sacramento, California, at the Tri-Cities Bank.
The above map shows the locations of the five bank robberies and one attempted robbery attributed to the AK-47 Bandit.
Police believe the variety of surveillance video from the robberies—and a voice recording—may help the public identify this criminal. “We truly believe that someone knows this suspect, whether they are familiar with his physique, his voice, his vehicle, or even some of the apparel he’s wearing during the robberies,” said Bill Lewis, assistant director in charge of our Los Angeles Field Office during a 2013 press conference announcing the reward offer. “We are hoping citizens will take notice, look a little closer, and think a little harder about whether they have information that could break this case.”
Listen: Diversionary 911 Call
The AK-47 Bandit is believed to have called in a false bomb threat before his February 29, 2012 bank robbery in Chino, California. See if you recognize his voice. Download | Transcript
Anyone with information about the AK-47 Bandit’s identity or whereabouts is urged to contact investigators at the toll-free number 1-800-CALL-FBI or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Information can be provided confidentially.
Bank surveillance photographs of the vehicle and the suspect can be found at the Chino Police Department’s website: http://www.chinopd.org. Additional bank surveillance photos and videos can be found on the FBI’s wanted poster.
Billboard advertising has also been donated to assist with the publicity campaign. Digital ads, including bank surveillance images, the reward offer, and the toll-free number, are running in the Los Angeles region and other areas where robberies occurred. The FBI’s social media channels are helping to publicize the case as well.
“This guy attempted to murder a police officer,” Boles said. “There is no telling what
he is capable of. We need to get him off the streets for everyone’s safety.”
If ANYONE sees Chinese a 'Full Auto' Cut-Up MAK-90 with the letters "L" and "D" on the side of it's 3 Position MAK-90 Receiver - that someone RIPPED OFF from AK47World at the Palm Beach Gun Show (a few years back on Veteran's Day) - it would be greatly appreciated if you disclosed 'WHO' that person is !!!
Or, if you'd like to be REWARDED for your info - a $1,000 REWARD will be PAID for the 'Successful Prosecution' of the 'Scum Bag' who stole that 'Cut up' MAK-90 from AK47World's tables at a Palm Beach Gun Show a few years back on Veteran's Day !!!
Yep, that’s right – we will finally again have access to museum-quality new semiauto MP-44 Sturmgewehr rifles from Germany! I spent some time yesterday speaking with Lars Brüggemann with EL BE Tac, who is the US distributor for these rifles, and the prospects are very exciting. A full line of reproduction semiauto German WWII rifles will be coming to the US, starting with the MP-44 and MP-38. The ATF has already approved the designs for these two, which is the biggest obstacle to bringing in guns like these.
There were no samples at the show, as importation is still pending permit approval (the guns have to come into the US in a sporting configuration to comply with import law), but the first guns should be here during the summer. Unlike the somewhat infamous PTR-44 debacle from several years ago, these new guns will use materials and heat treat fully up to modern spec.
MP38: The classic German WWII submachine gun
The MP-44 will be offered in 7.92×33 (8mm Kurz) only, and will accept original MP-44 magazines. The MP-38 is a closed-bolt conversion and will be sold as a pistol, with a stock fixed in the folded position (but repairable for folks who was to file SBR papers for them). Exact prices are not yet determined, but the MP-44 will likely be around the $5,000 mark. A lot of money to be sure, but an awesome opportunity to have the rifle that is truly the inspiration behind today’s entire combat rifle concept. Stay tuned for a first look at the guns when they arrive here in the States!
- See more at: http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2015/01/22/new-mp-44-sturmgewehr-rifles-coming-us/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=2015-01-27&utm_campaign=Weekly+Newsletter#sthash.uM2qrRed.dpuf
Attention AK Builders - AK47World has 'CLEARANCE Prices' on AK Parts too - with hammers & triggers as low as $3 each !!!
Hey Jim fella, your AK ADVICE Story is SO FULL of inaccurate statements that DEFY REALITY !!!
As you say the WASR-10 is Good AK?
Gee Jim, you don't SELL AK Parts like I do & have 'Kids' having their WASR-10 Firing Pins FALLING OUT
after only 2 Months of use, or not working (FTF) 'Right Out of the Box', as your WASR-10
Section SHOWS a picture of a Romanian SAR-1, which is a Good Romanian AK, unlike the 'Spotty Record'
of WASR-10 AK's, where SOME are OK & others are just Nightmares = something you'll NEVER FIND
on a properly built AK, like a MAK-90, or Pre-Ban Chinese AK, or a Bulgarian Arsenal AK,
or a REAL F.E.G. SA-85M from Hungary !!!
'Just Arrived' April 29, 2015 - Brown Bear® 7.62 x 39mm Higher-Quality 'Lacquer-Coated' Ammo
by Barnaul Cartridge Works of Russia (unlike cheap 'Polymer-coated' Wolf/Tulammo that rusts easily) FMJ
Sold Out in 1 Day on April 30, 2015 - as 'Quality Non-Polymer AK ammo' GOES FAST !!!
Editor’s Note: This post was written by Jim Grant, who we’re happy to welcome to the growing team of Lucky Gunner Lounge
contributing writers. Jim has been a prolific writer in the shooting world for the last few years, and if you’re
a regular reader of gun blogs, you’ve probably seen his work before. Check out Jim’s bio page for more about his background. -CB
Looking for a inexpensive blaster with a legendary reputation for reliability, close ties to history
and an appetite for inexpensive hard-hitting rounds? How about a diehard bug out gun
with more than 60 years of battlefield-proven effectiveness chambered in a round with ballistics close to a 30-30?
The answer is the same but also different. The AKM. With enough variants to fill countless
tomes of information, buying an AK can be an overwhelming experience. Thankfully, shooters
can simplify it by answering a few simple questions on what they expect and need out of their first Soviet lead-slinger.
The first thing shooters should do when deciding on a Kalashnikov rifle is figure out
what they want to do with their AK. Most would-be AK buyers fit into one of two categories:
practical shooters and shooters in love with the idea of an AK-47.
The former group has a much easier time buying a first rifle because certain variants objectively
perform better than others. The second group is more tricky, since they’ll have to decide what a “true” AK is to them.
Fortunately, there are a number of excellent options (?) to choose from for either of these groups.
We’re going to look at a few select rifles that might be considered “high-end” performance AKs
as well as a few bare-bones AKs. And finally, there are a couple of American-made AKs that fall
more toward the “performance” end of the spectrum but with more of a bias toward modularity.
If you count yourself among the form follows function group, your choices are narrowed to three companies: Arsenal, Izhmash and Molot.
(Valmet AK's from Finland - which are no longer produced - BEAT ALL the AK's LISTED ABOVE !!!)
Depending on which aspect of the rifle’s performance is most important to a shooter, they can further hone this selection down to a single company.
If accuracy is the most important property for your ideal AK, a Molot VEPR is the ideal rifle for you.
Built on the same heavy-duty receiver as the Russian military’s RPK, a light machine gun,
the VEPR is built to standards far exceeding those of mil-spec rifles. Additionally, VEPR rifles
use heavier barrel profiles, and are available in multiple barrel lengths.
The problem with VEPR rifles is the cost of ownership, and limited aftermarket support.
Due to the design of its handguard and receiver, the Molot VEPR uses its own proprietary
furniture and magazines. So unlike shooters who opt for a mil-spec gun, VEPR-owners won’t
have access to the robust, inexpensive parts market. The rifle can be modified to utilize standard
AK-47/AKM magazines, but this requires some mechanical knowhow as well as the legal
savviness to ensure the rifle then meets the requirements of 922r.
Practical shooters who want a thoroughbred Russian AK rifle should pick up
an Izhmash Saiga rifle converted by a reputable AK builder. (I wouldn't include Century...)
A couple of those builders are Arsenal of Las Vegas, Kreb’s Customs or Legion USA.
Since the recent ban of further imports, this is going to be a more costly option than in years past.
Though given their Russian heritage and ever-shrinking supply, these rifles will undoubtedly increase in value if properly maintained.
If cost of ownership and parts compatibility isn’t important to you, you can leave
the Saiga in its imported, hunting configuration. These shooters are restricted to low-capacity magazines
and have limited furniture options, since the trigger assembly is located further back than standard AK rifles.
While standard capacity magazines do exist for unconverted Saiga carbines,
it’s illegal for shooters to use them without first ensuring they have enough US-made parts to meet 922r compliance.
This leaves one final option for performance junkies; Arsenal of Las Vegas. Arsenal builds and imports AK-pattern rifles from Russia and Bulgaria.
(Wrong Jimbo, as the DEAL' between Saiga & Arsenal Inc. of Las Vegas ENDED in December of 2013,
when John Kerry gave the 'Kalashnikov Concern' [The New Name of Saiga of Ishvesk, Russia]
a permit to bring in 200,000 'Sporter AK's' through their RWC [Russian Weapons Corporation]
- thus ENDING the 'Fime Group' building Saiga SGL-21 & SGL-31 'Military Style' AKs in Las Vegas from Russian Parts.)
Arsenal may be best known for their SLR-series of Bulgarian carbines, which are
near-perfect facsimiles of their full-auto brethren. These rifles are on par with Saiga carbines in
terms of fit, finish and accuracy – though both are slightly inferior to VEPR rifles. Though cost of
ownership on both Arsenal and converted Izhmash rifles is exceptionally low; most magazines are under $20 and only the folding-stock variants
of either require special parts. The fixed-stock versions of both utilize standard AKM-pattern
furniture which is both plentiful and inexpensive.
One additional bonus for shooters living in areas with an assault weapons ban
in place is that pre-ban magazines are plentiful for AKM rifles, and thus both of these guns.
Form vs. Function vs. Price
The reason people who want a traditional AK might not want any of the above rifles,
deals primarily with their furniture types. Where most people imagine a wood-stocked, all-steel
war-machine when imagining an AK-47, modern examples of the rifle utilize polymer
furniture instead. Which is objectively superior in terms of performance and weight savings,
though is detracts from the classic AK appearance. Another reason shooters might shy away from these three markers is price.
Most buyers assume AK rifles are inexpensive, crudely-made weapons. Extrapolating
that their rugged appearance and loose tolerances are responsible for the carbine’s legendary
reliability and affordability in the past. But this couldn’t be any further from the truth.
The AK rifles of yesteryear were affordable because they were constructed by a country
that had inexpensive labor costs and previously-existing machinery for the guns.
That lowered the price of the units, since they were cheap to produce and cheap to tool up for.
This is important because shooters looking at more recent offerings from Arsenal or Legion
(Again, Jimbo FAILS to REALIZE that 'Saiga Legion' series AK's are No Longer Built !!!)
while only hearing internet legends of $60 SKS rifles and $99 Norinco MAK-90s will
experience sticker shock. Most Arsenal AK rifles are close to or exceed $1000.
Are they worth it? I believe so, but I like owning a gun that not only runs reliability,
but also hits what I’m aiming at while providing peace of mind that I’ve purchased a military-grade AK.
Bare Bones AKs
What about shooters who simply want to plink or have a man-accurate carbine out to 200 yards?
These shooters are part of the earlier group mentioned, those in love with the idea of an AK rifle.
There’s nothing wrong with that, my first semi-automatic rifle was a Romanian WASR-10.
I purchased it because of its reputation for reliability, and because it looked cool as hell.
('Looked Cool as Hell' = the 'True mark' of an AK 'Newbie' & if Jimbo thinks WASR-10's are 'So Reliable'
- maybe he should SELL AK Parts, or have kids coming to him at Gun Shows with WASR-10 AK's
they just bought & they have PROBLEMS with & their FFL Dealer won't do anything but GIVE them
Century Arm's address & then they FIND OUT that Century wants the WASR sent back 'UPS 2nd Day Air' at a COST of $70 or MORE !!!)
So for shooters who either want a classic AK or simply a more affordable option,
there are several makes available. Since several builders offer their services using American-made
receivers and foreign part kits, I’m going to recommend rifles based on the origin of their
parts kit and their builder; since both are equally important.
(Hey Jimbo, AK47World recommends that AK buyers STICK with the 'Foreign Arsenal-Built'
AK's for Reliability & Quality Manufacture !!!)
While the Soviet Union has several satellite nations it saw fit to equip with Avtomats, only a
handful have been imported to the US in substantial numbers. Other variants do exist,
but they are often much more expensive because of their rarity, not increased quality.
That said any of the following make for good, reliable weapons if properly assembled. (???)
The least expensive classic-appearance option is the most prolific semi-automatic Kalashnikov
pattern rifle in the United States, the WASR, or Wassenaar Arrangement Semiautomatic Rifles.
Notorious for their inaccuracy and poor build quality, (Ya Think, Jimbo - who DENIES THIS FACT)
these rifles are responsible for the majority of the internet myths (You're the 'internet Myth', Jimbo!)
surrounding imported AK rifles today.
Just like everything else on the net, the reports surrounding them are grossly exaggerated
and often totally incorrect.
(Jim Grant BULLSHIT - as he won't 'Buy Up' ALL the WASR-10's that have problems !!!)
While it’s true that many of the rifles imported by Century Arms
suffered from canted iron sights, (Wrong again Jimbo, as the Crooked Sights were MOSTLY on Century's old Yugo M70AB2 assembled from original Yugo Military AK's in the USA =between 2000 & 2005 = Duuuhhhh !!!
This wasn’t due to anything Century themselves did. Most people fail to realize that during the height of the purported built issues, Century simply widened the magazine well for double-stack mags, and never touched the barrel or sights.
(Wrong again, Jimmy Grant - as again you FAIL to know your subject & those 'Simple magazine
widening Jobs' Century did = just do a YouTube SEARCH for: "WASR-10 Wobble"
to see HOW WRONG Jim Grant REALLY IS !!!)
Still, this reflects poorly on the rifle’s reputation, and rightfully so. Older builds from around the year 2001,
were hurriedly built once the AWB ended, in anticipation of huge orders. Newer models rarely
suffer from canted sights or severe magazine wobble, but shooters should closely inspect
any WASR they intend to buy in person, if possible.
(Do they get to take it out for a 'Test Drive' 1st, Jimmy ???)
An additional Century-imported option is the Serbian PAP rifle. Featuring a more robust
receiver and a stainless steel barrel, PAP rifle build-quality is above the majority of AK rifles on the market.
(Except for the PAP's 'Short Bolt' that was made for Single-Stack Mags Problems
and their Narrow Trunnions & some with 'Magazine Fit' problems, and the FACT that Jimmy 'Forgot'
to mention that Zastava PAP AK's don't have Chrome-Line Bores/Chambers like MOST ComBloc made AK's do = BAD !!!)
They use standard AKM magazines and pistol grips, but that’s where the similarities to AK rifles end.
Yes, they operate identically to AKM or AK-47 carbines, but when Serbia was still Yugoslavia,
the military decided to modify the Kalashnikov design to better suit their armed forces’ needs.
This presents an issue in terms of cost of ownership, and aftermarket parts availability.
While the most important accessory, magazines, are interchangeable; handguards,
dust covers buttstocks and side rails aren’t.
Shooters who are happy to use their AK as it comes from the factory, can safely buy the PAP, a few magazines and be happy.
Though anyone who wants access to the robust AK accessory market, should steer clear of this variant,
because most AK parts are either incompatible or require extensive modification to fit the rifle.
Another classic option also imported by Century Arms, is their new AK63D rifle. This rifle is built
from a stamped receiver Hungarian AK63 parts kit on a new Century C39v2 milled receiver.
It may be a franken-rifle, but it’s extraordinarily well-built, and uses stamped AK furniture. So kitting out the rifle won’t require special parts.
The only difference between Hungarian rifles and other country’s AKs, is the pistol grip and muzzle brake.
While the Century 63D lacks the tank-style brake commonly found of AMD-65 Hungarian side-folding
select-fire rifles, it still retains the odd pistol grip design.
Thankfully, shooters who don’t find the odd grip appealing, can simply replace it
with any standard AKM pistol grip. The stock on these rifles, however is an underfolding type, which actually requires a special receiver or rear trunnion.
(AK47World advises to LOOK for 'Real Hungarian' F.E.G. made SA-85M AK's in Pawn Shops & Online Auctions!)
Chinese MAK 90, Egyptian Maadi
Two other semi-common rifles are Egyptian Maadi rifles and Chinese MAK 90 carbines.
The Egyptian rifles are identifiable by their arabic inscriptions, but are otherwise basically
the same as any other AKM carbine. Some models, like the ARM variant, use a thumbhole stock, but are far less common.
As for the Chinese MAK 90 or Type 56 rifles, these rifles are as near to a Russian-built AK carbine as anything ever imported.
(Wrong again Jimmy, as ALL Chinese AK's have 'Double-Hook' Triggers & Hammers,
with 1.5mm Receivers, that Russian AKM Rifles [stamped receivers] do not have!)
Earlier models featured standard AK stocks, pistol grips and even iconic folding spike bayonets.
Later models did away with these features in favor of a thumbhole stock and featureless barrel
(one lacking a bayonet lug and threaded muzzle) to comply with an importation ban on Chinese weapons.
While a very capable rifle, they are cost prohibitive since they haven’t been imported
into the united states since 1994, when the assault weapon ban listed them by name.
(Wrong yet again Jimmy, as Chinese AK's were HALTED by Bill Clinton's May 22, 1994 Executive Order
- not the Sept. 13, 1994 'Crime Bill' that did mention 'So-Called AW's' by name !!!)
These rifles only differ from standard AKM carbines in their inclusion of a hinged spike bayonet and hooded front sight post.
Shooters who value modularity above all else will be happy to know many all-American
AK rifle-makers exist who produce unconventional, but more versatile AKM carbines. (???)
The first, is a relative newcomer to the AK market, Destructive Devices Industries, or DDI.
They produce both a stamped and milled-receiver AKM rifle derived from Bulgarian SLR carbines.
(Uhhh Jimmy, 'Milled-Receiver' Bulgarian AK's are SAM-7's, not the Stamped SLR series = Duuuuhhh!!!!)
The former of which are available from the factory with American-made Hogue rubber furniture
and XS big-dot iron sights – a far cry from the post and notch standard featured on all other AK rifles.
The other thing that separates DDI from other makers is the finish they use on their rifles.
A result of a proprietary super-heating process, DDI carbines have a flat dark grey outer-finish
called Fenocite. The surface is ultra-hard and resists most solvents as well as rust.
(Again, AK47World advises to STICK to 'Foreign-Built' AK's, as the AK is a Foreign Weapon to begin with !!!)
Century Arms C39v2
When it comes to unconventional AKs, the Century C39v2 wrote the book.
Utilizing a strange amalgamation of milled-receiver-specific and stamped-specific parts,
the C39v2 is a strange Chimera of an AK.
That said, it also has one of the smoothest actions, safety levers and magazine release paddles
available on AK rifles. It also ships with American-made Magpul AK PMAGs, one of the best domestic AK magazines in existence.
Century also produces a stamped version, the RAS-47, that differs from the C39 by the
inclusion of a Century-specific side rail, use of AKM furniture and a more traditional slant muzzle brake.
The AK Golden Age
20 years ago buying an AK was a crap shoot; most gunsmiths wouldn’t touch them,
and aftermarket support was basically non-existent. Today, thanks to the sunset of the
Federal Assault Weapons Ban and the age of Youtube, AK rifles are more popular than ever.
Due to the ever-increasing market size of AK vendors, most companies that produced
sub-par products have gone the way of the dinosaur. Which is obviously great news for the consumer,
as they now have a substantially lower risk of purchasing a lemon. Those that do, benefit from
the increasing popularity of heavily-warrantied products that social-media-savvy consumers can
enforce with a single photograph. The days of ultra-cheap AKs may have ended, but the era
of quality domestically-built ones is only just getting started.
(So is Jimmy offering to 'Buy Back' all the 'New Crop' of AK's here that he PRETENDS are 'ALL OK' = NOT !!!)
OMG this is too Funny - as the 'Board Fairies' are ALWAYS doubting Dan King, the owner of AK47World.com'sknowledge & advice to 'Buy Foreign Arsenal Built AK's' - saying on the 'Board Fairy Rants' that Dan King, the owner of AK47World doesn't know what I'm talking about when it comes to AK's...
Oh Really 'Board Fairies' - since AKs are a Foreign Origin Weapon & the BEST AK's come from the actual 'Military Arsenals' over there!
"My Interarms ak74 goes BOOM"
"Hey guys. After looking for an AK74, I decided to purchase an Interarms AK74 made out of matching Bulgarian parts from Atlantic Firearms. After several hundred flawless rounds, the rifle randomly exploded on me while firing it. It almost certainly seems to be a headspacing issue, (this is the general consensus of anyone who has seen the rifle). The rifle wasn't being ran hard at all. It was properly lubricated and cleaned. It wasn't a squib load, as i was shooting at a metal steel plate and i heard the ringing of the plate from the previous round fired... When the gun exploded, the receiver expanded near the magwell and barrel, and the top cover bent and blew off, directly into my face. The explosion also destroyed my new Circle 21 magazine. I was shooting by myself in a somewhat secluded area. If the gun inflicted serious injury on me, I would have surely been in a very bad situation. I would also like to add the the action never cycled during the explosion, instead the bolt carrier just hopped the railing vertically. I decided to call the people i purchased the rifle from, Atlantic Firearms, and told them what had occurred. I promptly got a response back from Blaine, and although sympathetic, basically told me that since I had owned the rifle for roughly 6 months, it was too late for him to be willing to take it back and for me to contact Interarms. I thought this argument was rather silly as I have only ran 300 rounds through this firearm in total (a very premature round count) and they were the ones who sold me the defective firearm to begin with. I could see this argument if the gun had a high round count, but thats like having a new car for 6 months and only putting 200 miles on it, then having something go terribly wrong. The gun would never feed hollow points (wolf), but would run everything else fine. When the gun exploded, i was shooting silver bear 60gr."
See 'Boys & Girls' = Just as 'Dan King', the owner of AK47World TRIES to TELL the 'Hard headed' = the Best AK's are the one's MADE in 'Foreign Arsenals' by SKILLED Craftsmen who have been building AKs for 50+ Years - as LOTS of those whom I told to buy AK's, like the Chinese MAK-90, NHM-90; Hungarian SA-85M; K-VAR; Maadi ARM, RPM & RML Models, Mitchell Arms 'Real Yugo AK's'; Romanian MK-1, WUM-1, CUR-1 & SAR-1 - are STILL shooting their AK's 'Trouble Free' after more than 20 years of use !!!
Even better though, is Atlantic Firearms 'BS Excuse' that the USE of 'Steel-Cased AK Ammo' VOIDS their Warranty? = which is CONTRARY to what Mikhail Kalashnikov DESIGNED AKs to RUN on & WHY the Israeli SEAL Team ('Shayetet 13') uses AK-47's http://israelmilitary.net/showthread.php?t=10586 for their 'Steel Cased Ammo' in the Harsh Salt-Water & SAND environment of the Red Sea versus Galil Style AK's that use 'Wimpy Brass Cased NATO Ammo' - Duuuhhhh & NOW you KNOW WHY AK47World DOES NOT RECOMMEND some of AK's offered by Atlantic Firearms, as they SELL some Good AKs, like the Arsenal Brand of Bulgaria, but 'others' ???
Here's what the 'Board Fairy' above said, "*should i remove the silver bear steel cased catridge out of the chamber? I am afraid that since i wasnt shooting their recommended brand of "brass cased 5.45x39" this will void their replacement warranty."
REWARD for Wise-Lite PKM s/n 'GL905' + Other Guns !
ATF & FBI Scared FFL 'Bruce' from Keeping these Guns in his Gun Store in Davie, Florida
These guns were previously displayed in a gun store in Davie, FL. - but FBI & ATF both visited him together - alleging these guns were to overthrow the 'Kenyan' (yeah right with 'semi auto guns...) ???
So FFL wanted guns removed & thanks to ATF & FBI for causing a 'massive Crime Spree' with homicides, car-jackings & home invasions that were done with weapons that were previously safe in an FFL's store safe until ridiculous the Fed's 'Bogeyman' Conspiracy intimidation scared the FFL !!!
$2,000 REWARD for RETURN of Wise-lite/Marcolmar Semi-Auto PKM Serial # GL905 that W. Palm Beach Police listed as a 'Moisin-Nagant' on NCIC because they're & REFUSE to correct to PKM - just as they refused to investigate THEFT & now ATF says other guns (AK's & RPK's) have been involved in homicides - like two Circle K clerks killed for $65 in April 2010 & vast crime spree...
1. Semi-Auto version of Russian PKM Machine Gun (Google: 'Marcolmar PKM') serial #GL905 2. Poly-Tech M-14S serial # 16292 - Large high-power Leatherwood scope - Fiberglass Vietnam stock 3. Bulgarian SA-M7 (milled-receiver AK-47) s/n # AB050302 & Ace Side-folding tubular stock 4. Egyptian Maadi RPM model (RPK - long barrel AK-47 Sporter) serial # CT-05375 5. Romanian SAR-1 (AKM) 7.62 x 39mm s/n unknown - with horse-like symbol painted on buttstock 6. Norinco SKS-D model that accepts standard AK-47 mags s/n unknown
A $2,500 reward is NOW being offered for the arrest & conviction of those who TOOK these rifles from a vehicle parked at a Public Storage facility in W. Palm Beach, Florida sometime between Thanksgiving 2009 & Dec. 18, 2009.
For the REWARDS - call either (786) 261-9273 or (720) 940-1458 - and for the arrest of the person(s) who took the guns - call 911 and reference W. Palm Beach, Florida Police Department case # 09-23017.
Two charged in Circle-K homicides
PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. - Two men are accused in the murder of a two convenience store clerks in Greenacres that happened last April.
Robert W. Alvarez and Darnell Razz both face two counts of first degree murder and numerous other charges for the homicide.
The two are accused of being part of a wider crime ring, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. They announced the arrests along with six others in a news conference on Friday morning. The eight men face multiple counts as part of a crime spree that included multiple home invasion robberies, a third homicide, and an attempted homicide. The eight men face 28 counts of racketeering and other charges for the alleged crime spree that took place between April 30th and June 8th of 2010 throughout Palm Beach County.
Alvarez and Razz could face the death penalty if convicted of first degree homicide. The other six suspects face possible life sentences.
Below are the detailed charges, courtesy of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
ROBERT W. ALVAREZ - 1 Count of Racketeering – 895.02(4) and 895.03(3) (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Conspiracy To Commit Racketeering – 777.04(3), 895.02, 895.03 and 895.04 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 2 Counts of Robbery With a Firearm – 775.087(2)(a)(1), 775.087(2)(a)(2), 775.087(2)(a)(3), 812.13(1) & (2)(a) (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 1 Count of Attempt to Commit Robbery With a Firearm - 775.087(2)(a)1, 777.04(1) and 812.13(1) & (2)(a) (2 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 Years in Prison; 3 Counts of Kidnapping With a Firearm - 790.001, 787.01(1)(a) & (2), 775.087(1) and 775.087(2)(a)1 (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 1 Count of Carjacking With a Firearm - 775.087(2)(a)1 and 812.133(1) & (2)(a) (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 3 Counts of Home Invasion Robbery With a Firearm - 790.001, 775.087(1), 775.087(2)(a)1 and 812.135 (L F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 2 Counts of Conspiracy To Commit Home Invasion Robbery With a Firearm - 775.087(1), 775.087(2)(a)1, and 812.135 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Attempt to Commit Home Invasion Robbery With a Firearm - 790.001, 775.087(2)(a)1, 775.087(1), 777.04(1) and 812.135 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years in Prison; 1 Count of Aggravated Assault On A Police Officer - 775.0823(10), 784.07(2)(c) and 784.021 (2 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 years In Prison; 1 Count of Grand Theft (Motor Vehicle) - 812.014(1) & (2)(c) (3 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 5 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Dealing In Stolen Property - 812.019(1) (2 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 Years In Prison and 1 Count of False Verification of Ownership - 538.04(4)(b) (2 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 Years In Prison – TOTAL POSSIBLE MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 9 Life Sentences + 215 Years.
DARNELL RAZZ - 1 Count of Racketeering – 895.02(4) and 895.03(3) (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Conspiracy To Commit Racketeering – 777.04(3), 895.02, 895.03 and 895.04 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Attempted First Degree Murder With A Firearm - 777.04(1), 782.04(1)(a)(2) and 775.087(1) & (2) (L F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison and 1 Count of Robbery With a Firearm – 775.087(2)(a)(1), 775.087(2)(a)(2), 775.087(2)(a)(3), 812.13(1) & (2)(a) (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison - TOTAL POSSIBLE MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 2 Life Sentences.
(Image above: 42 weapons recovered by Mexican military in Naco, Sonora, Mexico, 20 Nov 2009. Operation Fast and Furious suspect Uriel Patino bought 19 of the weapons one to two weeks earlier. From: Justice Dept. Inspector General)
Since 2011, the Justice Department has refused repeated requests from Congress and the news media to fully disclose details of incidents involving guns that had been illegally trafficked to Mexican drug cartels under the watch of U.S. agents in Operation Fast and Furious. The partial list below was compiled using available information.
Known crimes linked to “walked” weapons:
2 U.S. federal agents
3 Mexican police
1 terrorist torture/kidnaping/murder in Mexico
Attempted murders or injuries: 3
1 in Mexico; 2 in U.S.
Kidnapings: 4 (all in Mexico)
Assaults/Shootouts: 4 incidents
2 in Mexico against military; 2 in U.S. against Phoenix law enforcement
1. Nov. 14, 2009 Mexican Kidnaping Crime Scene
One AK-47 type assault rifle purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect was recovered in Atoyac de Alvarez, Mexico after the Mexican military rescued a kidnap victim.
2. Dec. 9, 2009 Cartel Crime Scene Seizure in Mexico Mexican Army recovered 900 pounds of cocaine, 132 pounds of methamphetamine, $2 million U.S. dollars and 48 firearms in Mexicali, Mexico. Twenty of the weapons had been purchased by Fast and Furious suspects.
Mexicali seizure of Fast and Furious weapons, Nov. 2009. Photo: Justice Dept. Inspector General
3. Dec. 18, 2009 Crime Scene in Mexico Mexican law enforcement agents recovered five firearms in Tijuana, Mexico, four of which had been originally purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect.
4. Date unknown, 2010 Mexican Men Assault Phoenix Detectives Arizona state police revealed that two guns from Fast and Furious were found in an arrest involving two Mexican men who assaulted detectives outside Phoenix in 2010. Nobody was seriously hurt.
5. Jan. 8, 2010 Mexican Army Seizure Two weapons purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect were recovered as part of a 14-gun seizure by the Mexican Army in Tijuana, Mexico.
Seizure of Fast and Furious Weapons at Tohono O’odham Indian reservation, Arizona, Feb. 20, 2010. Photo: Dept. of Justice Inspector General
6. Feb. 20, 2010 U.S. Crime Scene Seizure Agents in Arizona at the Tohono O’odham Indian reservation seized 37 AK-47 style weapons purchased ten days earlier by a Fast and Furious suspect.
7. Feb. 26 and 27, 2010 Cartel Weapons Seizures in Mexico ATF notified U.S. Attorney’s office of two large recovery incidents in Mexico that believed to include Fast and Furious weapons. An email on the Feb. 26 incident stated: “big Mexican Army seizure last night in Sinaloa from ‘Chapo’ Guzman’s guys.”
8. July 1, 2010 Two Murders in Mexico Two AK-47 type assault rifles purchased by Fast and Furious suspects were recovered in Sonora, Mexico after a shootout between Mexican cartels. Two murders involving the weapons were reported in the incident.
9. July 26, 2010 Firing of Rifle in Mexico A giant .50 caliber Barrett rifle purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect was recovered in Durango, Mexico after apparently having been fired. No further details were given.
10. Aug. 13, 2010 Mexican Military vs. Armed Group Two AK-47 type assault rifles purchased by a Fast and Furious target were recovered in Durango, Mexico after a confrontation between the Mexican military and an “armed group.”
11. Nov. 14, 2010 Terrorist Torture Murder of Mexican Official’s Brother Two Fast and Furious “walked” AK-47 variant rifles were found at the scene of a shoot-out with suspects in the Oct. 2010 terrorist torture, kidnap and murder of the brother of a Mexican state attorney general, Patricia Gonzalez Rodriguez.
12. Dec. 14, 2010 Border Patrol Agent Murder Two or three AK-47 style rifles found at the murder scene of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who was killed in Arizona by illegal immigrant bandits, had been sold to Mexican drug cartels by Fast and Furious weapons trafficking suspects under ATF’s watch.
13. Feb. 15, 2011 U.S. Immigration and Customs Agent Murdered in Mexico, Partner Injured. Immigration and Customs (ICE) Agent Jaime Zapata was murdered and his partner injured in a suspected cartel ambush in Mexico. Two weapons linked to suspects who were under ATF surveillance were used in the murder.
14. May 27, 2011 Mexican Military Helicopter Downed, 29 Cartel Members Killed A Mexican military helicopter was forced to land after drug cartel suspects fired upon it near Jalisco, western Mexico. Authorities seized more than 70 assault rifles and other weapons from the suspects including three AK-47 type assault rifles sold to Fast and Furious suspects.
15. Aug 17, 2011 11 Violent Crimes in U.S. The Justice Department reported that Fast and Furious guns had been recovered, so far, at 11 violent crime scenes in the U.S. but refused to provide details requested by Congress. Later, the Justice Department revised the number and said there were only two violent crime scenes.
16. Sept. 14, 2011 8 Violent Crimes in Mexico: 3 Murders, 4 Kidnappings, 1 Attempted Homicide Fast and Furious weapons were reported to be tied to at least eight violent crimes in Mexico including three murders, four kidnappings and an attempted homicide.
17. Nov. 23, 2012 Five Killed, Including Beauty Queen, in Mexico A weapon purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect under ATF’s watch was recovered scene of a shootout between Sinaloa drug cartel members and Mexican military in Ciudad Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico. Sinaloa beauty queen Maria Susana Flores Gamez and four others were killed.
20. Oct. 10, 2013 Three Mexican Police Murdered A grenade linked to Jean Baptiste Kingery, whom federal officials allowed to traffic unimpeded, was linked to a drug cartel shootout in Tepatitlin, Jalisco, Mexico in which three Jalisco State police officers were murdered and four cartel members were killed.
Also, an 'Ass Clown' who harassed the owner of AK47World.com after I tried to help him get a Hungarian AK Rifle Stock from a Custom Stock maker in California - LIED & SAID he was an 'Elko City Police Officer' - when in REALITY, he's a Nevada State Trooper who harasses people who he doesn't like, but LIES & says he's an 'Elko City Cop' !!!
In January 2013 I attended Nevada POST academy with Nevada Department of Public Safety and started my career as a Nevada State Trooper. I am currently serving in West Wendover, NV.
I am currently employed by the Nevada Highway Patrol as a State Trooper. I specialize in accident investigation, DUI enforcement and roadside interdiction as well as other general police duties.