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My AK-A5 Romanian Krinkov Project This is just a thread for my work in progress pictures.

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 03:38 PM

This is my first 3 photos in my AK-A5 Romanian Krinkov Pro

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 07:55 PM

so give us details?

looks like your not buying one of the premade kits for this
are these actually Ak parts?
whats the final idea of this?
do you think Ironman2 will be good?
why cant man ever truely satisfy the urge to itch?
how is that forgrip secured?

dammit im a curious little kitten
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Posted 10 February 2010 - 08:52 PM

Oh sorry I left off details.
I bought a genuine Romanian AK47 furniture kit from http://www.redstick-firearms.com It was $25. it came with the bottom foregrip, top foregrip, stock and hand grip (I won't use the hand grip but I do plan to file down my egrip and paint it to look similar to the ak grip)
First thing was the front of the a-5 was too big to fit the bottom foregrip so I took a metal file to it and made the sides that hold the barrel in the front flush to the rest of the marker. then I cut the mp5 looking piece off of the bottom in the front because it extended too far but the little bit that sticks out is . (sorry I don't know accurate names) I will post close up pictures of the modifications I made.
Then I started on the AK bottom foregrip. I drilled, filed, sanded, and cut until I could get it all to fit up tight, snug and straight.
I plan to post pictures along the way in the construction of this custom marker. I will also post details in future posts.
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My end product is going to be a mix between these two Krinkovs and since I have a stock now I am going to figure out a low budget way of mounting it for fun. ( I have a very good idea for it I will share when I do it)
I also have an apex that I will make a suppressor shroud for and a Palmer stabilizer and LPK I will hide in a custom banana magazine.
I will post each step.
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Posted 10 February 2010 - 09:27 PM

View PostTommy Towne, on Feb 10 2010, 08:52 PM, said:

Oh sorry I left off details.
I bought a genuine Romanian AK47 furniture kit from http://www.redstick-firearms.com It was $25. it came with the bottom foregrip, top foregrip, stock and hand grip (I won't use the hand grip but I do plan to file down my egrip and paint it to look similar to the ak grip)
First thing was the front of the a-5 was too big to fit the bottom foregrip so I took a metal file to it and made the sides that hold the barrel in the front flush to the rest of the marker. then I cut the mp5 looking piece off of the bottom in the front because it extended too far but the little bit that sticks out is . (sorry I don't know accurate names) I will post close up pictures of the modifications I made.
Then I started on the AK bottom foregrip. I drilled, filed, sanded, and cut until I could get it all to fit up tight, snug and straight.
I plan to post pictures along the way in the construction of this custom marker. I will also post details in future posts.
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My end product is going to be a mix between these two Krinkovs and since I have a stock now I am going to figure out a low budget way of mounting it for fun. ( I have a very good idea for it I will share when I do it)
I also have an apex that I will make a suppressor shroud for and a Palmer stabilizer and LPK I will hide in a custom banana magazine.
I will post each step.


Sounds cool :rolleyes:
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Posted 13 February 2010 - 08:58 PM

I went to a metal store picked up some aluminum rod a and plate from their remnants tables. I spent 4.80 and have all of the hardware for my top and bottom forgrip plates, fake gas tube, and top and bottom rails.
Score!!
I will post some pictures as soon as I get them cut up and drilled.
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Posted 13 February 2010 - 09:34 PM

I did a similar thing with an A5 FAL project. Used real parts and fabricated the rest from metal scrap and pipes... they always turn out great, and yours looks to be a one of a kind job... I dont see too many Romanian Aks.
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Posted 13 February 2010 - 09:43 PM

can I see pictures of your project?
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Posted 13 February 2010 - 10:03 PM

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The handguard is a Tapco FAL, and the ported tube up top has a gas piston in it that you can see. Used a metal mop handle for the gas tube, and had it powder coated by a friend. Thestock is SO manufacture, but the mag is mil issue.
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Posted 16 February 2010 - 09:12 PM

Nice
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