Posted On:10/12/2009 5:59pm
From what I understand, legally speaking, the part that is missing is the gun itself, everything else is just parts. Otherwise they impose a background check, even if it's a private sale! That sucks, but little do they know that I know how to use machine tools, and I can even weld.
So, the other two things are that I can't use all of the parts because they're foreign. That's dumb. Also, I can't make it a fully automatic weapon. That's even dumber. I think whoever wrote these rules should be used for target practice.
Anyway, barring all of that, I'm allowed to put it together. I'm not going to serial number it, but I am going to inscribe "property of the Twitcher, keep your mits off!!!111!"
...is THE PENETRATOR
Posted On:10/12/2009 9:08pm
Style: German longsword, .45 ACP
“nobody shoots anybody in the face unless you’re a hit man or a video gamer.” - Jack Thompson
Posted On:10/12/2009 9:14pm
Guy Who Pays the Bills and Gets the Death Threats Style: MMA (Retired)
Sounds like fun. Don't see too many people building AK pattern parts kits since the assembled rifle's usually cheap enough as it is.
Posted On:10/12/2009 9:57pm
I was thinking of getting an 80% receiver if I can find one, because I don't have a stamping press to make the whole thing.
Posted On:10/12/2009 11:08pm
Style: Ex-Tomiki Aikido
Maybe you guys can help me out here. My father-in-law has a Norinco MAK-90 Sportster. Basically an N-co copy of the '47. Took it out shooting one day and the whole trigger assembly came apart when the pins came dislodged. Turns out the pins weren't stock and were a skoosh on the small side. I ordered an AK-47 pin, but it didn't fit. There was far too much play once I put it through the receiver and trigger/hammer assemblies.
I don't know the first damned thing about smithing, but I should be able to figure this out. I just can't seem to find anywhere that sells the trigger/hammer pins for the MAK-90.
BJJ wins again!
Posted On:10/12/2009 11:46pm
AK receivers come in "flat" and "bent." They're exceedingly simple things. Check yourself, but I believe the flat ones are, like 80% AR recievers, not actually firearms for purposes of law. But a flat AK receiver stamping is a LOT fewer steps from completion than an 80% AR receiver.
Mind you, I don't build these things. This is just what I've picked up from helping friends. I have enough money sinks for now.
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