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There are more pictures in my photobuck account.
http://s48.photobucket.com/albums/f239/russd32/Guns/

I've got a few guns FS. I'm in Illinois so local pickup would be awesome but if that can't be arranged I can ship the gun to a dealer at the buyer's expense. I don't know the particulars in shipping a gun but I'm sure we can figure it out.

The first one is my Romanian AK47 rifle. I put this gun together myself and I've put about 200 rounds through it and it fires great. I put this together with the correct amount of parts to make it US compliant but check your laws, especially CA. I started with an excellent parts kit, Nodak Spud NDS receiver, Tapco G2 FCG assembly, Tapco pistol Grip, and a US made suppressor. I refinished the wood and since I had an extra set of furniture I painted another set with wrinkle paint, then flat OD paint which will be included. I sprayed the gun with semi-gloss high heat gun paint and it's holding up very well. This is a great gun and the only thing that it would possibly need would be a semi-auto selector. The one in it is the original selector so it doesn't contact the trigger to act as a safety. 1 mag included. $375 OBO


same gun, other furniture set


The second gun is very similar to the gun above except it's a pistol and it's unfinished. I used the same parts kit as the above gun as well as the same reciever. Because this gun is built as a pistol is does not require the US compliant parts as rifle does. I've allready done all of the hard work on this one. I've cut the barrel down, chamfered the end of the barrel, fitted the receiver as well as a pistol rear trunnion from Cope's distributing. All that needs to be done before this can be shot is to buy a Tapco G2 FCG like the above gun has ($40 and they are easy to install if you use E-clips instead of the crappy shepards hook), and once it's test fired you'd want to pull out all of the screws and put some red loctite on them, then it'll need some sort of coating (there are many types available). I mag included. $250 OBO



Last is a Taurus PT-85t IIRC. It's a 2" revolver in .38 special. This gun is super lightweight because it's made out of titanium. I think it's around 16 oz. unloaded. It holds five rounds. The barrel is ported because it's so light so it doesn't kick like you'd think it would. It is anodized blue as you can see in the pictures. I've probably put around 300-400 rounds through it and it's surprisingly accurate for a 2" barrel. It's in new condition because it's been cleaned after every time out to the range. I think I paid $475 new but shoot me an offer. Maybe $375?

 

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Well, I can't buy any of these because I live in CA, but I wanted to comment on the AK that you're selling. I love those gray bits that you have on the full size AK. The foregrip and the stock. Absolutely sexy.
 

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Well thanks Brucie! :blushes:

At first glance those parts look synthetic. Actually one guy that shot it asked me where I got the synthetic parts and I said, "uh they are just wood, I painted them". The pictures make them look gray but it's really Olive Drab.
 

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Man, I cant even look at that AK pistol... I dont need any more guns... (I say that now as im ordering a Saiga)

GREAT price tho...
 
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